Dispatches from SCCE 2021

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Well, it happened: the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics has hosted its first in-person conference in two years, with more than 600 people schmoozing, learning, and awkwardly leaning in for hugs at the Aria Hotel in Las Vegas. Hundreds more compliance professionals watched the SCCE conference virtually from the comfort of their own homes,…

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SCCE 2021 Speakers Announced

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At long last, the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics has announced the agenda and speakers for its upcoming national conference in September. Anyone who wants to see who will be on stage and who didn’t make the cut, now you can. You can find the complete agenda and speaker lineup on the conference website,…

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It’s On: SCCE Conference in Vegas

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The Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics will hold its SCCE 2021 conference in person in Las Vegas this September, returning to live events for the first time since the pandemic began 14 months ago. SCCE president Gerry Zack announced the news Wednesday morning in an email message to SCCE members: I am excited to…

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New Guidance From COSO, SCCE 

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COSO and the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics released guidance today about how to integrate corporate ethics and compliance concerns into a company’s larger risk management program, complete with a list of best practices for compliance programs mapped to COSO’s enterprise risk management framework. It’s a useful document for people who like to think…

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SCCE Conference Going Virtual

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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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Report on Compliance Functions and Covid

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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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Dispatches From SCCE 2019

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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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Review: The Accidental Compliance Professional

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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Dispatches From SCCE Europe Event

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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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Dispatches From SCCE 2018

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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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