Third Party Management and Supplier Relationships in Financial Services

(120 Ratings)

Produced on: November 16, 2016

Course Format On Demand Audio

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Course Description

Time 90 minutes
Difficulty Intermediate

Whether you are selling into financial institutions or representing their procurement departments in buying services, you must hurdle a complex array of regulatory guidance to close your deals quickly. The Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve (FRB) maintains wide ranging guidance on managing service provider risks effectively. The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) provides guidance as well focusing on the importance of properly risk assessing all third party relationships.

Attorneys interested in representing clients in financial institution procurement and co-marketing arrangements need to understand these issues to properly engage with key stakeholders involved. This course addresses the FRB and OCC requirements in detail.

Join Jason Mark Anderman for a discussion of these issues. Mr. Anderman is Vice President and Senior Counsel at the American Express General Counsel’s Organization, and has spoken widely on third party regulatory requirements to a many different audiences across the procurement and revenue-focused arenas. 

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Gain an understanding of the bank regulatory environment impacting third party relationships
  2. Develop familiarity with the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council guidance
  3. Learn the key service provider risks that the FRB recommends financial institutions assess
  4. Know the additional risks the OCC guidance emphasizes as well
  5. Understand how sophisticated procurement departments think about different types of third party relationships across the enterprise


Jason Mark Anderman

American Express Company

Jason Mark Anderman is Vice President and Senior Counsel in the American Express General Counsel's Organization supporting Information Security and Global Business Services. He focuses on financial services regulatory issues for information security and third party relationships, while leading enterprise procurement and real estate legal services. He also provides thought leadership for knowledge management and legal technology resources supporting the organization on a global basis.

Jason previously founded, where he created a document assembly application to automatically create contracts via a simple question and answer interface online. Prior to that, he also was in-house counsel at Becton, Dickinson and Company, supporting procurement and diagnostics business units. Jason also spent several years at the law firms Paul Hastings LLP and Goodwin Procter LLP. Jason is an adjunct professor at Seton Hall University School of Law and serves on the advisory board of NJ LEEP, a nonprofit focused on channeling at-risk youth into legal careers. Jason graduated from Duke University School of Law where he was also awarded an M.A. in Cultural Anthropology. He received his B.A. from Washington University.


Josephine K.

Great presentation and appreciated the source materials.

Renee F.

this guy was awesome. He knows his stuff and was a great speaker who moved along and kept my attention.

Tom D.

Great overview.


Speaker did a good job integrating legal info with solid business relationship tips to help internal counsel support their internal clients

Carlyn C.

Excellent presentation - great guidance with substantive recommendations.

Jeanne L.

Jason was great! His enthusiasm made the course material very interesting. Much appreciated!

Robert N.

This is one of the best CLE programs I have ever taken.

Sean O.

Very informative.

Daniel R.

Wonderful real-world advice!

Brice Y.

One of the best primers out there.

Jennifer L.

Great job!

Linda E.

Very good.

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