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Here Are Morgan Stanley’s 130 Rising Stars, Fewest Since 2002

Sridhar Natarajan
Here Are Morgan Stanley’s 130 Rising Stars, Fewest Since 2002

(Bloomberg) -- Morgan Stanley elevated 130 executives to managing director, according to a person familiar with the matter, marking the smallest wave of annual promotions to the firm’s top rank since 2002.

The bank, like rival Goldman Sachs Group Inc., has been incrementally tightening entry into its top level in recent years, burnishing the prestige of the achievement but also reflecting efforts to rein in costs. When Goldman named partners in late 2018, the group was 18% smaller than two years earlier.This year’s class at Morgan Stanley compares with 145 last year and 153 before that. A decade ago, classes topped 200.Women got 25% of the promotions, raising representation in that rank to 21%, the highest yet, the person said, asking not to be named. Regionally, 58% of those elevated are in the Americas, 22% in Asia and 20% in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. In the U.S., 17% of the class is Asian, 4% black and 4% Hispanic.

Here is a list of people named, sorted by business area:

Institutional Equity

Kevin Barry

Court Crane

Leon Dean

Ciaran Kelleher

Paul Kouch

Raghav Mittal

Rubens Opice Neto

Mark Pemberton

Stephanie Shapiro

Simon Sims

Sowmya Viswanath

Nick Volbi

David Wallis

Bryn Young

Fixed Income

Arthur Baker

Patrick Bonifant

Alexander Chilton

Andrej Ciupak

Dan Costin

Patrick Cronin

Stephen Dance

Min Fan

Siok-Hong Gan

Ryo Iwabuchi

Mislav Krizanovic De Corbavia

Loris Nazarian

Ziyad Rizkallah

Michael Rosner

Brian Zakutansky

Kristin Zekis

Investment Banking

William Bertagna

Vikas Bharathwaaj

Dennis Crandall

Valerie Dixon

Jonathan Dunlop

Rujira Hongladaromp

Richie Jain

Ankur Luther

Antonio Madrid

Daisuke Morita

Shirav Patel

Malte Paul

Ilya Pelts

Pradyut Pratap

Sundareswaran S

Shingo Sato

Dean Scott

Kenneth Sun

James Talbot

Ben Teasdale

Ravi Tiwari

Neil Vibhakar

Michael Vollmerich

Croft Young

Anthony Zammit

Global Capital Markets

Lauren Garcia Belmonte

Kenji Harada

Emily Laino

Michael Manfred

Vittorio Monge

David Morrissey

Erica Mui

Sammy Naik

Winnie Wu

Research

James Faucette

Simeon Gutman

Robin Xing

Gary Yu

Bank Resource Management

Ed Bracken

Krish Chada

U.S. Banks

Greg Badigian

Josh Kuropatkin

Moira Sullivan

Josh Van Aalst

Wealth Management

Marc Dextraze

Jennifer Freeman

Sharad Ganesh

Vanessa Henley

Hugo Hilgendorff

Chris McFadden

Michael McGowan

Robert Meredith

Alicia Rich

Paul Servidio

Daniel Skelly

Lindsay Starr

Anita Wolff

Investment Management

Jeffrey J. Corso

Andrea De Simone

Marc Fox

Tetsuji Fuwa

Pepijn Heins

Michael Lanigan Kaicher

William Hughes Milam Jr.

Shamik Narotam

Scott R. Norby

Sheila Tan

Wendy Wang

Lei Xu

Jill Ytuarte

Technology

Carmen Chong

Brian Coyle

Terence Curd

Jeanette Gamble

Dmitriy Holsten

Satish Kamath

Sean Manahan

Liz Ross

Tony Sanchez

Karl Schimmeck

Jimmy Sharma

Neda Siadatan

Operations

Ivy Gong

Chetan Jain

Finance

Margalit Connolly

Jonathan Lam

Steven Stojanowski

Legal and Compliance

Jungmin An

Iris Chiu

Patrick Henigan

Alanna Lee

Jane Morril

Ryo Okamura

Human Resources

Kate Wall

Risk Management

Aliah Greene

Thomas Jacob

Melissa Smith

Administration

Jessica Leigh Schnurr

Internal Audit

Frederick Caillate

Simon Goulty

To contact the reporter on this story: Sridhar Natarajan in New York at snatarajan15@bloomberg.net

To contact the editors responsible for this story: Michael J. Moore at mmoore55@bloomberg.net, David Scheer

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