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Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics


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Date: May 4 2011

WHO: Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics

WHAT: Compliance and Business Conduct Academy

WHEN: 16-19 May 2011

WHERE: Rocco Forte Hotel Amigo, Brussels, Belgium

WHY: Some of the world’s top minds in the compliance field will present at this academy.

Registration is now open for the Compliance Academy, a four-day intensive training course designed for participants with a basic knowledge of compliance concepts.† The Academy covers specific subject matter in depth and is a great preparation course for those seeking to understand compliance and business conduct management, as well as the Certification in Compliance & Ethics (CCEP) exam.† The course provides participants with the requisite career experience with sufficient education credits to sit for the exam.

Speakers include:
Karen Moore, Philip Morris International, Lausanne, Switzerland.
Joseph Murphy, Compliance Systems Legal Group, New Jersey, USA.
Marjorie Doyle, Marjorie Doyle and Associates LLC, Pennsylvania, USA.
David Morris, the Boeing Co., Worcester, United Kingdom.
Sally March, independent consultant, United Kingdom..

The Compliance Academy prepares candidates for a myriad of positions in the compliance field, which applies to an enormous range of organizations – from business to civil society to government. Earning the CCEP certification can be useful in advancing the holder’s profession and demonstrating expertise within their organizations.

Topics covered include “conflicts of interests,” “auditing and monitoring,” “anti-corruption and bribery,” and “data protection and privacy.” Participants learn about a field where you can truly do well and do good at the same time.

The Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics is dedicated to improving the quality of corporate governance, compliance and ethics. SCCE’s roles include facilitating the development and maintenance of compliance programs; providing a forum for understanding the complicated compliance environment; and offering tools, resources and educational opportunities for those involved with compliance.

For information: http://www.corporatecompliance.org


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