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Operations is one of the largest divisions in the firm and has diverse responsibilities, including correctly settling and recording millions of transactions per day, identifying and mitigating all operational risks, developing strong client relationships and partnering with technology to realize the full potential of IT and e-solutions. Throughout, the Operations department continually seeks ways to improve while actively supporting the development of new businesses, structures and markets.
Wealth Management Operations
Global Wealth Management Operations provides brokerage, investment and financial services to hundreds of thousands of individual investors. We apply our expertise in serving institutional clients to create new opportunities for people to achieve their personal financial goals. Morgan Stanley has one of the largest retail brokerage networks, with numerous worldwide representatives and retail locations. Our services are tailored to each client's investment objectives, risk tolerance, and financial needs. Products include mutual funds, stocks, bonds, and alternative investments where appropriate, as well as banking, mortgages, insurance and annuities.
Morgan Stanley (MS) is a global financial services firm that conducts its business through three principal business segments, Institutional Securities, Wealth Management (WM), and Asset Management. The WM network includes more than 15,000 Financial Advisors (FAs) with total client assets of over $2 trillion. WM provides comprehensive financial advice and services to its clients including brokerage, investment advisory, financial and wealth planning, credit & lending, deposits & cash management, annuities, insurance, retirement and trust services. MS is expanding its deposit and lending services to serve the retail banking, private banking and commercial banking needs of WM clients. Private Banking Operations (PBO) is an organization that supports this effort. PBO is seeking a high quality Director to be a part of our change management team that supports the key banking change initiatives.
The Margin Associate monitors the daily activities of cash and margin accounts to ensure compliance with the regulations of the Federal Reserve Board (Regulation-T), FINRA, and Morgan Stanley?s own internal credit policies. Analyzes accounts with credit and risk issues associated with risky trading strategies. Issues maintenance calls on accounts that fall below minimum margin requirements.
File extensions with FINRA on open trades. Reviews and approves client requests for payments, transfer of assets within Morgan Stanley Wealth Management and transfer of assets to other financial organizations. The Margin Associate responds to branch inquiries related to, but not limited to, cash available, buying power, option calculations, margin day trading, trade through violations and disbursement approvals.
The Margin Associate reviews and maintains the accuracy of customer margin account records of securities purchased creating REG-T, House and FINRA calls.
The Margin Associate interacts with the branch network regarding the remediation of margin accounts requiring action due to down market exposures creating House and FINRA calls and deficit equity.
The Margin Associate ensures that all customer accounts with outstanding regulatory exceptions are brought into compliance regarding retention house requirements, FINRA 4210, and Regulation-T.
The Margin Associate conducts daily account surveillance activities and enforces sellouts and buy-ins with the Branch offices. Work on ad-hoc projects within the department.
Prepare and present Margin presentations and reports to management as well as the Field.
Bachelors Degree preferred but not required provided its offset by a minimum of 2 to 4 years of industry experience.
Series 7 registration preferred or the ability to obtain.
Understanding of financial markets, equities, fixed Income products, and option strategies.
High level of customer service.
Strong problem solving and analytical skills.
Ability to use appropriate analysis, judgment, and logic when solving problems & making decisions.
Excellent teamwork, communication and presentation skill.
Desire to work in a Team Oriented environment.
MS Suite literate (Excel, Word, Access, Outlook).
Ability to listen and communicate effectively with others both verbally and written.
Ability to relate well with others and build relationships.
Ability to work under pressure in a time sensitive environment.
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