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Guidance for Managing Third-Party Risk

Guidance for Managing Third-Party Risk. Chicago Region Regulatory Conference Call December 8, 2010. Teresa Sabanty, Assistant Regional Director, Compliance FIL-44-2008, Guidance for Managing Third-Party Risk PowerPoint E-mail: chiconferencecall@fdic.gov

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Guidance for Managing Third-Party Risk

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  1. Guidance for Managing Third-Party Risk Chicago Region Regulatory Conference Call December 8, 2010

  2. Teresa Sabanty, Assistant Regional Director, Compliance FIL-44-2008, Guidance for Managing Third-Party Risk PowerPoint E-mail: chiconferencecall@fdic.gov Presenters – Senior Compliance Examiners: - Ruben Baez - Christopher Lombardo Introduction 2

  3. Agenda • Background. • Potential Risks Arising from Third-Party Relationships. • Risk Management Process. • FDIC Supervision of Third-Party Relationships. • Questions. • Closing Remarks. 3

  4. Third-Party Relationships Defined. Third-Party Uses. Third-Party Risk Management Process. Background 4

  5. Strategic. Reputation. Operational. Transaction. Credit. Compliance. Other. Potential Risks Arising From Third-Party Relationships 5

  6. Managing Third-Party Risks Four Elements of Managing Risk • Risk Assessment. • Due Diligence. • Contract Structuring. • Oversight. 6

  7. RiskAssessment • Strategic Fit. • Cost/Benefit: • Dollars and Risk/Reward. • Management Capability. • Long-Term vs. Short-Term. 7

  8. DueDiligence Third-Party Evaluation Criteria: • Financial Condition. • Experience. • Business Reputation. • Strategies and Goals. • Complaints, Regulatory Actions, or Litigation. • Ability to perform using current systems. 8

  9. DueDiligence Third-Party Evaluation Criteria (continued): • Use of Subcontractors. • Scope of Controls, Privacy Protections, and Audit Coverage. • Business Continuity Plans. • Knowledge of Consumer Protection Laws and Regulations. • Management Information Systems. • Insurance Coverage. 9

  10. ContractStructuring&Review • Scope. • Cost/Compensation. • Performance Standards. • Reports. • Audit. • Confidentiality & Security. 10

  11. Contract Structuring & Review • Customer Complaints. • Business Resumption & Contingency Plans. • Default & Termination. • Ownership and License. • Indemnification. • Limits on Liability. 11

  12. Board and Management are Responsible. Monitoring. Reporting to the Board. Oversight 12

  13. Evaluation of overall effectiveness of the program or arrangement. Continuing consistency with the bank’s strategic goals. Compliance with laws and regulations. Review of testing interactions with customers. Review of complaint resolutions. Review of audits and corrective action. Licensing or registrations. Financial condition. Changes, including key individuals. Meeting to discuss performance or operational issues. Oversight - Monitoring 13

  14. FDIC FIL 49-1999 Primary Federal Regulator Notification Third Party Relationships Involving: Bank Service Company Act • Check or deposit item processing. • Core processing. • Preparation and mailing of checks, statements, or notices. • Any other clerical, bookkeeping, accounting, statistical, or similar functions. 14

  15. Board and Management Responsibility. Examination Procedures. Report of Examination Treatment. Corrective Actions. FDIC Supervision of Banks’Third-Party Relationships 15

  16. Questions & Answers 16

  17. FIL-44-2008 Guidance for Managing Third-Party Risk FIL-105-2007 Revised IT Officer’s Questionnaire FIL-52-2006 Foreign-Based Third-Party Service Providers FIL-27-2005 Guidance on Response Programs FIL-121-2004 Computer Software Due Diligence FIL-23-2002 Country Risk Management FIL-68-2001 501(b) Examination Guidance FIL-50-2001 Bank Technology Bulletin: Technology Outsourcing Information Documents FIL-22-2001 Security Standards for Customer Information FIL-81-2000 Risk Management of Technology Outsourcing FIL-49-1999 Bank Service Company Act FFIEC IT Handbooks Outsourcing Technology Services Supervision of Technology Service Providers www.fdic.gov References 17

  18. For any questions related to the material presented in this Regulatory Conference Call, you may contact via email: Ruben Baez or Christopher Lombardo at chiconferencecall@FDIC.gov Contacts 18

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