Pimco’s current management is manning the phones to keep assets at the firm in the wake of the departure of its founder Bill Gross. Pimco Chief Executive Douglas Hodge hosted a string of calls with financial advisers and brokers including Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley according to the Wall Street Journal. Meanwhile, Pimco Executive Vice President Joseph Deane told a group of 300 Morgan Stanley advisers in Miami that they should remain loyal to the firm. The Wall Street Journal reported Monday that Pimco, which is a unit of German insurer Allianz, suffered roughly $10 billion of withdrawals from the $2 trillion it oversees following the exit of Gross. TheStreet's Gregg Greenberg has details.