“Experience the Difference” at SCCE’s 17th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute, October 21-24, 2018, Las Vegas

More than 1,800 compliance professionals are expected to gather in Las Vegas, October 21-24, 2018 for the 17th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute, Hosted by the Society for Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE).

This year’s Compliance & Ethics Institute includes several new features, including:

Two new learning tracks – Professional Skills, which focuses on the soft skills that are necessary for a successful compliance program, and Advanced Compliance, which dives deeper into topics pertinent to compliance professionals with more than 10 years of experience.

BrainDates – An exciting way to network, with one-on-one and small group conversations with fellow compliance professionals. Topics will vary depending on what participants wish to share with one another.

First-time attendee breakfast – Provides a welcome and introduction to the conference for those who have not attended before.

New awards format – The 14th Annual International Compliance & Ethics Awards will be presented at the start of various keynote address sessions throughout the conference.

Attendees will also be able to enjoy these returning favorites: a pre-conference volunteer project, opening tailgate reception, morning yoga, professional headshots, and a silent auction.

Additionally, the SCCE is honored to present the following keynote addresses from respected compliance experts:

Next Level Leadership, presented by Scott Eblin, Author of The Next Level and Overworked and Overwhelmed

Can Compliance Save Sports, presented by Ty Francis MBE, Chief Global Business Development Officer at The ICSS

Artificial Intelligence: A Day in Your Life in Compliance & Ethics, presented by Amber Mac, TV/Radio Host, Internet of Things Expert, AmberMac Media

Sexual Harassment and the Role of the Compliance Program, presented by Jenny O’Brien, Chief Compliance Officer, UnitedHealthcare (moderator); Rebecca Walker, Partner, Kaplan & Walker LLP; and Paul Fiorelli, Professor of Legal Studies and Director, Cintas Institute for Business Ethics, Xavier University



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