Forget too big to fail. For adviser Larry Watts the wirehouses are too big to care. At 60, he decided Morgan Stanley was stifling his career. Watts says he wanted to focus his attention on clients, not navigating bureaucracy or worrying about changes to a compensation plan.
In short, it was time for a move.
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