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Charles brings an impressive list of accomplishments and varying financial and investment services experience, spanning over 40 years, to Womack Wealth Management. 


  • Executive Vice President of Womack Wealth management (2012 - current)

  • Deputy State Investment Officer for the multi-billion New Mexico Permanent Fund (2 years)

  • Managing Director and Principal of NM Capital Management (Investment advisory firm with over one billion dollars in managed assets for clients) (14 years)

  • Senior VP and National Director for Separately Managed Accounts for The John Hancock Financial Services in Boston and NM Capital Management (7 years)

  • Regional Vice President for The Eaton Vance Corporation of Boston (6 years)

  • Institutional Stock and Bond Broker with UBS Financial Services and Merrill Lynch (16 years)

  • Equity and Fixed Income Portfolio Manager (25 years)


  • University of Texas El Paso, Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering

  • University of Texas and University of New Mexico graduate studies in Economics and Finance

  • Wharton Business School, Pennsylvania


Licensure and Certification:

  • Uniform Investment Adviser Law Examination (Series 65). The Series 65 Exam covers laws, regulations, ethics and topics such as retirement planning, portfolio management strategies and fiduciary responsibilities.  Successful completion of the Series 65 exam qualifies an investment professional to function as an Investment Adviser Representative in certain states.  The Series 65 qualification examination has 130 questions with three hours of testing time and is administered by FINRA

  • General Securities Principal (Series 24). Administered by FINRA, the Series 24 is required for any person who manages or supervises representatives in investment banking, training, solicitation, as well as the general conduct of business operations. The Series 24 exam is three and half hours long and has 150 test questions.


*Note: Some of the above Professional Experience positions held concurrently and may not be listed chronologically.

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