CW2019 annual conference video

Below you will find video from 30 of the informative keynote and panel sessions from the 14th annual Compliance Week annual conference, which took place in May 2019 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C. Below the six featured keynote videos in the player directly below, subscribers can watch an additional 24 sessions, organized into one of six topics. Enjoy! (Oh, and don't forget to register early for the 2020 annual conference!)

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Goodwill impairments more than doubled in 2018, says recent study


Goodwill impairment recorded by U.S. public companies is on the rise. According to Duff & Phelps’ 2019 U.S. Goodwill Impairment study, it climbed 125 percent in 2018.


Federal banking regs ease hemp reporting requirements


New interagency guidance issued this week brings good news for compliance officers of banking institutions with hemp-related customers.


FTC settles with four over alleged EU-U.S. Privacy Shield deception


Four companies have reached settlements with the Federal Trade Commission for allegedly misrepresenting their participation in the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield framework.


Bill to combat robocalls passes House vote


A popular bill intended to crack down on illegal robocalls passed a House vote Wednesday with an overwhelming majority and might soon make its way to President Trump’s desk for final approval.


Guide for practitioners: How to effectively monitor anti-corruption compliance

2019-12-05T19:28:00+00:00By Vera H. Powell and Alice Hsieh

In a guest column for CW, Uber’s senior counsel for global compliance helps to outline a best-in-class compliance monitoring program.

Roger Wicker

Republicans, Democrats spar over federal privacy bill


Republicans and Democrats have differing opinions on the rights and role of a federal privacy law, but both sides agreed at a Senate Commerce Committee hearing Wednesday the time to act is now.


Former Bumble Bee CEO convicted in price-fixing scheme


The former president and CEO of packaged seafood company Bumble Bee was convicted for his participation in an antitrust conspiracy to fix prices of canned tuna, the Justice Department announced.


Technology at center of Clayton-moderated discussion at SEC


“Message received,” SEC Chairman Jay Clayton said as panelists at his discussion on global macroeconomic trends emphasized how technology is affecting markets and why regulators must lead rather than follow.