Helane is the Chief Compliance Officer at Hall Capital Partners LLC, a big advisory firm in San Francisco. Besides that, she is a member of the Executive Committee. The company’s customer bases expanded significantly after 2008 when people’s faith in the financial sector dwindled. People initially only relied on Hall for managing their finances. However, the company began to delve into enforcing accountability due to a pressing demand for the service.
How Morrison Works
Helane is a firm and hardworking woman. She has had a huge impact in the area of compliance. She insists that all investments that Hall makes on behalf of its clients be ethical. The company ensures that all the brokerage firms, the advisors that are part of any deal undergo a thorough investigation. When the staff that Helane works with detects any anomaly, they take corrective measures that may include pressing charges.
Helane’s Past Employment
Before she joined Hall in 2007, she was in charge of the San Francisco office of the SEC. She had been at the US Securities Exchange Commission since 1999. During her time at the SEC, she had various duties such as handling litigation, enforcement of SEC rules, and other related duties. She handled fraud cases that involved some of the biggest corporations in America such as Google, HBO, and HP. Besides that, she exposed a major scheme by American Amicable that involved the sale of false securities to 50,00 military personnel.
Her Work before the SEC
Before Helane became part of the SEC, she worked at a law firm for 10 years. Her work there entailed business litigation, handling corporate investigations, SEC matters, and much more. Before that, she had worked as a law clerk to Harry A. Blackmun and to Hon. Richard Posner a judge at the US Courts of Appeal.
About Helane Hall
Helane has a journalism degree from the Northwestern University, IL. Additionally, she studied law at the California Berkeley School of Law. Her main reason for joining Hall Capital Partners was because if its diverse leadership culture in the finance world. Besides that, she wants to help restore faith in the financial markets, after they lost confidence in it during the 2008 financial crash. She has a firm belief that her current position is a great way for her to do that. Hall also participates in public discussions about financial fraud, which is something that is dear to her. She has not wavered even once in her career in her quest to fight injustice in the financial sector.