Top 10 Reasons to Attend Ascendant’s San Diego Conference

AML. DOL. Big Data. Election 2016.

The list of rulemaking changes, technology advancements and possible policy shifts is enough to send you hiding for cover under your desk. Educating yourself is your best option for assisting your firm with the continually evolving regulatory landscape.

Ascendant’s fall Compliance Conference will be held at the Loews Coronado Bay, San Diego, September 26-28, 2016, offering the latest expert insight on key compliance topics, including common risks, best practices, and solutions ─ along with other key regulatory initiatives, exam priorities and critical focus subjects. Watch the video below for some of the top reasons to join us in San Diego. For registration information, click here.

 


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