April 29, 2020

Special Compliance Coffee Break - Impact of a Pandemic on Third-Party Relationship Management

April 29 from 3:00 - 3:30 pm ET

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Presenters: Catharine Andricos and Trisha Cacciola

As creditors increasingly rely on a remote workforce to continue doing business during the pandemic, so do their service providers and other third-party partners. This situation creates security and oversight challenges, and also has the potential to negatively impact service level standards. We explore these challenges and what expectations are reasonable for creditors to have in light of third-party contractual commitments.

Please Note: This online program has not been pre-approved for CLE credit. A certificate of attendance will be available upon request for self-submission. Please email to request a certificate of attendance. Your state Bar may not accept self-submissions or may limit the number of hours allowed.

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