No. Disclosure of commercial support to your learners cannot include the corporate logos of commercial supporters that are ACCME-defined commercial interests.
With respect to the corporate logos of your exhibitors, if they are ACCME-defined commercial interests, and since the syllabus you describe includes educational materials, the logos cannot be included even on the last page, per Standard 4.3 of the ACCME Standards for Commercial SupportSM: Standards to Ensure Independence in CME Activities.
Logos of commercial supporters and exhibitors could be included in non-CME materials per Standard 4.4, which states that “print or electronic information distributed about the non-CME elements of a CME activity that are not directly related to the transfer of education to the learner, such as schedules and content descriptions, may include product-promotion material or product-specific advertisement.”
For more information, see Accreditation Council for CME Prohibits Commercial Interest Logos in Disclosure of Commercial Support.