The Rise of Helane Morrison to Success

Helane Morrison works at Hall Capital Partners, a successful investment company that is completely run by women, in San Francisco. She has an executive role as she is the Managing Director, General Counsel and chief Compliance Officer. Prior to that, she served as the head of the San Francisco office of Securities and Exchange Commission where she was responsible for fraud litigation, law enforcement and regulatory issues. This was between 1999 and 2007, and her area of focus was Northern California and five states in the Northwest. She had also served at the San Francisco SEC office from 1996 and 1999.

 

Helane was a scholar at the Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois where she acquired a B.S. degree in journalism. She later advanced to get a J.D. from the University of California, school of law at Berkeley. While there, she served as editor in chief of the school’s law review and later as a law clerk; this was between 1984 and 1985. The following year, she worked for Harry Blackmun, a Supreme Court Justice, until she joined the Howard, Rice, Nemerovski, Canady, Falk and Rabkin law firm. She was promoted to become a partner in 1991, working on business litigation as well as protecting private securities matters and actions.

 

At hall capital, Helane believes that she can use her role optimal and help her restore the confidence of investing public in the financial markets. Her goal in that field was driven by her realization that investors still lacked faith in financial professionals after the 2007-2008 market crash. Helane Morrison has managed to consistently fight against deceptive corporate crimes and corruption throughout her career. Furthermore, she still strives to expose those who use their power in different positions to disadvantage others.

 

In her campaigns against fraud with the SEC, Morrison has had a myriad of accomplishments. She started investigations about financial fraud against top-tier fortune five hundred executives who had gained a reputation for being untouchable. Helane also uncovered the illegal transfer of fraudulent securities that were sold to military personnel, and exposed the illegal destruction of audit papers by auditors who were working as partners for large companies. She spent valuable time to defend a great number of senior citizens who had been defrauded, and contributing to the efforts to eradicate insider trading including potential dangers of online trading websites. Up to date, Helane has been determined to condemn the evils of corporate gouging and financial deception.

Texas’s Regional Banking Sphere Going Through Rapid Growth

Nexbank recently raised a total of $155 Million through the initial offering, which is an incredible figure for a regional bank its size. It is a Dallas-based regional bank that has been in operation since 1934 and primarily serves medium and large sized corporations, institutional investors and high-value investors.

The Bank believes in providing customized financial, banking and another associated service to its clients, which helps them achieve their business and financial objectives with ease. Nexbank’s CEO and President, John Holt, announced to the press recently that the process of securely placing senior unsecured notes is complete. He further added that the oversubscription placement that occurred during the process is a clear indication of the trust investor places on the bank.

NexBank has been offering its services through three of its branches, which includes commercial banking, mortgage banking, and institutional services. There is a broad range of services provided by these branches, and many more services are added to the bouquet from time to time to continue to provide with updated services in this ever-evolving economy.

John Holt mentioned that the bank would use part of the fund raised in clearing some of the debts, and part of it would go towards developing the bank further. Nexbank would use a portion of the funds to expand its demographic reach to attract more clients, increase its service portfolio and multiply its current profit. In the year 2016, NexBank made the net gain of $83 Million and received deposits worth $3.22 Billion.

Nexbank is based out in Dallas and has a total of 89 staff across its four branches. It is a bank has capitalized status and continued to operate accordingly. It is the 14th largest bank in Texas and 234th largest in the country. At the rate in which the bank is growing, the figure is expected to go up shortly. NexBank has over $4.6 Billion in assets under management. It has been growing exponentially in the past few years, even when the country’s economy was witnessing a downturn. The bank offers excellent customer service and enjoys A health rating by BBB.