Morgan Stanley Smith Barney plans to continue to trim underperformers from its financial advisor force in addition to the 300 positions that it severed in the first quarter, a spokesperson for the firm confirmed on Tuesday.

The plan to continue scaling down Morgan Stanley Smith Barney’s wealth management force were first made public in statements by Morgan Stanley Chief Financial Officer Ruth Porat at the Deutsche Bank Global Financial Services Conference on Tuesday, according to reports.

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