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    NBC plans sitcom featuring Jon Cryer as compliance officer


    A new sitcom picked up by NBC for the next broadcast season will feature Jon Cryer of “Two and a Half Men” fame as Jim, a “sarcastic but good natured compliance officer who has little conflict in his life and lots of warmth and laughter.”

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    Julie DiMauro to join CW as Director of Compliance Programs & Training


    Julie DiMauro will join Compliance Week as Director of Compliance Programs & Training. She will play a leading role in planning all live and virtual CW events in addition to developing online training and compliance education programs.

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    What you can expect from our new Website


    Thursday marks an important milestone for Compliance Week, a culmination of months of planning and building the customized digital platform our subscribers deserve.

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    Barbara Boehler joins Compliance Week as Director of Programming


    Compliance Week on Monday announced the hiring of Barbara Boehler as its new Director of Programming. She will play a leading role in planning all live CW events in addition to developing in-depth reports, surveys, and Webinars.

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    Note from the editor: About our new newsletter


    Our new Compliance Week News e-mail newsletter features the same great content with a fresh look, a clean, easily scannable layout, and a smart categorization of stories.

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    Note from the editor: As compliance evolves, so does CW


    Compliance Week’s new editor in chief outlines an audience-focused strategy to best serve subscribers in a changing compliance environment.

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    The Big Lesson From Compliance Week Europe


    Image: The Compliance Week Europe conference last week was a smashing success—a large turnout, of compliance professionals from across Europe (and beyond), who had vigorous discussions on all manner of topics, capped with great Belgian beer. Still, Compliance Week editor Matt Kelly writes, the most important lesson from our Europe ...

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    After 12 Years, Moving on From Compliance Week


    Image: Matt Kelly has been in the news business in one form or another since he was 11, so to deliver a strong lead: He is stepping down as editor and publisher of Compliance Week at the end of the year. This week, he shares a few thoughts on the ...

  • Blog

    More Compliance Shop Talk Coming Soon


    Compliance and audit executives looking to kick back with your peers and debate the finer points of enterprise risk management, rest easy—Compliance Week is holding another of our executive roundtables soon, this time in Orlando on Sept. 15, on that very point. If you would like to attend, e-mail Editor ...

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    De-Apptivating Our Way Into the Future


    An update for anyone who might still be using the Compliance Week app, first unveiled to the world in late 2013: we have decommissioned our app, in favor of our responsive-design website.If you want to read Compliance Week through your tablet, smart-phone, or any other mobile device, just save our ...

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    Parting Thoughts From CW 2015


    Image: The Compliance Week 2015 conference is now part of history. We had more than 560 compliance and audit professionals join us in Washington last week for three days to discuss all things ethics, compliance, audit, and risk management. Inside, editor Matt Kelly shares his thoughts on the most relevant ...

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    Pre-Gaming the Compliance Week 2015 Conference


    Image: The Compliance Week 2015 conference started Monday, and as usual there were more than 500 compliance officers, audit executives, regulators, and other leading thinkers talking shop on all things ethics & compliance. Check our website frequently for updates. Meanwhile, here are Editor Matt Kelly’s personal picks for the most ...

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    Compliance Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow


    Image: Planning for the Compliance Week 2015 conference is well underway. We’re particularly excited for next year’s event because it will be our 10th anniversary, and hitting that 10-year milestone has put us in a reflective mood here. So as Compliance Week puts together the agenda, we’ve been asking ourselves: ...

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    Take the Compliance Trends 2015 Survey


    Image: Corporate compliance executives, we need your help: Please take our annual Compliance Trends survey, to give us the latest insights on corporate compliance programs today. The data you provide will be analyzed and then reported in the Compliance Trends 2015 report, the annual benchmarking study Compliance Week publishes with ...

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    Digging Into the Data


    Two truths about corporate compliance: no single solution exists for all businesses, and everyone wants to know what everyone else is doing. Compliance Week now has a way to address both those points—our new Data Research Division, where we listen to your company’s specific needs for data about audit, compliance, ...

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    Early Agenda Announced for Compliance Week 2015


    Image: Title: KellyGood news for compliance, audit, and risk executives looking to have a good time next year: We’ve announced the first few sessions on the agenda for the Compliance Week 2015 conference! Antitrust compliance, risk analytics, GRC technology implementation, training programs, the CCO's role in discipline—we will have all ...

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    Talking Effectiveness: Upcoming Compliance Week Roundtable


    Good news for compliance officers wondering whether their program really helps the company to achieve better outcomes: Our next Compliance Week executive roundtable, happening in Washington D.C. next month, will explore how you measure program effectiveness. If you’re a compliance officer who will be in the Washington area on Dec. ...

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    Getting In-Depth on Compliance


    Image: In its full glory, corporate compliance is a complex subject. Compliance Week does its best to provide subscribers with timely, concise looks at news in this field to help you understand how you can build and manage a better compliance program, but let’s be honest—sometimes you need an even ...