Ascendant Compliance Solutions Strategies Spring 2019 Conference

Loews Miami Beach Resort

Ascendant and Compliance Solutions Strategies conferences, held in prime locations around the United States, provide a forum for peer networking and the exchange of ideas and experiences in relaxed settings.

In-depth interaction among conference attendees facilitates peer-learning, with guidance and instruction from our panelists and experts. Speakers typically include current and former SEC and FINRA officials, top lawyers and leading CCOs. Focusing on industry trends, recent changes, and day-to-day issues, they offer guidance and tangible solutions that participants can take away for immediate implementation. Conference CLE credits may be accepted by jurisdictions that recognize this approved-provider status.

Our conferences help compliance professionals understand the implications of new and evolving regulations and technologies, explore innovative ways to look at foundational compliance topics, and deconstruct developing rules and initiatives. From the impact of new regulatory initiatives to effective utilization of compliance tools to managing people, processes and technology, join us to learn the latest on developing powerful compliance programs.

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