Compliance Week 2019 Call for Speakers
Held every year at the historic Mayflower Hotel in Washington D.C., Compliance Week's annual conference is a peer-to-peer event that spotlights compliance leaders and their programs. Our three-day conference will bring together compliance, risk, and audit executives from corporations around the world. The conference agenda will feature keynote panels and presentations, breakout sessions – including our unique small-room “conversation” sessions, and multiple networking opportunities such as our “industry breakfasts”.

We are looking for internal practitioners to share program best practices and lessons learned in ethics and compliance.

Sample topics include but not limited to:
• Internal investigations
• Building and testing internal control systems
• Whistleblower helplines, and how to encourage their use
• Privacy and cyber-security
• Financial reporting
• Cooperating with regulatory authorities
• Building ethics and compliance programs in emerging markets
• Working with boards or audit committees
• Supply chain management

Please note that speaker proposals submitted by service providers will be considered as part of a sponsorship opportunity. In addition to session participation, sponsors receive a variety of benefits, please contact Doug Juenemann for more information: Doug.Juenemann@complianceweek.com.

Compliance Week 2019 | May 20-22, 2019 | Washington D.C

For more information on the event, visit: http://events.complianceweek.com/cw19

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