Helane Morrison is the current Managing Director, General Counsel, and the Chief Compliance Officer of Hall Capital Partners since year 2007. She also participates in the organization’s executive committee. Born 46 years ago Ms. Morrison has been always to succeed throughout her life. She studied in the Northwestern University and awarded a Bachelor’s of Science in Journalism and later attained a J.D from University of California at Berkeley school of law.
Helane was the head of U.S securities and exchange commission in San Francisco office for several years. She got various promotions from District Commissioner to the Regional Director. She practiced law for ten years in San Francisco, Rice, Nemerovski, Canady, Falk and Rabkin. Her priorities were focused on business litigation and defense of private securities actions and the SEC matters. Helane has portrayed and has maintained a high standard integrity and reputation in and out of her work.
She is a perfectionist in her unique way of doing what she loves. Since her earlier days in school as the Editor-in-Chief of the California Law Reviews, services provisions in the government. Ms. Morrison has worked tirelessly to the serve her community to the she can, defending brokers, clients and brokerage firms from the SEC. She is on the vision to install and restore the glory of her firm through spearing on following the rules and mentoring people acquire the norms of integrity and values.
The global economic crisis and the collapse of banks, stocks and financial institutions in 2007-2008 exposed the mess and unethical conduct businesses. People have for a long time lost their faith with very many financial organizations, and the big question remains unanswered, will the next government end the crisis?
Morrison on board, her bravery, sharp mind, assertiveness and strong values, I strongly believe that quality and the face of the country financial sector will be changing to the very best. People’s faith in all range of finance organization will be restored and no queries on trust issues than ever before.