Morgan Stanley expects to hire 75 advisors in the U.S. this year to target rich Latin Americans investing in the world's biggest economy, part of a strategy to focus on the region as other international banks retreat.

"We plan to continue to recruit successful teams from our competition this year," James Jesse, the New York-based firm's head of international wealth management, said in an interview.

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