Heidi Miller is arguably the highest-profile woman in banking, so when she speaks, people take notice.

Take her keynote address at this year's NACHA Payments conference, where the chief executive officer of JPMorgan Chase & Co. Treasury and Securities Services outlined "dangers" - not just challenges or roadblocks - facing the automated clearing house network. Miller used her pulpit to protest the high-risk, high-dollar transactions going through the network, and to urge limits on the much-anticipated same-day ACH capabilities coming into play next year. The talk "didn't pull any punches" on burgeoning problems, wrote Glenbrook Partners consultant Erin McCune in a company blog posting.

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