Managing Your Core Vendor Contracts & Relationships
Many banks have signed contracts without a careful review. This session will look at key issues to watch for and opportunities for reducing expenses and controlling costs. These skills can be expanded to other third party contracts.
Your contract for services with your primary banking software provider defines a very important third party relationship with your bank. Issues of exposure, liability, service levels, and yes, cost, are all in play.
Many banks have signed contracts with dozens of pages, without a careful review. In some instances, the bank’s attorney has been asked to review and comment on the contract, but absent specific software expertise, such a review, is cursory at best.
This session will guide CFOs, COOs, and others with responsibility for negotiating such contracts, through a list of key contract points that should be addressed. This session is not a legal review but an operational one of the implications of committing to selected aspects of the contract.
- Key contract terms and conditions
- Use of ancillary and third party solutions
- General vendor management guidelines
- New regulatory concerns and oversight
- Opportunities for improving pricing and service availability
Participants will leave with insight into how to evaluate contract terms and areas to ask the bank’s attorney to look into in further. These skills can be extended to other third party contracts, further enhancing the benefits. Today’s focus on reducing expenses and controlling costs makes this session especially timely.
Senior management, CFOs, controllers, IT auditors, risk managers, IT and operations staff.
Trent Fleming – A 30-year industry veteran, Trent Fleming serves as a trusted adviser to financial institutions on matters of technology and strategy. He has worked with banks on matters as diverse as strategic planning, business continuity, employee education and training, and operational efficiency. Fleming’s presentations on technology, management and strategy consistently get the highest marks from his audiences, one reason he is invited back over and over again to speak.
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Member price: $275.00 | Non member price $550.00
Member price: $295.00 | Non member price $560.00
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