Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman has a new target: Broker compensation.
At an investor conference last month, Gorman set a goal of reducing wealth management's comp-to-revenue ratio to 55% from the current level of just under 60%. To do this, Gorman suggested the firm could increase overall revenues, increase banking and lending revenues, for which advisors are paid a lower rate, and reduce recruiting expenses.
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