Helane Morrison is a name that is synonymous with integrity, and fairness. Once again, she is bringing integrity and fairness to the investment world. After the global economic crisis began in August of 2007, people have become worried and untrusting of big corporations. As more and more corruption was exposed, people began to take control of their own money and investments, which sometimes poses a greater risk for the inexperienced investor.
As we near the 2016 presidential election, we see that the public is stressed about the economy. Voters tend to move toward candidates that give economic hope Hirsch Organization founder, Yale Hirsch, maintains that there is evidence that presidential elections do have an impact on the stock market. Investors historically wait to see who will be elected, and what fiscal policies the new president brings to the table. It is during this time of unrest that the risk of investors being taken advantage of is highest.
Helane Morrison is just the person who will fight for the protection of investors. Helane Morrison has a back ground in journalism, law, and government service. Above all, Ms. Morrison is consistent in her integrity and determination for equality in investing. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism at Northwestern University, Illinois. She furthered her education at the University Of California Berkley School Of Law. She clerked at the U.S. Court of Appeals after passing the bar. It was her time spent working for Supreme Court Justice; Harry A. Blackman that Morrison developed her own passion for equality.
After her work with Blackman, Morrison moved onto work in a private practice spending ten years in business litigation and defense of private securities. Her main career focus emerged during these years, as she defended those affected by violation of security laws. Later, she was invited to take a position at the San Francisco office of U.S. Securities and Exchange where she protected corporations and individuals against fraud.
Today, Morrison has joined Hall Capital, one of the most successful investment advisory firms in San Francisco. She joined President Sarah Stein and Co-Chief Investment officer Kathryn Hall, as managing director and chief compliance officer of Hall Capital. Hall Capital is a unique financial company which is run completely by women. Morrison brings solid, ethical integrity to Hall Capital as she makes it a company priority to protect every investment made on their client’s behalf.
Learn more about Helane’s prolific career via Bloomberg’s profile or check her out on her LinkedIn account as follows: https://www.linkedin.com/in/helane-morrison-739aa1110