Peer-to-Peer Reservation


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  • Please note, Peer-to-Peers take place at the same time as breakout sessions on day 1. Descriptions for each session are below.

Peer-to-Peer Session | Managing Third Party Risk – Hosted by Steele
Third party risk remains one of the most significant challenges for compliance and ethics officers today. Increased reliance on third parties, increased regulations and an increase in repetitional risk as more consumer and regulators demand transparency exposes corporations to serious compliance risk. How is your organizations managing this risk effectively?  This peer-to-peer exchange will provide an opportunity for compliance, ethics and legal professionals to connect in a private setting to share their challenges and lessons learned in managing a third party risk program.  The discussion will be facilitated by an expert from STEELE.


Peer-to-Peer Session | Moving Beyond Flat Reported: How Dynamic Insights Arms Compliance and Ethics Leaders to Be Proactive – Hosted by Convercent
The role of the compliance and ethics executive is increasingly changing. With more resources, greater access and visibility to the CEO and Board, there is more impetus than ever before for C&E leaders and practitioners to demonstrate the positive correlation of bottom-line value with business performance.

While reporting provides data, tables, charts and trends, this information is flat and leaves C&E executives with little to act on. Convercent’s Insights module provides interactivity, flexible segmentation and rich data visualizations. This dynamic functionality enables C&E leaders and practitioners to easily spot patterns, identify correlations, determine causality, and ultimately, predict what may happen under similar future conditions or circumstances.

Join us for this highly interactive roundtable to hear—and share—how organizations bringing the C&E function to an entirely new level, utilizing company and external data, surfacing risky behaviors and conditions, and driving program performance and ROI forward.