After it became clear that he was not likely to become chief executive, Greg Fleming decided to step down as president of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Fleming had been with Morgan since 2009, and helped the firm grow and adjust following its acquisition of Smith Barney.
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