Christopher Toregas Named To Pacesetter’s Club At Morgan Stanley Wealth Management

Morgan Stanley announced today that Christopher Toregas, a Financial Planning Specialist in its Wealth Management office in New York City, has been named to the Firm’s Pacesetter’s Club, a global recognition program for Financial Advisors who, within their first five years, demonstrate the highest professional standards and first class client service.

Chris, who has been with Morgan Stanley Wealth Management since 2010, is a native of Chevy Chase, MD. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Skidmore College where he graduated with Honors from the business program. Chris currently lives in New York City.

Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, a global leader, provides access to a wide range of products and services to individuals, businesses and institutions, including brokerage and investment advisory services, financial and wealth planning, banking and lending, cash management, annuities and insurance, retirement and trust services.

Morgan Stanley is a leading global financial services firm providing a wide range of investment banking, securities, investment management and wealth management services. The Firm's employees serve clients worldwide including corporations, governments, institutions and individuals from more than 1,200 offices in 43 countries. For further information about Morgan Stanley, please visit www.morganstanley.com.

Morgan Stanley Wealth Management Pacesetter’s Club members must meet a number of criteria including performance, conduct and compliance standards, revenue, length of experience and assets under supervision. Club membership is no guarantee of future performance.

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