Petitgas, Pick on the rise at Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley has promoted two of its most senior investment bankers as it continues to rotate its senior talent, part of its succession plan under chief executive James Gorman.

  • By David Rothnie
  • 12 Jul 2018
Franck Petitgas, the firm’s long-serving co-head of investment banking, has been handed responsibility for all of the bank’s non-US businesses, while Ted Pick, who has orchestrated a turnaround of the bank’s fixed income platform, has been handed responsibility for Morgan Stanley’s institutional securities group, which comprises investment banking ...

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