Morgan Stanley said to reassure clients and advisers following data theft

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The leadership team of Morgan Stanley's wealth management business has been visiting brokerage offices around the country since last week to reassure advisers and clients in the wake of an alleged data theft by a former employee, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.

The news agency reports that executives including Gregory Fleming, president of the division; Chris Randazzo, chief information officer; and Shelley O'Connor, who oversees the brokerage force, have been fielding calls from concerned advisers since Morgan Stanley announced the data theft on January 5.

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