In contract management, review means critically analyzing the information present in a contract. This information when migrated into a CLM can actually cause a lot of trouble if not properly vetted or clarified. Most of the software solutions run on predefined algorithms and at times fail to recognize errors which might have occurred a) at […]

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It is essential to abstract all the critical elements in contracts if you want to be able to reliably search through required information on a computer. You expect to have all the information, not just some because it’s about accuracy and completeness. You can’t afford to miss even one critical element, as that can be […]

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In our previous blog, we discussed the importance of analyzing contract from a legal perspective. Now let’s discuss what are the major types of clauses an analyst comes across while analyzing a contract: Standard clauses – As discussed in the previous blog, it is the boilerplate provision that occurs frequently. They are generally consistent clauses. […]

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Contracts come in an endless variety of forms and complexity. Some contracts are dozens of pages long and comprehensible only to those with specialized skills, therefore they are critical. Each and every contract can be different and usually is, therefore capturing information hidden in these contracts is not that straightforward. Clauses can be expressed differently […]

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Effective access and use of data have changed the way companies are operating their business in this highly competitive and challenging environment. This ever-increasing amount of dynamic data is becoming too much for human processing and analysis. There is so much data being produced that without the help of an automated system this scattered information […]

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On September 01, 2017 the Federal Reserve Board (FBR) and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) finalized the amended rules for qualified financial contracts (QFC) of global systematically important banking organizations (GSIBs) and the US operations of non-US GSIBs. The new amendment concentrates on qualified financial contracts of covered entities, which includes: • Swaps and […]

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Legacy data is the data from your legacy or your older contracts. These are contracts that have been executed prior today. They may be current and still relevant or may not be (expired). it is important to track legacy data for following reasons: Information- much knowledge in the old contracts. This is lost if it […]

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