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Are You Ready To Party?

No matter how big or small, event planning can be a challenging task. As the event date nears, the pressure to deliver the most enjoyable experience to guest seems to mount. Fortunately, there is a solution for those in need of a little assistance with getting the party started. Hiring an event planner could be the best solution to your party planning problems, and could offer a worry free planning experience. Learn more: https://www.thebalance.com/steps-to-hiring-an-event-planner-1223747

 

After you have made the decision to hire an event planner, there are just a few simple steps to follow to get you on the path to success. By first determining your budget, and developing a clear outline of your goals, you can help narrow down your search, getting you one step closer to your big event. As always, do as much research as possible about potential planners, and shorten your list to three qualified planners. Reference checking can also help you choose the planner that best fits your needs and expectations, leaving you with a worry free and relaxed planning experience.

 

If you are currently on the hunt for an event planning firm, you have likely stumbled upon the New York Based event planning and design firm, Twenty Three Layers.Through their unique approach to design the detail oriented duo at Twenty Three Layers has established themselves as some of the most successful women in the industry. Whether you are hosting a private party with friends and family or a corporate event, and no matter where you are in the world, they are sure to deliver the most unique and enjoyable experience.

 

From venue selection and catering to entertainment and photography, the dynamic duo pair their attention to detail with their love for fashion and design to exceed clients expectations in every aspect of the event. The party doesn’t stop at Twenty Three Layers. Clients also have the luxury of attending workshops with Founder and CEO Jessica Boskoff where she shares her personal tips and tricks for decorating and design. After Party, anyone?

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Former SEC Director Continues to Protect Investors in the Private Sector

In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, everyone from investment clients to ordinary people to the government began paying more attention to the investment market. The SEC was ramped up and given more resources to find fraud and unethical behavior and punish those behind it.

Like every organization, the SEC is only as good as the individuals that lead it and during her tenure with the agency Helane Morrison made sure that the San Francisco Office was efficient and fruitful in its efforts.

During the eight years that Ms. Morrison worked for the SEC, the agency was able to detect and pursue cases of fraud from major tech and entertainment companies like Google and HBO. She was also instrumental in the case against American Amicable, an insurance company that sold fake securities to thousands of military personnel.

Hall Capital and the Private Compliance Industry

In 2007, Ms. Morrison decided to take her expertise to the private sector when she agreed to become Hall Capital’s Chief Compliance Officer. The firm is one of San Francisco’s largest money managers with about $24 billion in assets.

With her new role, Ms. Morrison can continue to protect investment clients by thoroughly investigating the different parts of the investment process: brokerage firms, mutual funds, and even the investment itself.

Helane Morrison

Helane Morrison has been involved with compliance issues since she joined her first law firm in 1986. She was primarily concerned with cases that dealt with business litigation, corporate investigations, and SEC matters.

She was subsequently promoted to partner in 1991 and later left to become a director at the San Francisco Office of the SEC.

Ms. Morrison has served in her current position as Chief Compliance Officer of Hall Capital since 2007. She also serves as a member of the company’s executive committee and regularly speaks about common compliance issues that investment advisories face.