The Society for Corporate Compliance and Ethics’ annual Compliance and Ethics Institute (CEI) is the primary educational and networking event for compliance professionals across all industries around the world. Each year, more than 1,600 attendees from 40 countries come out to meet with industry leaders to cover real world compliance issues, emerging trends, and practical applications. Presenters include Michael Horowitz, Inspector General of the US Department of Justice, Andy Hinton, VP of Global Ethics and Compliance for Google, and Kurt Michels, CCO of Volkswagen Group, among many others.
The CEI is structured around providing attendees with a valuable tool kit to address today’s ever-evolving landscape of compliance and ethics through educational seminars and panel discussions, while getting them in touch with some of the best products and services available.
We are especially excited about the breakaway session Embracing Digital Transformation in Ethics & Compliance, where Kristi Kevern, Senior Director of Ethics and Compliance for Dell Technologies, will be outlining the importance of prioritizing new, digital resources in order to drive greater productivity, develop a more dynamic ability to identify risk, and target just-in-time information and controls.
The Institute will be hosting a tailgate reception on Sunday night, so don’t forget to pack your favorite team jersey! It will be a fun opportunity to meet colleagues and solution providers while bonding with your fellow fan friends. ContractWorks will be at the tailgate and at booth #123 in the exhibit hall where Katie will be giving out free gear and information on better contract management practices.
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