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 discussion of corporate culture. Try to read the material on the projection screen so you can pick up some wisdom for free.
— Lizza Catalano (@confplannerscce) March 28, 2018
Not sure of the context here, but the statement is true.
— Anna Kompanek (@AnnaKompanek) March 27, 2018
One speaker was NASA astronaut Garrett Reisman. You can always depend on an astronaut to give a fascinating talk about that profession’s commitment to discipline is a model for your own.
— Sally Afonso (@complyblog) March 27, 2018
A busy day for those worried about investigations in France.
— Lyubo Modev (@lyubomodev) March 27, 2018
Incoming SCCE boss Gerry Zak makes an observation that also reminds me of some corporations I know…
A little unnerving that my 30th floor hotel room in Frankfurt includes an artist’s rendering of what appears to be a towering inferno. Otherwise, enjoying #SCCEecei tremendously. pic.twitter.com/wuDwvBFRPd
— Gerry Zack (@Gerry_Zack) March 26, 2018
This statement speaks for itself. Alarming, but totally believable.
— Jonathan Armstrong (@armstrongjp) March 26, 2018
— Adam Turteltaub (@AdamTurteltaub) March 25, 2018
And compliance does not happen in hotel conference rooms alone. We close with an exterior shot.
— Jonathan Armstrong (@armstrongjp) March 24, 2018
Sounds like SCCE had another great event, and we wish all attendees taking the CCEP-I exam good luck. You can see more tweets, photos, and other posts by searching #SCCEecei online.