Finding trust once again, now in Helane Morrison

A decade after an unstable economy and its repercussions has left many of us feeling shaky on the financial grounds that we have built. Who do we trust with our money? Is investing wise when the economy seems to hang by a thin rope? The financial crisis that began in 2007 was the worst experienced in nearly 80 years, and with it came an upheaval of corruption cases, fraud and falsified documents. Luckily, during this time of uncertainty a white light appeared. This white light is the physical manifestation of Helane Morrison. 

Who is Helane Morrison? She is an advocate of fair finances, open communication and litigation. Morrison is a journalist, a lawyer and a businesswoman. She wears white hats and speaks up for those whose voices are weak. Since 2007, she has served as the Managing Director, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer with Hall Capital Partners, LLC, alongside two other successful and powerful women.

The economy has experienced a minor upswing over the last couple of years, but many of us are still left underpaid or unemployed (Source: Project Eve). The last thing on most of our minds is whether to invest in the market. Even those who would like to invest don’t know how to begin or who to go to for help. In a positive turn of event, Morrison’s education and professional background are securing that trust in many investors.

Morrison’s resume is vast and well versed in all things law and jurisdiction. Her professional career began while studying a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the Northeastern University and writing for the school newspaper on the side. Her education and news reporting continued at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, where she graduation with her J.D. in 1984 and acted as Editor-in-Chief for the California Law Review. Since then she has worked for the United States Supreme Court as a law clerk and later became the, now former, regional director of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (where she was the first woman to hold that title).

Morrison has made a name for herself in fighting fraud cases involving big name companies including Google, Hewlett-Packard and HBO. Later Morrison’s focus shifted to workplace equality, primarily serving women in the financial sector. She also sits on subcommittee boards and volunteers her time to ensure proper dealings with offshore investment funds. Her drive makes her a force to be reckoned with and a name to be revered.

Learn more about Helane on her Bloomberg professional profile here:

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