22nd Annual Ethics & Compliance Conference in Atlanta Introduces Essentials of Ethics + Compliance (E2C) Track
According to the ECOA’s COO, Tim C. Mazur, “This year’s conference is an ideal opportunity for ethics, compliance, and business conduct professionals from around the world and across all industries to learn best practices from some of the most-experienced leaders in the field. This conference is unique in its peer-to-peer sharing model and welcoming atmosphere.”
The 22nd Annual Ethics & Compliance Conference also features thought-provoking keynote presentations, including Michael Woodford. On Friday, the former CEO of Olympus shares his extraordinary story of blowing the whistle on his own board of directors, complete with critical lessons about transparency and integrity. Multiple networking opportunities, continuing education credits, and a speed-sharing session are just a few additional highlights of this year’s conference.
Conference participants are invited to register for the E2C track or explore the numerous breakout session topics including: social media strategies, global ethics training, effective antitrust compliance programs, measuring the hard and soft aspects of your program, and much more. With dozens of sessions led by ethics and compliance internal practitioners, subject-matter experts, academicians, and business leaders, attendees will have the opportunity to discover current best practices in the field as well as share their own tips and successes.
Registration for the 22nd Annual Ethics & Compliance Conference (Atlanta, October 1-3, 2014) is currently open. Please visit www.theECOA.org for more information or contact Maria Sonin: Maria.Sonin@
About the ECOA
The Ethics & Compliance Officer Association is the global professional association for individuals responsible for their organization's ethics, compliance, and business conduct programs. The only organization of its kind, its members represent the largest group of ethics and compliance practitioners in the world. The ECOA is credited with formally "founding" the ethics and compliance field in 1991.