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Chartwell is a Finalist in the 2018 Moxie Award!

June 24, 2018 | by admin | Uncategorized

Chartwell Compliance is pleased to have been named a finalist in the 2018 Moxie Award. We want to congratulate our team for enabling us to be recognized among the boldest and most innovative organizations in the D.C. metro community. Finalists were recently announced by Sarah Cody, the 2018 Moxie Award executive chairwoman. “We received an Read more

New York Joins List of NMLS States

July 16, 2017 | by admin | Uncategorized

The most recent in a long list of states to make use of the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System and Registry (NMLS), as of July 1, 2017, the New York Department of Financial Services (DFS) has begun managing new applications and transitioning existing licensees from non-depository financial institutions doing business in New York through NMLS.  With Read more

Chartwell Compliance to Sponsor Money20/20 Europe and Las Vegas

June 20, 2017 | by admin | Uncategorized

Chartwell Compliance’s Daniel Weiss and Richard Davis will be attending the second annual Money20/20 Europe conference in Copenhagen from 26-28 June as well as the fifth annual Money20/20 conference in Las Vegas from October 22-25. Chartwell will be sponsoring both events for the second year in a row in Europe and fourth year in a Read more

Chartwell Winner of the 2017 DC Future 50 Award!

November 29, 2016 | by admin | Uncategorized

The Future 50 Awards program is the largest and most anticipated SmartCEO awards program of the year. This program recognizes 50 of the region’s fastest growing, mid-sized companies. These companies represent the future of the region’s economy and embody the entrepreneurial spirit critical for leadership and success. Read more

Why Financial Institutions Need to Invest in AML Training

November 22, 2016 | by admin | Uncategorized

Financial institutions face a growing number of threats from criminals and groups that seek to misuse the U.S. financial system. Drug dealers seek to launder illicit profits, terrorists try to use the financial system to fund future attacks, and cyber criminals look for ways to hack into bank accounts to steal money or private customer Read more