Morgan Stanley sales trader's death not suspicious

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Murray Abbott, an institutional sales trader at Morgan Stanley in Toronto who had been missing since April 25, was found Monday by the shore of Lake Ontario near the city’s Beaches neighborhood where he lived. He was 36.

The Financial Post reports that his death wasn’t suspicious, Mark Pugash, a Toronto Police Service spokesman, said earlier this week in a telephone interview. 'It was obviously a very tragic missing person’s case'.

Abbott was a vice president and one of 16 people on the institutional equities desk at Morgan Stanley’s Canadian wealth- management division. He joined the bank in 2010, following jobs at brokerage Blackmont Capital and Research Capital.

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