Dispatches From SCCE 2018

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 and discussions raised at the conference. Until then, as always, here are some dispatches from social media so you can catch up on what you may have missed.

The conference began Sunday night with the annual tailgate welcome reception, where everyone is supposed to wear the jersey of their favorite teams. Alas, my Mud Hens jersey was at the dry cleaners.



A scene from the Monday morning keynote session. I dare you to bust out these moves next time you meet with the Justice Department.


I’m going to start doing this too.


Ouch. An effective way to make a point, although I suspect most senior compliance officers do have passports.


Practical tips here.


I always say artificial intelligence is the compliance officer’s friend. There is too much risk to manage and not enough natural intelligence to manage it any more.


Esta correcto.


We should close every SCCE conference with these parting words from Roy Snell. We close this post with them, too.


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