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Ex-Morgan Stanley Executive Pleads Guilty to Violating Anticorruption Laws
One of Morgan Stanley's former real estate executives in China pleaded guilty on Wednesday in Federal District Court in Brooklyn to violating federal anticorruption laws, as the American government continues to crack down on citizens who commit fraud ...
Banker Pleads Guilty in China Bribery Case
Mr. Peterson "secretly bribed a government official to illegally win business for his employer and enriched himself in violation of his fiduciary duty to Morgan Stanley's clients," said Robert Khuzami, director of the SEC's enforcement division. In ...
Ex-Morgan Stanley banker admits bribing China official  BBC News
A Cynic's Guide To Shocking Revelations of Corruption in China And Mexico  Forbes
Morgan Stanley to Expand at Manhattan's 1 New York Plaza
Morgan Stanley, the sixth-largest U.S. bank by assets, signed a lease for almost 1.2 million square feet (111,480 square meters) of space at Brookfield Office Properties Inc.'s 1 New York Plaza in lower Manhattan.
Morgan Stanley expanding office space downtown  New York Post
Former Merrill advisers off to rocky start at Morgan Stanley
Four financial advisers and an associate who left Merrill Lynch Wealth Management for Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC two weeks ago have run afoul of the protocol for broker recruiting.
Look Who's Back
While the company he headed is a shadow of its former self—this year, Morgan Stanley is laying off 1,600 people, Moody's is threatening to downgrade its credit rating, and the share price is down 32 percent over the past twelve months—Mack stock, it ...
MORGAN STANLEY PRESENTS: The 10 Best Stocks In America
In its latest Investment Perspectives - North America research book, Morgan Stanley published its Best Ideas list. These are the ten very best stocks money can buy in the U.S.
Threat of Credit Downgrade Persists for Morgan Stanley
With the financial system more stable, bank regulators are unlikely to allow Morgan Stanley, or any other bank, to move large parts of its derivatives business into a taxpayer protected subsidiary, where the government could be on the hook for ...
Morgan Stanley Cuts Net Exposure to Five European Nations  Bloomberg
Now We Know Almost All Of Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman's Adorable ...  Business Insider
Morgan Stanley Expands Reasons to Claw Back Executive Pay
Some lower-level employees also are subject to the policy. A clawback could be caused by an act or omission that triggers a restatement, or when the person violates risk policies and standards, even if the impact on results is favorable, Morgan Stanley ...
Morgan Stanley CEO's Compensation Falls 25%  Wall Street Journal
Morgan Stanley CEO, James Gorman, Has Compensation Cut 25%  ValueWalk
Fed Targets Morgan Stanley Over Home Loans
The Fed's action seeks unspecified monetary damages in addition to changes in mortgage-servicing practices. Morgan Stanley acknowledged it would be responsible for any monetary penalties assessed by the Fed. The Morgan Stanley order is in line with a ...
Fed fines Morgan Stanley over robo-signing  CBS News
Morgan Stanley Still On The Hook For Robo-Signing, Fed Says  Forbes
Morgan Stanley: Precious Metals D�j� Vu
But those clients who choose to hand their money to Morgan Stanley for one of its "allocated precious metals accounts" will find (as Morgan Stanley explicitly acknowledges in the fine print) that nothing is being "set apart, assigned, or allotted" to them.