WASHINGTON, October 23, 2012 – Chartwell Compliance today announced that Noah Payton, MBA, CAMS, has joined the company as Director of Internal Operations, Performance Management and Risk Management. Mr. Payton’s responsibilities include implementing and managing enterprise knowledge management methodologies, human resources, operational and information technology programs, and financial administration.
Mr. Payton has a background in financial risk investigations, agent velocity management, and the design, implementation and iterative improvement of enterprise financial risk management plans. His prior experience includes management of the Risk and AML functions of PreCash Corporation, a provider of walk-in payment, bill pay processing, mobile payments and prepaid solutions. In this role, Mr. Payton reviewed and monitored funds flows through PreCash and provided services to assist customers with prepaid access compliance responsibilities. He has also developed his compliance expertise as an AML Analyst at Umpqua Bank and in Quality Assurance at Semperian, Inc., a Subsidiary of GMAC Financial Services.
Mr. Payton is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) and received a Master’s Degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting and Finance and with a 4.0 grade point average from American Intercontinental University, as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Oregon.
“Noah Payton’s combination of experience in both banking and money services businesses is unique, and his background in business risk management and compliance, will help Chartwell to perform efficiently and effectively for our customers while being an attractive organization for which to work,” said Chartwell Compliance President, Daniel Weiss.
About Chartwell Compliance
Headquartered in Washington, DC, Chartwell provides consulting, audit, training and outsourcing services in the areas of regulatory compliance, financial crimes and enterprise risk management. Chartwell provides practical services that enable clients to lower costs, maintain revenue and manage risks. Its clients include banks and non-bank financial services providers seeking to survive and thrive in the midst of the great regulatory upheaval and during a time of profound innovation in the delivery methods for financial services.