For a long time now, gender disparity has been the center of focus in many companies and government agencies in the United States. Women like the current Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton fought endlessly for equal opportunities for women in the country. Her efforts finally bore fruits in mid 1990. A lot of women have taken the opportunities presented to them without fear of the male domination. Some of them like Helane Morrison are doing what they know best relentlessly and courageously.
Helena Morrison has been a compliance officer for a while now. She values her role as an enforcer and a whistle-blower. Working as a journalist and a civil servant, Helena has played her role so well to an extent where she becomes the source of envy for her counterparts.
With the increasing corruption rates following the 2008 and 2009 economic depression, a lot of work needs to be done in the compliance sector to bring sanity back. According to Helane, many companies have fallen victims and are now seeking bailouts from the federal government because of corruption.
SEC has struggled to bring back the dwindling trust in the financial sector by enforcing several regulations through its representatives such as Helena Morrison. With the distrust level in financial companies at its peak, most people resort to investing without professional assistance. This has led to increased incidences of business failure characterized by poor financial decisions and choice of business. Helena and her team are on a mission to bring back this trust and make the financial sector great again.
More About Helena Morrison
Helane Morrison is a compliance officer who currently works with Hall Capital Partners. She is the Managing Director and Chief Compliance Officer of the company. She also belongs to the executive committee. Morrison has worked as the head of SEC’s San Francisco office. She was one time appointed the Regional Director and District Administrator of the Commission. At Securities Exchange Commission, Morrison was responsible for enforcing SEC rules and representing the commission in litigation in northern parts of California.
Helane is a lawyer by profession. She practiced law in Howard Rice, Canady and Falk between 1986 and 1996. Her good track record resulted to a promotion to partner in 1991. She focused on litigation and SEC cases. She was also an internal corporate investigator.