Compliance Week National | A Compliance Week Conference

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Save the Date for April 2025


The Annual Conference for Compliance and Risk Professionals


Gain insights and make connections at the industry’s premier cross-industry national compliance event offering knowledge-packed, accredited sessions and take-home advice from the most influential leaders in the compliance community. Back for it's 19th year, join 500+ compliance, ethics, legal, and audit professionals who gather to benchmark best practices and gain the latest tactics and strategies to enhance their compliance programs.

With the guidance of past attendees, speakers, and our esteemed steering committee, Compliance Week curates jam-packed content, networking, and bespoke idea exchange opportunities only offered at Compliance Week National 2024.


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Who Should Attend

Senior compliance and risk professionals across all industries with the following job titles:

  • Chief Compliance Officer
  • General Counsel & Deputy GC
  • Information Security Officer
  • Chief Audit Officer
  • Chief Risk Officer
  • Ethics Officer
  • Privacy Officer
  • Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer
  • D&I Officer
  • Head of Procurement
  • Legal, compliance, and risk leaders from companies around the world


Top Reasons to Attend

There is a reason attendees return year after year. Check out a few valuable takeaways from last year's program:

  • Learn from 80+ respected cross-industry practitioners who are CEOs, CCOs, regulators, federal officials, and academics to help inform and shape the strategic direction of your enterprise risk management program.
  • Stay prepared to meet overlapping demands from regulators, customers, and shareholders due to changing ESG requirements. 
  • Receive first-hand accounts from cross-sector organizations on how they adapted their compliance programs to work within the new environment, including what went wrong and how they corrected.
  • Gain best practices to convey the compliance department’s value to the board, executive team, cross-functional stakeholders, and employees.
  • Hear directly from regulators on the expectations for compliance professionals around enforcement areas and nuances to be aware of in the global operating environment.
  • Examine current trends, legislation, and ethical principles in AI and learn how your organization can implement a generative AI ethics oversight and compliance process