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Mike Scher on the only gathering of its kind: The FCPA Blog NYC Conference 2016

What do I love about the FCPA Blog NYC Conference 2016? It’s big and broad just like the FCPA Blog itself. It has the energy of the blog’s global readers.

The FCPA Blog is the community meeting place for the global compliance profession.

The conference is going for the Big Picture. Sometimes we need to stop and take account. We need to see where we are.

Why is the compliance profession the way it is, why is it suddenly changing so dramatically, and how we can influence where it’s going?

This conference, run by the FCPA Blog, is a unique opportunity to dive into these questions and begin conversations that should change how compliance and business interact and what the public thinks of compliance professionals.

It’s the only compliance gathering of its kind and not to be missed. 

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Michael Scher is a senior editor of the FCPA Blog. He has over three decades of experience as a senior compliance officer and attorney for international transactions. He can be contacted here.

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The FCPA Blog NYC Conference 2016

Date:          October 26, 2016

Time:         8:30-17:00

Location: Convene Conference Center
                   237 Park Ave
                  New York, NY 10017

 

 

 

 

 

As part of our goal and vision to broaden and challenge our thinking, we will award scholarships to up to eight attendees to cover their registration fees, with a travel and accommodation allowance.

Scholarship awards will be based on need and a proven interest in the topic. Applicants will submit short essays and bios. Likely scholarship recipients include students, journalists, public-sector professionals, and others.

Apply for a scholarship here.

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