What Makes Hall Capital So Unique
People would have thought that Helane Morrison was after money when she switched SEC with Hall Capital. With time, it has been very clear that that was not the motivation but rather the pioneering spirit of the advisory firm. Hall Capital is with no doubt the most prominent firm in the whole of San Francisco. It boasts of assets worth more than 24 billion in addition to managing the finances of who is who in the United States. Her joining Hall Capital has proved to be the most important decisions in her career. When she joined the firm, she was offered the positions of the chief compliance officer and the managing director. The ethical culture embraced by the firm made her take the job without hesitating.
Morrison works with the Sarah Stein who is the President and Kathryn Hall who serves as the co-chief investment officer. They have managed to revolutionize the workplace to incorporate the principles of flexibility and resilience that every woman needs to be able to succeed in the financial industry.
The financial crisis of 2008 dealt a major blow in the trust people had in the industry. Morrison, Stein and Hall are working tirelessly to restore this trust by emphasizing on integrity, compliance of regulations and accountability starting with all the workers in the firm in every other thing that they do. This has brought Hall Capital the reputation of the few advisory firms that can be relied on.
Morrison is on the front line to ensure that every investment the firm makes for its clients is transparent and ethical. Being the chief compliance officer, Morrison works with a group known as the examination staff to peruse the records of companies partnering with Hall Capital. The group rigorously investigates every financial advisor, mutual fund or brokerage firm that the firm intends to use to ensure that it can be trusted with the clients’ money.
Helane Morrison was born and grew up in Brooklyn. She graduated from Northwestern University with a degree in Journalism before earning her J.D. degree from University of California at Berkeley School of Law. Here, she served as the California Law Review’s editor-in-chief.
Morrison started working at the US Court of Appeals as a law clerk. She then joined Howard, a leading law firm in San Francisco. Here, she dealt with business litigation. Helane Morrison has also worked for the government in the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) at the San Francisco Office as District Administrator and then as Regional Director.