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Regulatory Supervision of Third Party Service Providers

June 26, 2017

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Robert Klingler

Regulatory Supervision of Third Party Service Providers

June 26, 2017

by: Robert Klingler

the-bank-accountWith Jonathan and I attending the Georgia Bankers Association’s 125th Annual Meeting, Bryan Cave colleagues Ken Achenbach and Sean Christy broke into our podcasting studio to record an episode of The Bank Account looking at vendor negotiations through a regulatory lens.

The FDIC’s Office of Inspector General’s Report on Technology Service Provider Contracts provides another source of regulatory guidance that needs to be considered while negotiating vendor contracts.  Ken and Sean look at the evolving state and federal framework of regulatory oversight of service providers, and how banks should adopt to this framework in contract negotiations.

You can follow Sean on Twitter at @SeanChristy.  Ken doesn’t need Twitter; he’s already following you.

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The Strategic Approach to Vendor Negotiations

March 17, 2017

Authors

Robert Klingler

The Strategic Approach to Vendor Negotiations

March 17, 2017

by: Robert Klingler

the-bank-accountOn March 17, 2017, Jonathan and I sat down with Bryan Cave Partner Sean Christy in the latest episode of The Bank Account for a discussion of the FDIC’s Office of Inspector General’s Report on Technology Service Provider Contracts.  Before diving into the OIG report, Jonathan and I briefly discuss the potential impact on deposits with regard to the Federal Reserve’s latest increase in rates, the OCC’s draft supplement for fintech bank charters (and related BankBryanCave.com blog post), and the change in Federal Reserve policy lessening the examination of certain smaller bank mergers.

Sean is a partner in our Strategic Sourcing group, and has significant experience representing bank and other financial services providers in the negotiation of the their

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