The financial industry faced a dark cloud in 2008 when the economy collapsed. This caused panic and people lost trust in the financial industry. To this end, they decided to be independent with their finances. However, there was light at the end of the tunnel. Hall Capital Partners came in to rescue the public by implementing regulatory compliance, accountability and integrity in all dealings. Ranking among the largest advisory companies in San Francisco, Hall Capital Partners is headed by Helane Morrison, who is also the chief compliance officer and a member of the principled executive committee.
I believe that most people know Morrison because of her remarkable contributions in matters of compliance through hard work and determination. Morrison’s team of experts enforced laws that saw every brokerage company, mutual fund or financial advisor chosen by a firm undergo proper vetting in order to win client’s trust with their money. These staff jumps into actions once they suspect an anomaly and can institute criminal charges on an individual.
Ms. Morrison is a member of board in Regional Parks Foundation and the Hedge Fund subcommittee of the American Bar Association. The compliance expert is a periodic speaker on compliance matters and legal issues emerging from investment advisories. This information was originally reported on Hackronym.
Between 1999 and 2007, Morrison headed of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). She was based at the San Francisco Office. When serving as the regional director, Morrison was responsible for business litigation, regulatory compliance and implementing securities in Northern California as well as 5 Northwest States.
At SEC, the respected lawyer dealt with fraud cases involving top managerial firms like Hewett-Packard, NextCard Inc, Google and HBO. Her other remarkable move in her career at SEC was when she exposed the insurance company American Amicable.
Helane Morrison pursued her bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the esteemed Northwestern University based in Illinois. She furthered her studies at the University Of California Berkeley School Of Law. Helane served as a law clerk to Harry A. Blackmun and the U.S.’s Court of Appeal judge, Hon. Richard Posner. She then went into private practice.
From 1986 to 1996, she practiced law at Howard, Canady, Falk, Rice, Nemerovski, and Rabkin. I believe that her work ethics and accomplishments contributed to her being promoted to be a partner of the firm in 1991. In this position, Morison focused on business litigation, internal corporate investigations, SEC matters and private securities defense. This information was originally mentioned on Hall Capital’s website.