And about 53% of the new MDs were based in America. 26% are based in Europe; 11.8% are in Hong Kong.
They’ve worked for Goldman, Credit Suisse, BofA, Citi, Deutsche… You name it.
Some are geniuses (like Heath Windcliff). Some are superstar macro investors (like Mark van de Zwan). And some are long-time veterans of the bank (like MaryBeth Cagney).
There’s obviously a lot of names here. We managed to get through 50 of them.
If you know anything about these new stars please let us know!
And here’s Morgan Stanley’s newest round of promotions:
Jared E. Abbey – Advised the New York Fed on Prudential’s takeover of AIG’s Taiwanese unit, AIA
Tevfik Aksoy – was an executive director. Chief Economist for Turkey, the Middle East and North Africa. Has an MA and PhD in Economics from the University of Delaware. Joined Morgan Stanley from Deutsche Bank in ’04
Jeanne Andreana – Previously a VP at Citigroup Asset Management, and Senior VP at Wachovia Securities and Prudential. She earned degrees from SUNY Albany and Iona College
Colin Aylward – based in UK.
Sudhir Bassi – based in Mumbai.
John Bertrand – Business Operations Analyst.
Johannes K. Borsche – based in Frankfurt. Co-Head of Corporate Finance Execution for EMEA Region in global Capital Markets. Former VP at Deutsche Bank.
Caren Byrd – was an Executive Director in the bank’s Global Power and Utility Group.
Marybeth Cagney – based in Hungary, and has been with the bank since 1987.
Peter Cai – PhD who handles portfolio risk management and risk analysis on a global scale
Traian Carabas – before Morgan Stanley, he was a director at Merrill Lynch and an associate at JP Morgan. He earned a degree from Stern at NYU and an MBA from Columbia. He’s part of a group on LinkedIn called ROWS – Romanians on Wall Street.
Patrick Cassereau – was made head of the bank’s fixed-income capital markets group in Mexico, and was poached from BofA. He’s a Chicago Business School grad, who also worked at Barclays.
Nick Chan – an ex-Goldman Sachs banker. Ran Morgan Stanley’s Indonesian private bank before moving into a newly-created recruiting and staff development role in Asia.
Sebastian Crapanzano – with bank since 2000.
Virginia Crew – based in the UK, and previously worked at Goldman Sachs.
Amr Diab – head of Egypt.
Mandy J DeFilippo – worked on a Wal-Mart pricing agreement
Juliet Estridge – was an associate director of research. Has worked for the bank since 2000. Based in UK. Sent a letter to the SEC on behalf of Morgan Stanley in support of “the SEC’s proposed rule to require registrants to submit financial data using XBRL in a phased approach.” A chapter she wrote in a book called “Morgan Stanley ModelWare’s Approach to Intrinsic Value: Focusing on Risk-Reward Trade-Offs In Equity Valuation: Models from Leading Investments,” is used in a class at Columbia business school.
Margaret Flynn-Martin – was an executive director. Based in New York.
Allison Gorman Nachtigal – was an executive director. Worked at Smith Barney prior to Morgan Stanley and graduated from Hamilton College. In 2005 due to an email debacle, she took over the responsibilities of another banker who was put on leave, which involved billionaire Ron Perelman – she had to testify in court over it.
Anna Harrison – has been with the bank since 1994.
Edward Huang – Joined the private equity group in 2007 after five years advising on telecomm, media and technology sectors in China. He focuses on private equity transactions in China. Was previously with Merrill Lynch, and is based in Hong Kong. He has a B.A. in Economics and East Asian Studies from Yale University and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.
Kristian Ness-Hansen Heugh – has a CFA.
Rebecca Hogan Dorrian – was an executive director. She earned an MBA from Columbia Business School and lives on the Upper East Side with her entrepreneur husband. They got married in Georgia.
Katy Huberty – was a VP. Is a tech analyst based in New York. Graduated from the University of Wisconsin. Said in November that China is an “”unappreciated” potential growth driver for Apple, setting a $375 “base case” target for the company’s stock and a “bull case” scenario where Apple shares could reach $500 by next fall.”
Jasmine Lu – Analyst based in Hong Kong. She graduated from Columbia’s Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science.
Denise McCool – is in the bank’s law practice.
Dana Ritzcovan – was an executive director. Works in Human Resources and previously worked in the same department at Credit Suisse, and in asset management for the Swiss bank.
Diane Simons – is in the tax counsel group.
Joan Steinberg – was an Executive Director. Has been with the bank for 14 years, and previously worked for American Cancer Society Education and is a Rutgers grad.
Francois Thomas – runs the risk management group for financial sponsors and real estate opportunity funds in Europe.
Mark van der Zwan – described as “one of the most influential investors in global macro,” he is a portfolio manager for Alternative Investment Partners Fund of Hedge Funds, focusing on global macro, multi-strategy, convertible bond arbitrage and quantitative strategies. Before Morgan Stanley he was a senior consultant for Alan D. Biller & Associates and researcher at the National Research Council of Canada. He an an MBA from Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada and is CFA-designated.
Helen Van Ness – CFO of technology, based in New York.
Reuben Wells – based in UK.
Andrew H. Wetenhall – advised in coal producer Walter Energy’s takeover of Western Coal.
Noreen Whyte – based in UK.
Heath Windcliff – Heath Windcliff is a genius. He has a PhD from Waterloo. He first earned an undergraduate degree and a Masters in Applied Mathematics and then “came under the spell of computational finance, in particular a set of interesting risk management problems related to pension plan design and management.” He earned his PhD in Computer Science in 2003. Windcliff manages a team responsible for the research and development of algorithmic trading strategies at Morgan Stanley, and wrote scarily smart papers called “The 1/N investment puzzle” and “Analysis of the stability of the linear boundary condition for the Black–Scholes equation.”
Christopher Woodward – has been with the firm 18 years in IT development manager responsible for systems supporting Commodity, Credit, Equity, FX and Interest Rate OTC Derivative confirmations and FX cash middle office.
Zhaotong Xu – based in Hong Kong.
Jonathan D. Yourkoski – with the bank since 2002. UNC grad.
Kevork Zoryan – worked in the Merchant Banking group, focusing on acquisitions for the firm’s various private equity real estate funds. He established the firm’s Los Angeles real estate investing office in 2005, after working as a generalist in corporate finance in the Investment Banking department. Zoryan originally joined Morgan Stanley in 1997. He received a bachelor’s degree from the USC and an M.B.A. from Harvard.
Rogger E. Alvarado
Steven Dorrance Baker
Sally Eddy Bednar
Peter C. Bowden
Michael T. Buchenberger
Robert J. Connors
Isabella da Costa Mendes
Gotzon de Gandiag
Inmaculada Maria Diaz Garcia
D. Craig Edgar
Bryce A. Facktor
Jean Laurent Girard
William James Grant
Wiley Morgan Griffiths
Thomas R. Hartl
David R. Horn
Mark A. Hudspeth
Michael J. Jansen
Brendan P. Johnson
Scott H. Kelley
Sebastian HOF Korbei
Geoffrey D. Kott
Mario Roberto Opice Leao
Philipp E. Lederer
Brian Douglas Lehman
Alberto Lopez Gaffney
Matthew J. Maloney
James J. McAuliffe
David R. McNellis
Eduardo Freitag de Miras
Edward J. Molloy, Jr.
David F. Morrison
Alfonso J. Munk
Sebastian T. Pollems
Nicky P. Ranganathan
James R. Rieger
Richard Henry Mitchell Robinson
Daniel M. Shane
Daniel P. Simet
Alexander M. Smith
Terence F. Sullivan
John M. Sweeney
James Chor-Kiu Tam
Chark Hoe Tan
Mark A. J. Taylor
John Jacob Vander Zee
Johann von Wersebe
Paul Richard Walsh
James S. Watson
Michael S. Weiss
Richard J. Wong
Stephen S. Zannetos
Jessica Changfei Zhao.