Hear advice from emerging leaders on how to set yourself up for success in the interview process at Morgan Stanley. “Be yourself and definitely show your personality. We want to know who you are and what you bring to the Firm,” says Audrey, an Associate with our Investment Banking team.
We are proud to be a signatory of the Statement of the European Union Diversity Charter in Hungary. Committing to diversity and inclusion is one of our core values and we are proud to unite with our colleagues of different cultural backgrounds, genders, sexual identities, races and religions. We want to build an inclusive environment with a foundation of mutual respect that allows everyone to succeed. Our global community is diverse and embracing this makes us stronger.
Happy Pride! This is a time for the LGBT+ community and allies to celebrate progress and reaffirm our commitment to advancing equality. Throughout June, #WeAreProud to celebrate members of the Morgan Stanley global Pride and Ally Network, highlight the diversity of our community, and honor the power of identity. Stay tuned for more on our Pride celebrations and learn more about our diversity and inclusion initiatives:
What Vishwanath Tirupattur has discovered about Morgan Stanley since he came to the firm in 2004 is just how far he can go. “Morgan Stanley is very good at creating opportunities for people to take on greater responsibility,” he says. “There’s a high degree of expectation in terms of competence, expertise and performance. And the firm rewards you for delivering those things.” #APAHM
For Earth Day, we were proud to release our annual sustainability report. Find out how Morgan Stanley partners with clients and stakeholders to mobilize capital at scale to tackle challenges such as climate change and inequality:
“At Morgan Stanley, people want to be the best, differentiate themselves from the rest of the street and bring value to the client,” says Wided, a Global Capital Markets Associate in our London office. Learn more about her career and our culture:
“It is so important to have strong female role models at all points in your career,” says Rachel Reisman, an associate in Institutional Equities. Seeing an opportunity, she joined together with two colleagues to found Emerging Women Leaders, an organization that works with our Women’s Business Alliance to support growth and networking for women earlier in their careers throughout Morgan Stanley. “The fact that we’re here today demonstrates Morgan Stanley’s commitment to its core values,” says cofounder Charlotte Lepicier. “’Committing to diversity and inclusion’ isn’t just words on a wall in the lobby.”
Recently, five of our senior leaders were named to Barron's 100 Most Influential Women In U.S. Finance list. Congratulations to Carla Harris, Karen McDonald, Katy Huberty, Susan Huang and Seema Hingorani as well as Eaton Vance's Cynthia Clemson on this incredible recognition!
A love for software engineering led technologist and Managing Director Mona Eldam back to her roots—and a new role heading up the firm’s Institutional Securities databases in our Bengaluru office. #MSCareers