Sanjay Shah: Doing The Right Thing

I always like to believe that you have a choice between doing the right thing and doing the wrong thing. The choice, however, is entirely up to you and how you run your life. I once heard a quote and it really struck with me and it was “With great power comes great responsibility.” That is how Sanjay Shah Denmark has lived his life along with his wife Usha. Make no mistake about it, everything they have in their life, they have earned and they deserve it. They are old fashioned in that way and I mean that as a compliment. They believe in the value of rolling up your sleeves, getting to work, and making things happen.

They have already had such names as Prince, Lenny Kravitz, Michael Bublè and Drake in London and Dubai. Those are some of the biggest names in the music industry and they have taken time out of their busy schedules to help Sanjay Shah and his wife Usha because they care about autism and they care about giving back. I have great respect for celebrities that do things like this. They don’t have to do it and no one is forcing them. They are doing it because it is the right thing to do. I’m a big believer in doing the right thing at all times, or at least as often as you can.

This year, they are going to have Tyga and Flo Rida before, as according to Sanjay’s wife, they want to go for a younger demographic, which I think is smart. If the youth learn more about autism and have a better understanding of it, maybe they can befriend an autistic kid and not treat them any differently. They can treat him like anyone else, invite them over to their birthday party and show them love, respect, and kindness. They deserve that, and it truly makes a difference in their lives.

At the end of the day, they just want to feel included and they want to feel like they are part of something and they are part of something that is special. This is a special event and I’m proud of Sanjay, his wife, and all of the performers for being part of it.


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Walking Across The Street To Go To Nexbank Was The Best Decision Ever

I work across the street from a branch of Nexbank in Dallas, and I was so unhappy with my bank that I was literally mad at them all the time. I was one of those people who kept threatening to leave my old bank, and then I finally left when I walked across the street to go to Nexbank. 

I got to go back when I was ready to buy a new car, and they were helping me finance the car. So I actually come over to the dealership with the letter from Nexbank saying that they could finance the car. That made it really easy for me to pay for the car, and that made it more fun for me to shop for the car because the bank made it simple for me.

Someone who comes to Nexbank is going to have a chance to get better service, and they can move all their money over to Nexbank. They can feel like they are in the right place for the first time, and they will be able to have a good place to go if they need any kind of financial help. The finances that I am trying to get in order were never helped when I was with my old bank, but now I get help from Nexbank.

I have a favorite manager who helps me. I get called by name by all the tellers, and I talk to the other people in the bank every time like it is my favorite bar. It is a nice place to be.


Meet Helane Morrison the lady enforcing compliance in the corporate world

Enforcing compliance in the business world is not an easy task. It is demanding and requires a lot of commitment. It also requires the person enforcing compliance to be strict so as not to be undermined or overlooked by corporations. All these qualities clearly describe Ms. Helane Morrison. She is the Chief Compliance Officer at Hall Capital Partners, LLC. This is one of the largest advisory firms in the US. She has the duty to enforce integrity, accountability and regulatory compliance on all dealings. People had lost trust in the financial industry which was a result of the economic crash of 2008. It was after this that Hall Capital came to the rescue and started enforcing compliance.
Before she joined Hall Capital in 2007, Morrison headed the San Francisco Office of the US Securities and Exchange Commission from 1997 to 2007. Here, she enforced securities, regulatory compliance and litigation matters in Northern California. Morrison represented the US Securities and Exchange Commission in business relations and legal issues in financial communities and government agencies. She had dealt with fraud cases in SEC which involved top executives from top companies like Hewlett-Packard, HBO, Google and NextCard Inc. she became popular when she exposed the sale of false securities to over 50000 military personnel by the insurance company American Amicable.
Morrison practiced law at Howard, Rice, Nemerovski, Canady, Falk and Rabkin from 1986 to 1996. She then later became a partner at the firm in 1991. She mainly focused on the defense of private securities actions, business litigation, and SEC matters. Helane Morrison is a member of the Board of the Regional Parks Foundation, and she’s also a member of the Hedge Fund Committee of American Bar Association. She is also a periodic speaker on the topics of legal issues affecting investment advisers and private funds.
Helane is a hardworking, assertive and sharp lady. She has created a great impression in the compliance field where women are not entertained. Morrison always insists that every investment they make for their clients is substantial and ethical.
During an interview, she once said that she came from a school that sees a huge benefit in interactions at the office. Part of her success is based on the fact that she is a firm believer in everyone who comes in the office where she allows workplace flexibility. Morrison was an Editor-In-Chief of the California Law Review at the University of California Berkeley where she earned a J.D. She has a B.S degree in Journalism from Northwestern University.