Morgan Stanley Investment Management has launched a new website which will provide information on investment products and performance.
The site will also contain portfolio data for UK institutional investors including pension funds.
The site has a news and research section which features the latest news on the firm and a link to Morgan Stanley’s Global Economic Forum which gives users access to the latest views of Morgan Stanley’s economists.
It also has a portal to Morgan Stanley’s Client Links website which provides clients with password protected access to online account information, risk analytics and monthly statements.
Clients can also access up to date research as well as interact with portfolio managers via conference calls and presentations.
Morgan Stanley Investment Management director of UK business development, Ian Martin, said: “We are pleased to offer UK institutional investors – including pension funds – a convenient and user friendly means of assessing product information and investment research. We hope current and prospective clients will use this site to gather information and to share their ideas with us.”
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