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Contract Review and Negotiation

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Lay the foundation for a strong relationship with your critical vendors by securing a mutually advantageous contract.

CliftonLarsonAllen’s unique solutions offer a full range of support and strategic guidance for your vendor contract reviews and negotiations.

What’s on your mind?

  • Reducing your financial institution’s operational expenses
  • Adequately handling critical contracts coming up for renewal
  • Going through a significant strategic change such as a merger or acquisition
  • Adding or consolidating several products or services
  • Considering an alternative system/vendor relationship
  • Forgoing business opportunities due to costly de-conversion/termination fees
  • Contract termination or recourse arrangements with vendors who are not meeting service expectations
  • Increasing concern with vendor compliance, security, and risk

A unique approach

Reviewing and negotiating vendor contracts can be a challenging and time-consuming task. Reaching an agreement that benefits both parties can provide a solid foundation for a long-lasting vendor relationship.

We work with you to put together a custom designed engagement scaled to fit the needs of your financial institution. We offer you flexibility in choosing our level of involvement, and then tailor our fees accordingly.

You will derive value from our industry knowledge, experience, and understanding of your regulatory environment. Our consultants will work on your behalf to help secure strong terms, agreements, service expectations and favorable rates.

Contract review and negotiation services

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