The captain made an appearance at Morgan Stanley on Tuesday.
The New York Post reports that Yankee’s shortstop and captain Derek Jeter chatted up the more than 400 guests at an event hosted by the investment bank’s wealth management group, which is sponsoring Jeter’s charitable Turn 2 Foundation.
Sources told the newspaper that, at the luncheon event at Chelsea Piers’ Lighthouse, Jeter participated in a panel discussion about leadership along with Morgan Stanley wealth management honcho Greg Fleming.
Drawing parallels between high-stakes finance and baseball, the Yankee’s shortstop told attendees - who munched on shrimp, bass fillets and steak - that 'you have to have a moral compass', an attendee said.
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