Until last April, the young advisor now at the center of Morgan Stanley's massive client data breach was a sales assistant who spent the majority of his career under the tutelage of one the firm's wealth management teams.

Despite his junior status within the 1211 Group, the client data Galen Marsh allegedly gained access to in December belonged to Morgan advisors from across the country, according to people who spoke with advisors working with clients whose information was included in the data breach.

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