Morgan Stanley

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Technology

 

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Ryan S

 

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May 29, 2016

 

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University

 

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A

 

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The merger altered the working environment of Morgan Stanley and created a divide in employee acceptance of the Retail Brokerage segment. It did not integrate well with the firm partly due to the information systems being different to the rest of the company. Under CEO Philip Purcell’s management, Morgan Stanley’s infrastructure and systems did not grow with the needs of employees and customers, nor did it apply future technologies to their current systems, it’s focus was reducing overheads to maximize profits in the short term...
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Many brokers resigned, taking with them valuable portfolios and profits. In June 2005 Purcell resigned, and John Mack provided new leadership. The firm then began to change its information systems and provide better services for clients, which saw stronger ethos and integrity within the employees. The new leadership at Morgan Stanley instigated change, and the realization that the Company must grow to keep up with the competition in the financial services industry...
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