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SCCE’s Compliance & Ethics Institute (CEI) is our primary educational and networking event for compliance and ethics professionals across the globe. Leading industry professionals cover real‑world compliance issues, emerging trends, and practical applications.

Participants have the choice to attend on-site in Phoenix, AZ October 16-19  or virtually October 17-19.

Choose from a variety of sessions organized by knowledge levels: basic, intermediate, and advanced.

CEI’s educational sessions will provide you with the opportunity to earn live Compliance Certification Board (CCB)® continuing education units (CEUs).

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Conference subject areas include:

  • ESG: Environmental, Social, and Governance
  • Ethics
  • Case Studies
  • Compliance Risks
  • Compliance Lawyer
  • General Compliance/Hot Topics
  • International/Multi-National
  • Investigations
  • Data Privacy & Security
  • Professional Skills

Past attendees include:

  • Compliance and ethics professionals
  • In-house and outside counsel
  • Audit managers/officers
  • Consultants
  • Corporate executives and leaders
  • Risk managers
  • Human resource managers
  • Information officers
  • Privacy officers
  • Regulators and other government personnel

This year, SCCE is holding the Compliance & Ethics Institute in a mixed format that includes both in-person and virtual elements. You can also order recordings of all sessions: view the order form.

In-person
October 16-19, 2022
Phoenix Convention Center
  • Get four days of access to 92 educational sessions
  • Earn up to 26.4 live CCB CEUs
  • Take an optional CCB certification exam offered on the last day
  • Network face-to-face with attendees, speakers, and solution providers
  • Participate in a local volunteer project
  • Connect with other attendees through SpeedNetworking (Pre-registration required)
  • Network with peers and colleagues during our themed receptions on Sunday and Monday evenings
  • Get 60-day access to all session recordings post conference
Virtual
October 17-19, 2022 
  • Get three days of access to 38 educational sessions that are lived-streamed from the Phoenix Convention Center
  • Earn up to 19.2 live CCB CEUs
  • Get 60-day access to all session recordings from Oct. 17-19, post conference
  • Experience our robust virtual platform that allows you to engage during live sessions via chat, take notes, ask questions of the speakers, and network virtually with fellow attendees
  • Learn more about CCB’s remote proctored exam option

In-person 
October 16-19

On/Before 8/31/22

After 8/31/22

Member (Monday & Tuesday)

$1,199

$1,299

Non-Member (Monday & Tuesday)

$1,499

$1,599

Registration + First Time Membership*

$1,419

$1,519

Pre-Conference AM (Sunday AM)

FREE***

$179

Pre-Conference PM (Sunday PM)

FREE***

$179

Post-Conference (Wednesday)

FREE***

$179

Group Discount**
3 - 9

($100)

($100)

Group Discount** 10 or More

($150)

($150)

*Membership & Registration discount is only available for first time members who register for the event and membership at the same time.Dues renew at $325.
**See Group Discount in Terms and Conditions. 
***Free only with paid Monday & Tuesday conference registration

Virtual 
October 17-19

On/Before 8/31/22

After 8/31/22

Member (Monday - Wednesday)

$799

$899

Non-Member (Monday - Wednesday)

$1,099

$1,199

Registration + First Time Membership*

$1,019

$1,119

Group Discount** 3 - 9

($100)

($100)

Group Discount** 10 or More

($150)

($150)

*Membership & Registration discount is only available for first time members who register for the event and membership at the same time.Dues renew at $325.
**See Group Discount in Terms and Conditions. 
***Free only with paid Monday & Tuesday conference registration

If you are interested in exhibiting and/or sponsoring, please view the prospectus or contact Lori.dahmes@corporatecompliance.org.

Sessions Include: 

  • Risk Assessments in Compliance
  • Preparing for the Next Geopolitical Disruption From a Trade-Compliance Perspective
  • ESG Compliant Vendor Management Programs in Small to Mid-Size Companies
  • Compliance Contributions to Resilience During Crisis
  • Leadership in Compliance
  • Promote Consistency When Compliance Is Embedded in the Business
  • The Board, Culture, and the Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer
  • Leveraging Best Practices in Ethics & Compliance and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
  • Understanding and Adapting Your Compliance to Global Data Protection and Privacy Laws
  • Post Pandemic Workplace: Time for New Employer/Employee Dynamics
  • Investigation Based on Social Media Information and Associated Risks
  • Data Protection Laws, Internal Policies, and Incident Reporting Channels
  • Overcoming Communication Fatigue
  • ESG and the Future of Compliance
  • A Golden Gate to Bridging Compliance Risks
  • Managing Employee Complaints and Avoiding Retaliation as a Compliance Officer
  • Action Steps for E&C/Risk Professionals
  • A Comparative Analysis of Internal Investigations and Ethics Consultations
  • Rebranding Ethics & Compliance Using People-First Communications
  • 5 Risks That Brought Us Together and Brought Us Success
  • Maturing Your Program: The Role of External and Internal Assessments
  • A Risk-Based Approach to Compliance Hotline Cases
  • Effective Compliance Program Maintenance for the Solo Compliance Practitioner
  • Emerging Criminal Antitrust Enforcement
  • How Behavioral Economics Support Ethical Cultures
  • How to Conduct Independent Investigations on Foreign Operations
  • Risk: Cyber & Privacy in the New Normal of Digital Environment
  • Conducting Joint Investigations With External Business Partners
  • Current Developments in Compliance Programs Ethics Considerations for Compliance Officers and Attorneys
  • How the Great Resignation Impacts a Culture of Compliance
  • NSA’s Commitment to Compliance and Oversight
  • Due Diligence in Multi-National Transactions
  • Conducting Ethical Compliance Investigations
  • How Root Cause Analysis Can Turn Compliance Weak Spots Into Compliance Wins
  • Converging Risks of Crypto, Fintech's, Cyber and ESG Compliance
  • Journey Together to DEI Success With the Dynamic Duo - HR and Compliance
  • How To Sail Through a Difficult Conversation
  • Culture, Compliance and Communications
  • Compliance Issues in Corporate Reorganizations
  • Case Studies on sustainable culture change
  • Board Oversight of Compliance Programs
  • Managing the Ethics & Compliance Function in a Hybrid Environment
  • Social Media Risk
  • Wildly Successful International Compliance Champion Programs
  • Want To Be an Ethics Advocate in the Workplace?
  • Trends in Internal and External Reporting
  • Listen Up or Employees Will Not Speak Up
  • The DOJ’s Antitrust Compliance Program Guidance: Challenges and Opportunities
  • The Importance of Managing COI
  • Myths of Business Ethics
  • The New Model for Cross-Border Investigations in China (Case Study)
  • Diversity Programs
  • Unconscious Bias, Cognitive Errors, and the Compliance Professional
  • Supercharge Your Compliance and Ethics Program With Behavioral Science Techniques
  • What Is a Software Bill of Materials and Why Should Compliance Professionals Care?
  • How to Leverage Investigations To Build a Better E&C Program
  • Supercharging Collaboration Between Compliance, Privacy, and Internal Audit
  • Anatomy of a Compliance Investigation Gone Wrong: Harassment, Scandal & Axel Springer, Lessons
  • Order Out of Chaos: Use Your Values for Clear Vision & Action
  • Teach the World To Sing: What Advertising Can Teach Compliance About Changing Culture
  • Compliance Diligence in M&A: Inheriting Other People’s Problems
  • Bridging the Gap Between International Compliance Standards and US Standards
  • Designing Compliance Programs Which Are Based on Outcomes, Rather Than Process
  • How To Develop a Data-Driven and Effective Compliance Audit Program
  • Best Practices for Developing an Enterprise-Wide Approach to Data Security & Privacy Compliance
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