Morgan Stanley has shifted the roles of several top executives as the firm sets out to strengthen its international presence, according to a company memo from Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman obtained by On Wall Street.

In the memo, Gorman announces that Colm Kelleher, co-president of institutional securities, will relocate to London and assume new responsibility for Europe, the Middle East and non-Japan Asia. The heads of those regions will report to Kelleher, who will also have responsibility for the firm’s global sales and trading business.

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