Promotion Watch '15: Morgan Stanley

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A new class of managing directors was anointed this morning, with a congratulatory call from Big Jim.

Senior Morgan Stanley executives, including Chief Executive Officer James Gorman, have been calling employees named to the new class of managing directors, people familiar with the matter told Reuters...The Wall Street bank will make an internal announcement with names of the new managing directors at noon EST (1700 GMT). Last year it appointed 153 new managing directors.

Exclusive: Morgan Stanley appoints new managing directors - sources [Reuters]

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