Helane L. Morrison is the current Managing Director, General Counsel, and Chief Compliance Officer and a member the Executive Committee at Hall Capital Partners LLC. She has worked at Hall since 2007. He is among the most successful women in the American business industry. She has worked in various powerful executive positions previously such as the head of the San Francisco Office of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission also known as SEC from 1999 to 2007, before moving to Hall. She also worked as Regional Director and earlier as District Administrator for Northern California and five Northwest States for the organization. Her duties included securities enforcement, litigation, and regulatory matters.
Between 1996 and 1999, Helane Morrison served as the head of enforcement for the San Francisco SEC office and her duties involved representing the firm before legal, business, and financial communities, other government agencies and news media. From 1986 to 1996, Helene Morrison was a practicing lawyer at Howard, Rice, Nemerovski, Canady, Falk & Rabkin, a San Francisco law firm where she became a partner in 1991. Her law career focused on business litigation and defense of private securities actions and SEC matters. Academically, Helane Morrison attended Northwestern University for her B.S in Journalism. She later earned a J.D. from the School of Law at University of California at Berkeley, where she also worked as the Editor-In-Chief of the California Law Review.
She has taken it upon herself to police the corporate industry that has been soiled by corruption and try to rectify the situation. She has managed to expose hundreds of corrupt brokers and helped in the revolutionizing the financial sector. She has become more determined, powerful and exceedingly influential, in the recent past in her thirty years career dedicated to fighting corruption.
Helane Morrison played a big role in exposing the bad economical practices and numerous corruption practices that lead to the global economic crisis began in August of 2007. During this crisis financial institutions crumbled and banks turned to the government for bailouts. There was also widespread unemployment, and a lot of individual investors lost their investments. This economic spin in America was caused by fraud, falsified records and a bevy of underhanded dealings and amount of corruption that Helene Morrison brought to light.