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Morgan Stanley is an American multinational financial services corporation headquartered in the Morgan Stanley Building, Midtown Manhattan, New York City. Morgan Stanley operates in 42 countries and has more than 1300 offices and 60,000 employees. According to the Scorpio Partnership Global Private Banking Benchmark the company had 1,454 USD Bn of assets under management in 2014, an increase of 17.5% on the 2013 figure.The corporation, formed by J.P. Morgan & Co. partners Henry S. Morgan , Harold Stanley and others, came into existence on September 16, 1935, in response to the Glass-Steagall Act that required the splitting of commercial and investment banking businesses. In its first year the company operated with a 24% market share in public offerings and private placements. The main areas of business for the firm today are Global Wealth Management, Institutional Securities, and Investment Management. Wikipedia.

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Morgan Stanley | Date: 2015-01-22

A data feeds platform, comprising a data feed using a data feed protocol. The data feed protocol comprises, a feed header defining at least one identification attribute, a data header defining a data structure comprising data nodes, each data node corresponding to a subset of the data, and a data section, the data section storing the data according to the data structure. A plurality of heterogeneous data protocols is stored. A data input is received in one of the plurality of heterogeneous data protocols. The data input is converted to the data feed protocol, creating the data feed.


A method and a system environment are disclosed that allow for installation of an instance of an ensemble application into a container in excess capacity of an existing server and that allows the instance to coexist with a legacy application on the server and communicate with other instances of the ensemble application on other servers.


Patent
Morgan Stanley | Date: 2015-01-06

A system that can detect when abnormal trading activity is occurring and take action to halt the detected abnormal trading activity without human intervention using a computer-implemented anomaly detection and action stage that performs an exponential weighted averaging of trade order flow, on a per symbol basis within a sliding volume based window and a volume based exponential weighted averaging, on a per symbol basis, on trade update messages received during the sliding volume based window and checks for an inflection in covariance between them. A related method is also described.


Patent
Morgan Stanley | Date: 2015-05-18

A method and a system environment are disclosed that allow for installation of an application into excess capacity of an existing server and that allows the application to coexist with a legacy application on the server without interfering with the legacy application and without requiring a new host name.


Patent
Morgan Stanley | Date: 2016-05-19

A topology aware distributed storage system includes a plurality of storage nodes, at least one client node, and a storage manager and metadata store. A user-defined storage policy specifies where data is stored within a topological hierarchy of nodes within the network. A hierarchical ring topology including a hierarchical structure of rings representing an organizational structure of nodes is computed and flattened into a single global ring divided into segments corresponding to a unique range of integers and associated with a replica set responsible for storing a key corresponding to one of the integers. A hash function is performed on a user key received from the client node, and the hashed key is looked up on the flattened global ring stored on each storage node to identify the replica set responsible for storing data corresponding to the hashed key.


Relating resources expended by a securities research entity to revenue received by a financial services firm including the securities research entity. A computer system may receive account revenue data indicative of revenue received by the financial services firm from a first customer investment account for at least securities trade execution by the financial services firm for the first customer investment account. The computer system may also receive account expense data indicative of expenses incurred by the securities research entity on behalf of the first customer investment account. The computer system may determine a market condition-adjusted elasticity for the first customer investment account. The market condition-adjusted elasticity, determined based on at least one market condition for securities, may indicate a relationship between the expenses incurred by the research entity on behalf of the first customer investment account and the revenue received by the financial services firm from the first customer investment account.


Patent
Morgan Stanley | Date: 2014-01-03

Various embodiments are directed to systems and methods for offering a security to potential investors. In various embodiments, a plurality of bids may be received on the security. The bids may be divided by investors into a plurality of investor segments. One of the investor segments may comprise potential investors who are customers of the issuer of the securities. The shares of the offering may be divided into a plurality of tranches where each of the tranches corresponds to one of the investor segments. Shares in a first tranche may be allocated to the corresponding investor segment according to a first allocation method. Shares in a second tranche may be allocated to the corresponding investor segment according to a second allocation method.


Patent
Morgan Stanley | Date: 2014-10-08

A computerized method of identifying accounts stored in a database of an account management system, for review under jurisdictionally relevant CIP/AML/KYC requirements is described, as is a computerized account database access tool having a data extraction module, an inclusion rules module, an exclusion rules module and a merge and aggregate module.


Methods of facilitating a partys purchase of an electricity-generating solar power system are disclosed. The methods may comprise entering into, by the lender, an agreement with the party whereby, in exchange for a payment amount paid by the lender to a seller of the solar power system, the lender owns and is to sell up to 100% of the electricity generated by the partys solar power system after installation for a contract time period defined by the agreement. The methods may also comprise paying, by the lender, the payment amount to the seller for the solar power system. The contract time period may extend, for example, until sales of the electricity by the lender after installation generate an aggregate payment amount that meets or exceeds a specified level. The contract time period or unit quantity might also be fixed. The lender may also receive environmental attributes from the party.


Patent
Morgan Stanley | Date: 2016-03-23

A distributed computing environment comprises a plurality of distributed computer systems interconnected by one or more data networks. The plurality of distributed computer systems executes a plurality of applications. At least one of the distributed computer systems executes a data flow software tool that identifies potential data flows between the plurality of applications and generates a GUI that shows at least one upstream application and/or at least one downstream application for a subject application. The subject application can be selected by a user via the GUI; the at least one upstream application is an application that provides an incoming data flow to subject application; and the at least one downstream application is an application that receives an outgoing data flow from the subject application. In addition, the data flow software tool (when executed by the at least one computer system) receives, via the GUI, from the user, a first input for the at least one upstream application and/or a second input for the at least one downstream application. The first input comprises a verification that the at least one upstream application provides the incoming data flow to the subject application and the second input comprises a verification that the at least one downstream application receives the outgoing data flow from the subject application.

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