Morgan Stanley legal chief promoted to vice-chair role
Morgan Stanley's chief legal officer Gary Lynch has been named as the bank's vice chairman, a move which coincides with the retirement of international general counsel Keith Clark. Lynch is set to relocate from New York to London to take up the new vice chairman post, where he will work with the bank's co-president Walid Chamman, as well as continuing with his current legal post. Lynch, a former executive vice chairman at Credit Suisse and partner at David Polk & Wardwell, will report to Morgan Stanley chief executive John Mack, who is based in New York.
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