Morgan Stanley News (NYSE:MS)

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02/21/20177:05PMDJNSaudi Aramco Picks J.P. Morgan, HSBC, Morgan Stanley as Lead IPO Underwriters
By Summer Said and Ben Dummett Saudi Arabia's state-owned energy company has told J.P. Morgan, HSBC and Morgan Stanley they will be the lead underwriters for its planned initial public offering, set to be the largest ever, according to people familiar with the matter. The three banks will lead the giant offering of... More...>>
02/21/20175:34PMBWNOTICE TO MORGAN STANLEY CLIENTS: Klayman & Toskes, P.A. Announces Investigation of Morgan Stanley Following $8 Million in SE...
The Securities Arbitration Law Firm of Klayman & Toskes, P.A.,(K&T) www.nasd-law.com, announces an investigation into sales practice violations by Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) following $8 million in fines levied by the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) related to Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs). On February 14, 2017... More...>>
02/14/20176:01PMDJNMorgan Stanley Settles ETF Investment Case -- Update
By Dave Michaels Morgan Stanley admitted Tuesday that it failed to properly oversee sales of complex exchange-traded funds to investors, agreeing to pay $8 million to settle a probe by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The case marks the second time in five years that regulators have accused Morgan Stanley of inappropriate... More...>>
02/14/20172:02PMDJNMorgan Stanley Settles ETF Investment Case
By Anne Steele Morgan Stanley's wealth-management division agreed to pay $8 million and admit wrongdoing to settle allegations related to single-inverse ETF investments it recommended to clients, according to the Securities and Exchange Commission. The SEC said Morgan Stanley didn't make clear to clients the... More...>>
02/10/20173:03AMDJNMorgan Stanley Weighs Moving To Hudson Yards -- WSJ
By Keiko Morris and Liz Hoffman Morgan Stanley is exploring a move of its headquarters from Midtown Manhattan to Hudson Yards, the vast development going up on the West Side, according to people familiar with the matter. The bank is considering the purchase of the remaining 2 million square feet at 50 Hudson Yards, the... More...>>
02/09/20179:10PMDJNMorgan Stanley Exploring Move to Manhattan's West Side -- Update
By Keiko Morris and Liz Hoffman Morgan Stanley is exploring a move of its headquarters from Midtown Manhattan to Hudson Yards, the vast development going up on the West Side, according to people familiar with the matter. The bank is considering the purchase of the remaining 2 million square feet at 50 Hudson Yards, the... More...>>
02/06/20173:02AMDJNBank Push Paves Way For Capital Returns -- WSJ
By Telis Demos and Peter Rudegeair The six biggest U.S. banks could potentially return more than $100 billion in capital to investors over time through dividends and share buybacks if the Trump administration succeeds in a push to loosen bank regulation. President Donald Trump on Friday signed a memorandum ordering a review... More...>>
02/05/20172:41PMDJNThe $100 Billion Reason Investors Loved Trump's Bank Order
By Telis Demos and Peter Rudegeair The six biggest U.S. banks could potentially return more than $100 billion in capital to investors over time through dividends and share buybacks if the Trump administration succeeds in a push to loosen bank regulation. President Donald Trump on Friday signed a memorandum ordering a review... More...>>
02/03/20179:00AMBWMorgan Stanley Capital Partners Completes Investment in Fisher Container
Investment funds managed by Morgan Stanley Capital Partners (MSCP), the Private Equity team within Morgan Stanley Investment Management, announced today that they have completed an investment in Fisher Container (“Fisher” or the “Company”). MSCP is partnering with experienced plastics and packaging executive, Kevin... More...>>
01/31/20173:03AMDJNBlankfein Assails Immigrant Curbs -- WSJ
By Liz Hoffman Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s more than 34,000 employees arrived to work Monday to find a voice mail waiting. "This is Lloyd," it began. Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein then delivered a denunciation of President Donald Trump's immigration ban, which restricts immigration from seven Muslim-majority... More...>>
01/30/20175:52PMDJNGoldman's Blankfein Gives a Wall Street Voice to Immigration-Ban Opposition -- 2nd Update
By Liz Hoffman Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s more than 34,000 employees arrived to work Monday to find a voice mail waiting. "This is Lloyd," it began. Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein then delivered a denunciation of President Donald Trump's immigration ban, which restricts immigration from seven Muslim-majority... More...>>
01/30/20175:33PMDJNGoldman's Blankfein Gives a Wall Street Voice to Immigration-Ban Opposition -- Update
By Liz Hoffman Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s more than 34,000 employees arrived to work Monday to find a voice mail waiting. "This is Lloyd," it began. Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein then delivered a denunciation of President Donald Trump's immigration ban, which restricts immigration from seven Muslim-majority... More...>>
01/26/20172:17PMDJNCitigroup to Pay $18 Million to Settle Charges It Overbilled Clients
By Austen Hufford Citigroup Inc. will pay $18 million to settle Securities and Exchange Commission allegations that it overbilled investment advisory clients and lost client contracts. A Citigroup spokeswoman said the bank is pleased to have the matter resolved. The SEC alleges that at least 60,000 clients were overcharged... More...>>
01/24/20172:52PMDJNMorgan Stanley, Citigroup Settle Misleading Claims Charges in Forex Trading Program
By Austen Hufford Morgan Stanley and Citigroup Inc. will each pay nearly $3 million to settle Securities and Exchange Commission charges that they falsely advertised a foreign-exchange trading program they sold to investors. Representatives of both firms pitched a foreign-exchange trading program called "CitiFX Alpha"... More...>>
01/24/20173:02AMDJNBankers Cash In on Post-Election Stock Rally -- WSJ
By Liz Hoffman and Tom McGinty Executives at some of the biggest Wall Street banks have sold nearly $100 million worth of stock since the presidential election, more than in that same period in any year over the past decade, according to a Wall Street Journal review of securities filings. The share sales occurred as financial... More...>>
01/23/20177:22PMDJNBankers Cash In on Postelection Stock Rally
By Liz Hoffman and Tom McGinty Executives at some of the biggest Wall Street banks have sold nearly $100 million worth of stock since the presidential election, more than in that same period in any year over the past decade, according to a Wall Street Journal review of securities filings. The share sales occurred as financial... More...>>
01/23/20171:51PMDJNGoldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, J.P. Morgan Executives Have Sold Almost $100 Million in Stock Since the Election
By Liz Hoffman and Tom McGinty Three days after the presidential election, James Gorman did something he hadn't done before in his six years as chief executive of Morgan Stanley: He sold stock. Mr. Gorman exercised options on 200,000 Morgan Stanley shares and sold them at $37.70 each, filings show. He sold another... More...>>
01/23/20179:00AMBWMorgan Stanley Appoints 140 New Managing Directors
Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) has announced the appointment of 140 Managing Directors. The new Managing Directors are: Aida Abou-Rahme Irina Adler Eric Alby Jessica Alsford Trevor Anderson Kow Atta-Mensah Geoffrey Boulter James Bruno Rick Bruno Alex Brunton John J. Burns Jr. Arthur Carvalho Amit Chahal Brad Chandler Tony Charles... More...>>
01/23/20173:02AMDJNA Raise at Morgan Stanley -- WSJ
By Liz Hoffman Morgan Stanley gave its chairman and CEO, James Gorman, a 7% raise for 2016, while Goldman Sachs Group Inc. cut stock awards for several executives but didn't disclose compensation for its top executive Lloyd Blankfein. Mr. Gorman received a pay package valued at $22.5 million for his work in 2016... More...>>
01/20/20176:09PMDJNMorgan Stanley CEO Gets 7% Raise; Goldman Trims Stock-Pay for Some Executives -- Update
By Liz Hoffman Morgan Stanley gave its chairman and CEO, James Gorman, a 7% raise for 2016, while Goldman Sachs Group Inc. cut stock awards for several executives but didn't disclose compensation for its top executive Lloyd Blankfein. Mr. Gorman received a pay package valued at $22.5 million for his work in 2016... More...>>
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