Morgan Stanley manager steps down amid complaints against brokers

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Morgan Stanley (MS.N) said on Wednesday that Robert Perry, manager for the firm’s Beverly Hills, California, wealth management office, has left the firm.

Morgan Stanley spokeswoman Christine Jockle confirmed Perry left the firm but declined to comment further. Attempts to reach Perry at his office by phone and email were unsuccessful.

Perry’s departure, reported on Tuesday by the wealth management news website AdvisorHub, comes after a sexual harassment lawsuit was filed earlier this year against one of the top brokers at Perry’s Beverly Hills branch.

Source: REUTERS

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