Chief Compliance Officer Executive Roundtable
*Attendance is limited to qualified applicants only.
John E. Smith
Office of Foreign Assets Control
U.S. Department of the Treasury
Senior Vice President, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer
Bettye J. Hill
Vice President, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer
Vice President & Deputy General Counsel Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer Office of the General Counsel
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Dr. Kurt Michels
Group Chief Compliance Officer
Chief Compliance and Risk Officer
American Express Global Business Travel
James A. Garrett
Chief Risk and Compliance Officer and Leader, Global Risk & Integrity
John J. Sardar
Chief Compliance Officer
Last year, Chief Compliance Officers from a myriad of industries came together for ACI’s inaugural “Chief Compliance Officer Executive Roundtable.” Designed as a series of interactive, candid discussions on highly complex issues and the evolving CCO role, participants benefitted from a meaningful opportunity to exchange “war stories” and best practices.
Based on tremendous feedback from the inaugural Roundtable, the 2nd Chief Compliance Officer Executive Roundtable will take place once again on Day 1 of the conference-November 28, 2017. This unique boardroom-style forum will provide exclusive networking and benchmarking on pressing global compliance challenges and the CCO function. The agenda will be fully updated toward ensuring a worthwhile experience for new and returning participants.
*Attendance is exclusively for qualified applicants with the “Chief Compliance Officer” title (or who hold similar titles with the same scope and level of job responsibilities).
**In order to ensure a smaller-group setting, attendance will be limited. We urge all interested parties to submit their inquiry before the event fills to capacity.
Faculty members will discuss new business and economic trends impacting companies doing business globally.
This session will also address how economic trends have affected corporate strategy, and where the CCO role fits into a company’s overall plan for growth.
Learn about successes and learned learned for embedding global regulatory requirements into your processes and procedures. Benefit from firsthand insights and concrete examples of pitfalls to avoid at the implementation stage.
This session will address how to communicate with and secure the buy-in of your Audit Committee and Board of Directors.
Highly respected CCOs will also share their insights and ideas on how you can demonstrate your value, including your role as a strategic thinker that can influence the upper echelons of a company. Topics will include:
- Best practices for becoming a strategic and valued part of a company
- Utilizing metrics to demonstrate your value
- Restructuring your compliance department for maximum value: Shifting the “cost center” paradigm
- how companies are structuring their respective compliance departments
- optimizing cost-efficiency
- Best practices for leading a remote or dispersed compliance department
Speakers and participants will have an opportunity to discuss highly complicated, stressful issues affecting their jobs each day. From training and managing employees worldwide to operating during a government investigation, no question is off the table.
- Dovetailing the compliance, legal, IT and business functions to minimize cyber risks
- Assessing third party cyber security and the associated risks
- What to do in the event of a suspected breach
- Breach response: How to work across departments to manage the legal, PR and other aspects
- Concrete examples of successes and horror stories
- How CCOs are now identifying and measuring new, emerging corruption and other key risk factors
- Assessing and weighting risk factors
- Updating risk management practices as the global economic, legal and compliance landscapes evolve
- When your “gut” leads you to doubt what’s on paper
This practical breakout discussion will address the role of the CCO in assessing both compliance and business risks (and opportunities) facing their respective organizations. Participants will take away best practices for aligning their know-how and business sense toward achieving true strategic planning that will impress senior management.
The U.S. Department of Justice’s “Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs” indicates that an effective compliance program should include incentives. During this session, speakers and participants will discuss the latest approaches to implementing this key component of a global program.
The session will also discuss how to overcome the real-life obstacles to sustaining a strong compliance culture for the short-and long terms.
- Defining compliance responsibilities within your organization
- Developing a sustainable strategy to prevent a repeat scenario
- How to know if your message is being heard and followed
- Addressing specific cultural nuances when localizing your training
- Overcoming training “fatigue”
- How to strengthen your culture of compliance in the field
Welcome Cocktail Reception & Pre-Registration for Main Conference