Morgan Fixed-Income Co-Chief Put On Leave

02 Mar 2012

Morgan Stanley has placed William Bryan Jennings, its co-head of fixed income capital markets, on leave after he was arrested and charged with a hate crime involving an alleged stabbing of taxi driver of Middle Eastern descent in December.

Morgan Stanley has placed William Bryan Jennings, its co-head of fixed income capital markets, on leave after he was arrested and charged with a hate crime involving an alleged stabbing of taxi driver of Middle Eastern descent in December. Jennings is disputing the allegations.

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