Update on Compliance Week events in 2021: Please see our schedule (below) for the first half of the year; all events will be conducted virtually. Beyond June, we will depend on guidance from federal and local officials, with the safety of our attendees, speakers, and business partners our first priority. For sponsorship inquiries, please contact Doug Juenemann. For delegate inquiries, contact Donna O’Neill. For all other inquiries, please reach out to our Events Team.
March 30-31 | Virtual
This two-day financial crimes event considers brand-new regulatory and legal mandates; examines lessons learned from enforcement actions; and airs industry perspectives on the latest developments in the financial crime space, including money laundering, bribery, sanctions violations, and market manipulation. Other topic areas include ongoing regulatory reform efforts, fraud trends and operational challenges related to COVID-19, developments in financial technology to help businesses with monitoring and reporting obligations, program benchmarking against industry peers, anti-bribery & corruption, and more.
April 28-29 | Virtual
Led by Michael Johnson, CEO of Clear Law Institute and former U.S. Department of Justice lawyer, this seminar will delve into best practices for workplace investigations, including how to apply scientifically validated methods to interview witnesses and assess credibility.
May 11-13 | Virtual
The annual gathering has been recognized as the premier peer-to-peer compliance event to spotlight compliance leaders and their programs. Designed to help senior compliance executives build and manage their compliance and risk programs more effectively, the 800 to 1,000 attendees—corporate compliance, legal, audit and risk executives—share best practices to mitigate and build value within their company. Our sessions are highly interactive, with Q&As, break-out panels, and practitioner-only workshops. It is the event for corporate compliance, legal, audit, and risk officers at global public companies.
June 29-30 | Virtual
The seventh iteration of this popular event will explore issues such as how to design and implement a third-party risk management program; how much you should expect to spend on safeguarding third-party practices; how to evaluate vendors and assess risk levels; and how to avoid common pitfalls in areas like bribery, misrepresentations in financials, and more.
2020 event recap
The coronavirus pandemic significantly altered the business landscape, requiring Compliance Week to overhaul the way in which it conducts events. With just two months to prepare, we adjusted our National Conference in May to be conducted fully online, and we followed the event with a successful virtual summit on third-party risk management in September and our annual European conference in November (video recap below).
Starting on March 15, 2021, the ICA’s leadership program is designed to enhance the strategic skills of senior managers and those aspiring to hold the highest compliance positions within their organization. Attend this course to develop new ideas, explore innovative best practices, and gain a global perspective on future developments. Grow your professional network of like-minded, senior professionals and become automatically eligible for Fellowship of the International Compliance Association.
The CCRS course equips students with the knowledge, skills, and confidence they require in order to protect the digital assets of their organization and support the efforts of or lead the implementation of a cyber risk framework.