Helane L. Morrison is a Prominent Compliance Officer and also The Managing Director of Hall Capital Partners LLC and General Counsel of the Company. Helane Started as her Career as Editor in Chief of the California Law Review. It was following her graduation from the University of California, Berkeley School where she graduated with a Journalism Degree. Helane also graduated from Northwestern University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Journalism.
For the Span of One year (1984-1985), Helane worked as a clerk in the U.S. Court of Appeal reporting to Honorable Richard A. Posner. She also worked as a secretary for the office of Harry A. Blackmun for another one year from 1985 to 1986 before changing her career dynamics to work in the San Francisco. From 1986 to 1996, Helane Prowess landed her to work at the private firm for the period of 10 years at Rice, Nemerovski. Candy, and Rabkin. Ms. Morrison specialized on compliance by ensuring enforcement by carrying out an internal corporate investigation, leading the firms in the right direction on business litigation and implementing protection program on securities and SEC matters.
Helane Morrison constant effort and expertise on securities and risk assessment raised concern and got promoted to partner level in 1991 practicing law at San Francisco firm. Upon achieving her position as Partner, she assumed to lead the business in enforcement department where her duties included overseeing well presentation of the enterprise in SEC matters, dealing with government agencies and news media, leading companies and financial institution in legal processes and rendering advice to ensure Compliance.
In 1997 to 2007, Ms. Morrison was the District Administrator of the U.S securities and exchange at San Francisco before attaining the position of Regional Director to ensure Compliance and represent SEC in business matters. Later she becomes General Counsel and Compliance Officer of Hall Capital Partners LLC.
According to Roy Snell, Compliance Officer Role is to ensure compliance and enforcement in the implementation of preventive measures that will ensure problems are monitored and regulated as they appear using control tools such as Audit, risk assessment, performance monitoring and educative measures. Roy Snell is the CEO of the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics.
The profession of Compliance Officer is growing at a high rate over the past ten years creating opportunities for development in Compliance. The position of Compliance Officer embraces by tens of thousands serving in different functionalities. According to Cathy Mackenzie, Compliance Officer is mostly preferred in heavily regulated industries like insurance and Banking sectors. Being a Compliance Officer one is bestowed with responsibilities of developing internal controls and ensure Compliance.