Helane Morrison is San Francisco-based attorney who has had a successful practice. She is currently employed by the Hall Capital Partners and serves as a chief compliance officer. Hall is a regarded as a leading advisory organization in San Francisco. Morrison is also one of the firm’s executive committee members. The company believes that most Americans do not trust in the financial industry since the economy collapsed in 2008. Most people prefer dealing with their finances by themselves. Hall has been striving to liberate the public from fraudulent situations by ensuring that there is accountability, fulfillment of regulatory requirements, and integrity in all financial dealings.
Morrison can be described as a competent, brilliant, diligent, and confident lady who is highly trusted in the compliance sector. She believes that all investment transactions that are made by Hall are firm and decent. The specialists who work for the company are devoted ensuring competence and honesty in financial advisors, mutual fund advisors, and brokerage companies that handle its client’s money. Hall’s enforcement experts implement correction actions, disciplinary measures, and file lawsuits when they uncover fraudulent undertakings.
Helane worked for various organizations before joining Hall Capital Partners in 2007. She was an employee of the Securities and Exchange Commission for more than two decades. From 1999 to 2007, Morrison served as the San Francisco District Office’s chief. Her responsibilities at the commission included dealing with lawsuits, implementing securities, and regulatory compliance. As the regional director, she supervised activities in North California and all the Northwest states. She was also a representative of the organization in business deals, financial groups, government institutions, and legal matters. Helane addresses many cases of fraud in the large enterprises, and they include Hewlett-Packard, Google, HBO, and NextCard Inc. She also unearthed various deceitful sales of the American Amicable, which had sold securities to more the 50,000 soldiers.
From 1986 to 1996, Morrison was an employee of the Howard, Rice, Nemerovski, Canady, Falk & Rabkin. The firm made her a partner in 1991. Her responsibilities at the law company included offering legal services to private securities, corporate lawsuits, in-house, SEC issues, and in-house company investigations. Harry A. Blackmun and Hon. Richard Posner hired her to serve as their law clerk.
Morrison is also a speaker, and she offers guidance on legal matters that deal with investment advisories and compliance. She also sits on the boards of the Regional Parks Foundation and American Bar Association. The attorney holds degrees in journalism and law from the Northwestern University and the University of California respectively.