People News: Morgan Stanley, Cantor Fitzgerald

Gary Kaminsky, a vice chairman in Morgan Stanley's wealth management business, is moving into a part-time advisory role at the bank so he can co-host a television show about Wall Street, the bank confirmed on Thursday.

Reuters reports that Kaminsky will on 'Wall Street Week', a show that launched on public television network PBS in 1970 but went off the air in 2005

In the meantimes, Reuters also reports that Stan Gregor, a private banker hired almost two years ago to create a wealth management business for Wall Street trading firm Cantor Fitzgerald, is leaving, according to trade publication InvestmentNews.

Gregor, who maintained his residence in North Carolina, is still listed on the website of Cantor Fitzgerald Wealth Partners as co-chief executive with Shawn Matthews, who also is chief executive of the parent company.

Morgan Stanley executive to co-host TV show

Cantor Fitzgerald Wealth boss Stan Gregor to exit - report

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