Reduce Risk. Build Trust. Deliver Value.

  • Protect your dealership.

The mission of the Association of Dealership Compliance Officers is to reduce business risk for the dealer, protect the dealer’s bottom line and enhance the reputation of the dealership within the community. This is completed by training the dealership‘s compliance professionals and providing additional educational opportunities and resources to build and maintain an effective dealership compliance and ethics program.

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ADCO's goal is to elevate the compliance officer profession by defining a path to implement and manage a dealer-wide risk management program that is effective, adaptable, and sustainable. Making the compliance officer a stronger agent of change for a culture of ethics and compliance within the industry.

Linda Robertson
Founder & Executive Director

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As a go-to and trusted resource for all your regulatory compliance and best practices needs, ADCO provides members with real benefits that help them achieve job and career objectives. From CMS guidance and leadership skills, to vetting providers and disseminating information for the thousands of regulations impacting dealership operations.

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Compliance Seminar

October 20-22, 2020


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