Smith Barney (now Morgan Stanley Wealth Management)
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Smith Barney was part of Citigroup from 1998 until Citigroup sold a majority of the company to Morgan Stanley in 2009. In September 2012, Smith Barney became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Morgan Stanley, and was subsequently renamed Morgan Stanley Wealth Management.
Following a February 2014 incident in which Ray Rice, a professional football player for the Baltimore Ravens, was arrested for assaulting his fiancée at the time, many advocates for women's rights and against domestic violence, including the National...
Smith Barney (part of Morgan Stanley) did not respond to: Tax Justice Network alleges 16 banks aid the rich to avoid taxes, leading to the flow of capital out of developing countries.
- Related in-depth areas: Tax Justice Network reports 2012 - responses & non-responses by banks
- This is a non response from the following companies: Morgan Stanley Smith Barney (now Morgan Stanley Wealth Management)
Author: Legal Info
Two female executives at high-profile Wall Street banks have accused their respective employers of discrimination... Charlotte Hanna was a former vice president in the human resources division at Goldman Sachs when she took maternity leave after...
Author: Jonathan Stempel, Reuters
Citigroup Inc has agreed to pay $33 million to about 2,500 current and former female brokers at its Smith Barney unit to settle a three-year-old discrimination lawsuit...The plaintiffs had accused Smith Barney…of preventing female brokers from...
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- Related companies: Citigroup Smith Barney (now Morgan Stanley Wealth Management)
Author: Jane Ambachtsheer, Mercer Investment Consulting; Jonas Kron, attorney; Richard Liroff, Investor Environmental Health Network; Tim Little, Rose Foundation for Communities & Environment; Rachel Massey, Global Development & Environment Institute, Tufts Univ.
This Fiduciary Guide to Toxic Chemical Risk examines the financial dimensions of toxic chemical risk – in products, in supply chains, and in many investors’ portfolios. It explores how these risks may be quantified, and offers fiduciaries a policy...
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Author: Jonathan Stempel, Reuters
A senior Citigroup Inc. executive has sued the world's largest bank, saying it underpaid him and denied him promotions, and demoted him in retaliation for his complaints about racial and sex discrimination... Citigroup spokeswoman Christina Pretto...
Author: Alain Campiotti, Le Temps [Suisse]
Une cour fédérale de Manhattan vient de condamner la banque suisse à verser 35 millions de francs à une employée. Douze salariées demandent 100 millions de dollars au géant de Bâle. Les femmes ne veulent plus du «plafond de verre»...La banque...va...
Author: Heather Timmons, Business Week
[book review of "Tales from the Boom-Boom Room: Wall Street vs. Women" by Susan Antilla]...In 1996, after 11 years of service in that branch, Martens [broker Pamela K. Martens] sued Smith Barney [now known as Citigroup Global Markets, part of...
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