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Charles E. Cabler


Role and Company

Vice President -Regulatory Lending Compliance and Risk Manager, Wells Fargo


43 years experience in general business


Florence, AL

About Charles E.

I retired as a banking Vice President after a forty-three year career in the financial services industry that included over thirty years in human resource management. While actively employed I worked as a Regulatory Lending Compliance and Risk Manager, and was considered a subject matter expert within the industry. I worked comfortably within all levels of an organization, and developed strong regulatory agency relationships. I am customer focused, detail oriented and solution driven. My strengths include an extensive regulatory knowledge, disciplined work ethic, organization loyalty, ability to develop and achieve goals, a strong responsibility-accountability philosophy, and inspiring employees to deliver maximum performance.
For seventeen years I conducted training seminars, workshops and schools for: the Alabama, Florida, Michigan and Mississippi State Banking Associations, the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank’s CCR training program, and the Chicago Federal Reserve Bank. I was a frequent speaker at the American Bankers Association and Banking Administrative Institute’s compliance seminars and Audit conferences.
Although retired, I remain active in writing and publishing three business genre books, and assisting people in job search and self improvement. I am a veteran, USAF 1962-1968, a member of the American Legion, and a supporter of the USO, AMVETS and VFW programs. LinkedIn Profile- Published books through

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one year ago

Any suggestions on how to negotiate for a raise?

Angela, I feel your pain. Been there, done that! In my situation, I wanted the bank position and accepted it...

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5 years ago

What details should you ensure you include in the cover letter?

Good morning Andrea. The cover letter should serve only as an "attention getter." As you know, the resume is the...

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How to best transition into first job in the business sector?

Good morning Lindsay. You have already received a lot of good advice, but I let me share a technique I...

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6 years ago

What is the Best Way to Let Your Network Know You are Looking for a Job?

Good morning Daniella. Many thanks for your service. As a USAF veteran, I can appreciate your question having 'been there-done...

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6 years ago

Could someone point me in the right direction for getting into financial services?

David, you have already received some great replies to your question. However, let me add my willingness to assist , should...

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