Compliance Breakfast: How we do compliance

December 19, 2019, Slamic Café

This year’s last event, Compliance Breakfast, will be held on Thursday, December 19, in Slamic Café, Kersnikova Street 1, Ljubljana, between 9am and 10.30am. On this occasion, we will discuss examples of good practices for managing compliance programs in our country. We will also make an intersection of the general situation and discuss the Institute’s bold plans for 2020.

For this purpose, we will also send a short questionnaire in the coming week, with which we will try for the first time in this way, to determine the intersection of business compliance practices in our country. We kindly invite members of the professional community and other interested professionals to take part in this pilot study so the results could tell us as much as possible. The results of this questionnaire will be presented at the upcoming Compliance Breakfast. In addition to the results of the questionnaire, some colleagues will present their good practices in specific areas of compliance management. We will inform you of this time’s speakers.

We will start at 9.00am and finish at 10.30am. As usual, we expect you with breakfast and coffee from 8.30am onwards.

Prior applications are required to our e-mail with the subject: “Application to CB LJ 12/19”.

Participation is free of charge for EISEP members and for non-members is 45 EUR + VAT.


Compliance, technology and global risks

6-7 November 2019, Bled – Slovenia

This year’s central topic was formed around how do technology and artificial intelligence influence compliance and ethical aspects of business operations, and what impact this has on a compliance and risk management profession. It was also about major global risks, their effects on compliance and risk management and the role of technology in global risks development. However, in order for us to understand and master technology for the benefit of people, businesses and the Planet, we must first talk about humanity, our strengths and weaknesses, which can either manage or trigger variety of risks and compliance issues.

More about BCEC 2019:

With the final workshop and exam for the ICA Advanced Certificate and Business Compliance, we completed the program for this international certificate, awarded by our partner the International Compliance Association in cooperation with the University of Manchester.

We organized the program of this training for the territory of Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia. At the closing workshop from 29 to 31 May in Ankaran, two other guests from Kazakhstan joined as well. On May 30, a parallel meeting was held with the participants of the same program of last year, who already proudly carry the Adv.Cert (Buss.Com) and AICA professional designation. We got together in the Circle of Trust, together with participants of this year’s ICA Advanced Certificate in Anti Money Laundering program. You can view  impressions of the atmosphere near the sea, in this international and generally diverse group in the following video.