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Some troubling questions at Morgan Stanley

Tom Fox | March 29, 2018

Does character matter at work? Is violence towards women in one’s private life some type of indicia that raises red flags for workplace malfeasance? Is such conduct so odious that companies should (or even must) take action against the employee if they become aware of criminal conduct? What about something less than a restraining order, a grand jury or court ordered subpoena? All of these questions, and a whole host of others, were raised in a recent New York Times report about a top producer at Morgan Stanley.

The producer, Douglas E. Greenberg, remains one of Morgan Stanley’s top financial advisers, in the top 2% of producers for the company, and “a celebrated member of the wealth management industry.” Meanwhile, four women have obtained court-issued restraining orders against Greenberg...

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