Chartwell Compliance’s Daniel Weiss will be moderating a panel on October 6, 2013 at the Money2020 conference entitled “The Art of Exam Prep: Handing Regulatory Exams – banking exams, CFPB exams, state money transmitter exams.”
Few regulatory processes carry greater repercussions than a regulatory examination. Poor exam results can have significant consequences – including financial penalties and loss of licenses. Attendees will learn:
Panelists will include Anthony Rodriguez, CAMS, CPA, the Global Compliance Officer of Associated Foreign Exchange Inc. (AFEX); Steven Kaplan, the Financial Services Area Practice Leader for K&L Gates; and a to-be-determined government speaker.
Money2020 brings together 3,000 attendees, including over 200 CEOs, from more than 1,200 companies and is the largest gathering of innovators in Emerging Payments & Financial Services industries globally. The conference explores the macro trends that form the common thread in payments and financial services innovation, such as the mobile Internet, open platforms and consumer empowerment.
On September 25, 2013 at the Money Transmitter Regulators Association annual conference, Chartwell Compliance’s Daniel Weiss and Trish Lagodzinski will join Ariana Wood, Licensing Supervisor for Washington State’s Department of Financial Institutions, for a panel session, chaired by the Texas Deputy Superintendent of Banking, Stephanie Newberg, entitled “Acquiring and Managing a Multi-State Money Transmitter License Portfolio for New and Prospective Licensees”.
Subjects for the panel include the following:
MTRA is a national non-profit organization dedicated to the efficient and effective regulation of money transmission industry in the United States of America. The MTRA membership consists of state regulatory authorities in charge of regulating money transmitters and sellers of traveler’s checks, money orders, drafts and other monetary instruments.