An Evening with Women Leaders in Morgan Stanley Wealth Management
PowerToFly has partnered with Morgan Stanley to present an invite-only networking event for Boston-based financial advisors and women in finance.
The evening will include a panel, featuring female Financial Advisors from Morgan Stanley and male allies. It will conclude with time to network with your peers over light food and drinks!
Join us on Tuesday, November 13th from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at Morgan Stanley, 28 State Street, 26th Floor, Boston, MA.
The evening will include discussions on the entrepreneurial spirit, starting your own business and Morgan Stanley's development program and of course, there will be plenty of time to connect with your fellow women in finance.
Agenda (Subject to Change)
- 6:00pm - Check-In & Networking over Light Bites & Drinks
- 6:20pm - Kick-Off from PowerToFly's Head of Enterprise Customer Success Cristina Duke
- 6:25pm - Keynote Address by Elizabeth Baker, VP Associate Complex Manager at Morgan Stanley
- 6:35pm - Information Presentation with Michael Ferguson, VP Associate Complex Manager; Annie Diamond, VP, Associate Complex Manager
- 6:45pm - Panel Discussion featuring female Financial Advisors from Morgan Stanley
- 7:00pm - Audience Q&A
- 7:15pm - Networking Continues with Light Bites & Drinks
About our Events: All RSVP'd attendees are welcome. If you require assistance to fully participate in this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will contact you to discuss your specific needs.
The Morgan Stanley Wealth Management Financial Advisor Associate Program is a 36-month training and development program. At the end of the three-phase program, Financial Advisor Associates are prepared to take their place among our elite Financial Advisor workforce.
Unfortunately, PowerToFly cannot admit outside recruiters to this event. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions.
About Morgan Stanley: Morgan Stanley mobilizes capital to help governments, corporations, institutions and individuals around the world achieve their financial goals. For over 75 years, the firm's reputation for using innovative thinking to solve complex problems has been well earned and rarely matched. Morgan Stanley is committed to maintaining the first-class service and high standard of excellence that have always defined the firm. At its foundation are four core values — putting clients first, doing the right thing, leading with exceptional ideas and giving back — that guide its more than 57,000 employees in 1,200 offices across 42 countries1. Visit Morgan Stanley's page on PowerToFly to learn more.
"At Morgan Stanley, diversity is an opportunity – for clients, employees and the Firm. By valuing diverse perspectives, we can better serve our clients while we help employees achieve their professional objectives. A corporate culture that is open and inclusive is fundamental to our role as a global leader constantly striving for excellence in all that we do." — James P. Gorman, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
1 Morgan Stanley Annual Report, December 2017.
Morgan Stanley is an equal opportunity employer committed to workforce diversity. (M/F/D/V)
© 2018 Morgan Stanley Wealth Management is a business of Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC. Member SIPC.
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