Morgan Stanley names new Managing Directors

Morgan Stanley on Thursday named 153 managing directors, a slight increase from the 144 employees awarded the senior title last year.

The Wall Street Journal reports that the new class of Managing Directors includes 41 women, or 27% of the total – the highest in the firm’s history, a Morgan Stanley spokesman said.

Bloomberg News reports that about 64% of those promoted work in the U.S., up from 50% last year, while 22 percent are based in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and 14 percent in Asia, according to Wesley McDade, a spokesman for the firm.

Almost half of the new class works in the investment banking and trading division, McDade said.

Morgan Stanley Names 153 Managing Directors, Up From 144 Last Year

Morgan Stanley Promotes 153 to Managing Director

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