Helane Morrison has the position of Chief Compliance Officer at Hall Capital Partners. Located in San Francisco this is one of the biggest advisory firms. Helane is also on the company’s Executive Committee. I think she has accomplished a lot in her career. So many people lost all of their trust in the industry of finance because of the crash in 2008 and started taking care of their own finances. Hall has impressed me by using integrity, accountability and compliance to rescue these individuals.
I agree with the consensus that Helane is hardworking and creates an amazing impression. Every investment made on behalf of her clients is both ethical and solid. She has surrounded herself with a team who makes certain that every firm they use has been fully investigated and will take proper care of her clients money. If an anomaly is even suspected disciplinary action including criminal charges is pursued. I admire her ethics.
Prior to becoming a part of Capitol in 2007, Helane was the head of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in San Francisco. Her work from 1999 until 2007 was in securities enforcement, regulatory compliance and matters of litigation. She was a representative of the SEC regarding business relations, legal issues and government agencies. She dealt with all of the cases involving fraud perpetrated by top executives working for companies like Hewlett-Packard, HBO, Google and NextCard Inc. When she was responsible for exposing deceptive sales regarding fake securities to more than 50,000 individuals in the military I was highly impressed.
Helane Morrison is considered an American businesswoman. She is also a lawyer and has integrity. She was born in New York, in Brooklyn. She attended the Northwestern University where she earned her bachelors degree in journalism. She was the chief editor while attending Berkeley and in 1984 she earned her Juris Doctor. The California State Bar accepted Helane in 1987.
I believe she has a right to be incredibly proud of a distinguished career. Her career actually started in 1984 when she was a law clerk for the United States Court of Appeals. She also served the United States Supreme Court. She joined a law firm out of San Francisco in 1986 and became a partner in 1991. She stayed with the firm until 1996.