Ex-Morgan Stanley Employee Who Stole Client Information, Allegedly Posted It On The Internet Has Lacrosse Skills To Fall Back On

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In that conversation, Mr. Marsh conceded he had accessed the client information but maintained that he hadn’t posted any of it online or intended to sell the data, the people said. Morgan Stanley security officials then escorted Mr. Marsh to his home, where they took a computer and storage devices that also held client data. The firm is still investigating how Mr. Marsh allegedly transferred the data to his personal devices, the people said...Mr. Marsh studied at Muhlenberg College, where he played lacrosse and met his wife. He joined Morgan Stanley as a sales assistant in 2008 after spending several months at John Paulson ’s hedge-fund firm and then Bear Stearns Cos., the investment bank that sold itself to J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. during the financial crisis. [WSJ, earlier]