Posts Tagged “Morgan Stanley”

Where Morgan Stanley Is Doing Better Than Goldman Sachs

by Wall Street Job Report on July 21, 2014

Morgan Stanley is doing a pretty good Goldman Sachs impression these days. In fact, it’s topping the Wall Street titan in a number of critical categories. Although Goldman’s investment bankers and bond traders can still thump their chests over happy hour beers on (…)

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Morgan Stanley wealth unit thrives, but compensation still a concern

by Wall Street Job Report on July 18, 2014

Morgan Stanley posted wealth management results for the second quarter just a hair’s breadth short of a key profitability target it set for the end of 2015, but bank executives remained concerned about the high costs of recruiting brokers. The (…)

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Morgan Stanley Sees Lone Trading Jump as Goldman Drops

by Wall Street Job Report on April 17, 2014

Morgan Stanley posted a jump in first-quarter trading revenue while Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS)’s dropped, the first such divergence in two years. Morgan Stanley today reported a surprise 9 percent increase in fixed-income trading revenue, the only gain among major (…)

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BAD NEWS: Morgan Stanley massively increases investment bank’s profits, cuts pay

by Wall Street Job Report on April 17, 2014

If you were having doubts that the era of high-paying, free-wheeling, hot-trotting, big-swinging investment bankers is over, Morgan Stanley is here to suppress them. The US investment bank has just turned in a set of exemplary first quarter results.  M&A revenues (…)

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New Morgan Stanley brokerage sales chief reorganizes leadership

by Wall Street Job Report on April 10, 2014

Six weeks after being named to lead Morgan Stanley’s brokerage force of more than 16,000 financial advisers, managing director Shelley O’Connor has streamlined the sales organization and replaced some key executives. In a memo to the firm’s wealth management division (…)

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