SCCE

Surprising precisely nobody, the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics confirmed on Tuesday that its 2020 annual conference will go virtual — a long-expected, disappointing, and totally appropriate move.  SCCE sent word via email to scheduled conference speakers Tuesday evening, including to me, which is how I heard the news. The conference website also already…

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covid

A survey of more than 300 compliance officers finds that roughly half of you have been exclusively working from home since the Covid-19 crisis started four months ago — and while that transition hasn’t been as bad as you’d feared, concerns about compliance failures and budget cuts are rising swiftly. So says a report from…

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SCCE

Nearly 1,900 compliance professionals have descended on National Harbor in Maryland this week for the Society of Corporate Compliance Ethics’ 2019 conference. It’s all that you’d expect, with jam-packed panel discussions, interesting keynote speeches, and lots of token gifts from compliance vendors of all stripes.  I’ll try to write up some summary posts in days…

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Roy Snell, long-time director of the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics who retired last year, has published a book, The Accidental Compliance Professional — one part compendium of advice for fellow compliance officers, one part love-letter to the profession, and all of it bundled with the folksy, friendly tone Snell has been using for…

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conferences

The Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics is holding its annual European conference this week in Berlin. Alas, Radical Compliance could not be there in person, so we’ve been scrounging social media to see what others have been saying about the event. Below are a few names, faces, photos, and dispatches from Germany.   So,…

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scce

As noted in our last post, the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics is hosting its annual conference in Las Vegas this week. This time yours truly is on scene, along with more than 1,700 corporate ethics and compliance professionals. I’ll have other in-depth posts later this week and next about some of the issues…

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Roy Snell

It was a landmark moment for the corporate compliance community: Roy Snell, co-founder and longtime chief executive of the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics, bid his farewell from SCCE Monday at the group’s annual conference in Las Vegas. Snell announced his retirement 16 months ago, and his successor Gerry Zack has already been learning…

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The Healthcare Compliance Association is meeting in Las Vegas this week for its annual conference, where more than 3,200 compliance professionals have gathered to talk shop and score free swag from vendors. Radical Compliance could not attend in person, so as usual, we’ve gathered a few tweets and photos from the event to see what’s…

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compliance

The Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics held its annual European conference earlier this week in Frankfurt. Alas, Radical Compliance could not be there in person, so we’ve been scrounging social media to see what others have been saying about the event. Below are a few names, faces, photos, and dispatches from Germany.   A…

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CCO compensation

The Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics has published a new report on the budget and staffing levels for compliance departments at various types of organizations. All you compliance officers looking to score more money from the board, take note. The report only offers benchmarking data so you can see the average budget and staff…

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