Obtaining CPE for Editorial Roundtable attendance
Compliance Week editorial roundtables are designed to foster the sharing of ideas with a small group of compliance and risk leaders. The forums are constructed so the attendees can compare and contrast their efforts, and contribute recommendations and insights based on their experiences. Participants walk away with shared knowledge and strategy for managing current issues in corporate policy.
At these forums, participants will:
- Understand the latest legal and regulatory obligations facing corporate compliance & audit departments today;
- Exchange ideas about, and learn of, the latest strategies and tactics to address those obligations;
- Review the expectations of senior management, regulators, external auditors, and other parties for effective compliance programs.
Refunds and Cancellation Policies:
Editorial roundtables are free to attend. Cancellations should be sent to Liz Koch ahead of the forum start. For more information regarding complaint and/or program policies, please contact our offices at (888) 519-9200.
Registration is free of charge and available by invitation-only to both subscribers and non-subscribers of Compliance Week.
Prerequisites: Participants must be currently in the occupation of fields related to compliance, risk, audit, privacy, and finance. Participants must also be a recipient of an invitation to an upcoming executive forum.
Who Should Attend?
Chief Compliance, Risk & Ethics Officers
Privacy VPs and Directors
Chief Audit Executives
Controllers & Chief Accounting Officers
Forum participants can earn up to 2 CPE credits in Business Management & Organization, Behavioral Ethics, Personal Development, and Social Environment of Business fields of study.
Advanced Preparation: Participants will receive a kicker question he/she should be prepared to answer at the forum
Program Level: Update
Delivery Method: Group-Live
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