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[December 17, 2012]

Registration Opens for Compliance Week 2013

BOSTON, MA, Dec 17, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Registration is open for Compliance Week 2013, Compliance Week's 8th annual conference and the most prestigious event designed for senior compliance, risk and audit executives at global corporations.

Compliance Week 2013 offers deep, informative sessions, case studies, and analysis that equip attendees with actionable insights they can employ immediately.

Compliance Week 2013 (Twitter: #CW2013), which will run May 20 - May 22 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C., features content-rich keynote sessions, lively concurrent panel discussions and presentations, along with small-room "Conversation" sessions, networking opportunities and more. Topics include ethics, internal control, compliance programs, IT risks, privacy, financial reporting, international regulations, investigations, audit committees and more.

Additional conference highlights include an international track to focus on compliance risks in specific countries, as well as strategic networking with peers, colleagues and government officials to exchange insights and real-world lessons learned that prepare attendees to handle compliance and regulatory changes that occur throughout the year.

According to Matt Kelly, editor-in-chief of Compliance Week, "Our annual conference is the must-attend event for the compliance community because of the level of our speakers and attendees. Our program is designed to address key issues that attendees need to know, as well as to drive thought leadership on compliance and the trends that senior compliance officers must address." Registration pricing is as follows: -- Early bird through 1/31/13: $1,545 for Compliance Week subscribers; $1,745 for non-subscribers; -- 2/1 - 3/31/13: $1,645 for subscribers; $1,845 for non-subscribers; -- 4/1/13 onward: $1,745 for subscribers and $1,995 for non-subscribers; -- Discounts for group registrations are also available.

For more information or to register, please visit http://www.complianceweek.com/compliance-weeks-8th-annual-conference/eproduct/12/6545/.

About Compliance Week Compliance Week, published by Haymarket Media, Inc., is an information service on corporate governance, risk and compliance that features weekly electronic newsletters, a monthly print magazine, proprietary databases, industry-leading events, and a variety of interactive features and forums. Follow Compliance Week on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

Media contact: Margaret Bonilla Birnbach Communications Phone: (603) 548-0693 Email: mbonilla@birnbachcom.com SOURCE: Compliance Week mailto:mbonilla@birnbachcom.com

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