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Why You Should Attend
Compliance and ethics programs are critically important to the success of any organization. Effective programs allow organizations to identify and mitigate legal risks. With an increasingly tough enforcement environment, and greater demands for transparency and accountability, 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, PLI’s program will give you the tools you need to improve your organization’s compliance program. We will review 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, can help you improve your program, increase employee awareness and decrease legal risk. Compliance and Ethics Essentials 2022 is highly interactive and includes case studies, practical tools and real-time benchmarking.
What You Will Learn
- Designing and conducting effective compliance risk assessments that enhance your program
- Structuring your program for appropriate independence and authority
- The evolving role of the board
- ESG and your compliance program
- Using data analytics to improve your program
- Encouraging reporting and investigating allegations of wrongdoing
- Best practices in compliance codes, communications, training and tools
- Ethics for compliance professionals
Who Should Attend
If you are involved in any aspect of corporate compliance and ethics as in-house counsel, a compliance and ethics officer, human resources executive, outside counsel, or risk management consultant, this event should be on your annual calendar.
Special Feature: Special luncheon presentation with guest speaker
Program Level: Overview
Prerequisites: Participants should have some understanding of corporate compliance, internal investigation protocols, or government regulation of corporate conduct generally
Intended Audience: Compliance and business ethics officers, in-house counsel, human resources executives, corporate risk manager, outside counsel and compliance consultants
Advanced Prep: None