Morgan Stanley may scale back prime-brokerage ops-NY Post

Trading Markets – Morgan Stanley is looking at scaling back its prime-brokerage operation, selling assets or buying a faltering regional bank, the New York Post said citing sources.

The firm may also try to work out a way to piggyback on to the $1.3 trillion deposit base of Japan’s Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, the paper said citing people familiar with the matter.

Mitsubishi UFJ took a 21 percent stake in Morgan Stanley for $9 billion earlier this week.

The firm is also eyeing trimming its balance sheet and exiting, or scaling back, from businesses that don’t provide high returns, like prime-brokerage, trading of corporate bonds and high-yield debt, the paper added.

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