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Compliance and ethics programs are not only critical to the success of an organization—an effective program could be key to that organization’s survival in today’s tough enforcement environment. With steady demands for transparency and accountability reaching across industry sectors, organizations must work hard to prevent issues—or failing that—to find issues before they become disasters. An effective compliance program is no longer just “nice-to-have.” It’s essential.
Whether you are new to the area or a seasoned compliance professional, C&E Essentials will give you the tools you need to improve your organization’s compliance program. We will dig deep into the principal elements of compliance programs and discuss best practices and recent developments for each. Our distinguished faculty, drawn from major corporations, academia, law firms and the government, will help you improve your program and decrease legal risk. Compliance and Ethics Essentials 2023 is highly interactive and includes case studies, practical tools and real-time benchmarking.
What You Will Learn
After completing this program, participants will be able to:
- Understand government standards and expectations
- Know best practices of an effective compliance program
- Bolster relationships among compliance, legal, and executive officers
- Assess liability risks
- Implement an organizational code of conduct
- Mitigate risks of fraudulent conduct
- Facilitate use of effective helplines
- Utilize data analytics to assess program effectiveness
- Incorporate ESG principles into the compliance framework
- Apply rules of legal ethics to compliance-related practices
Special Feature: Enjoy a prepared luncheon with special remarks on Department of Justice standards and expectations for organizational compliance and ethics.
Program Level: Overview
Prerequisites: Participants should have some understanding of corporate compliance, internal investigation protocols, or government regulation of corporate conduct generally.
Advanced Prep: None