Morgan Stanley News
Morgan Stanley is an American transnational financial services company founded by Henry Morgan and Harold Stanley in 1935 and headquartered in New York. Morgan Stanley’s banking practices are mostly built upon institutional securities, investment management and wealth management. Morgan Stanley has offices in more than 42 countries and is one of the world’s major financial institutions, with total assets of more than $814 billion. Morgan Stanley’s technology departments are strongly interested in blockchain technology. Morgan Stanley’s blockchain research and development process is covered on their official website. The latest Morgan Stanley’s news on blockchain implementation indicate that the company does not see cryptocurrency and blockchain as being suitable for major banking at this stage of development.
Is the crypto custody market becoming too big for established banks to ignore?
You’ve got the power? Legacy banks aim high with new crypto offerings
The price of Bitcoin is beginning to recover after news broke that Morgan Stanley's investment arm is considering buying BTC.
Bitcoin price rebounds as Morgan Stanley reportedly considering buying BTC
Another domino falls in crypto’s institutional takeover
Morgan Stanley to consider Bitcoin for $150 billion investment wing
MicroStrategy's massive push into Bitcoin is paying off, with shares skyrocketing and huge new investment from Morgan Stanley.
Morgan Stanley now holds 10% stake in Michael Saylor's MicroStrategy
Gemini exchange continues to strengthen its global expansion strategy.
Former Morgan Stanley exec joins Gemini crypto exchange
A crypto derivatives exchange says it can handle 300,000 transactions per second and offers 99.9999% availability, meaning it is less susceptible to outages.
Ex-Morgan Stanley Executives Bring Expertise to Crypto Trading
Major investment bank Morgan Stanley is buying online trading firm E*Trade Financial Group, which would extend the bank’s offerings to everyday investors.
Financial Giant Morgan Stanley Acquires E*Trade in $13B Deal