James Gorman

We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which James Gorman is associated, including York and Davos. Most recently, James Gorman has been quoted saying: “There is certainly more reason to be optimistic as we enter 2017 than there was at the beginning of 2016.” in the article Optimism among S&P 500 CEOs as Trump takes power. An other article where James Gorman has been quoted is Morgan Stanley, Citi plan Brexit job moves: sources.

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There is certainly more reason to be optimistic as we enter 2017 than there was at the beginning of 2016.

But to the extent we have to comply with, obviously, the Brexit rules, we'll be putting a headquarters somewhere in continental Europe and that will have some implications going forward.

Not really ... We've got massive geopolitical uncertainty. We've got the second largest economy in the world China going through a major transition. There's a lot of geopolitical risk in the obvious regions North Korea, parts of Middle East. ... There's a lot to remain cautious about, and I think our house position, and certainly how I feel, is the world is getting better, but this will not be in a straight line.

I'll be very clear about this, I'm not a fan of getting rid of Dodd-Frank, from the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

But if we're at a solid 3 percent growth, I think that's a really good outlook for the U.S.

Looking to 2017, we are optimistic and see upside from a normalization of volumes.

The year was more challenging for the equity underwriting market since volatility and idiosyncratic risk events kept many would-be issuers on the sidelines.

This quarter we saw record revenues in wealth management and a strong performance in our sales and trading business. While the environment was more challenging for our equity underwriting and asset management businesses, our expense initiatives remain on track. Overall the results reflect steady progress against our long term strategic goals.

The big winner for Brexit will be New York; you'll see more business moving to New York.

The first quarter was characterized by challenging market conditions and muted client activity.

We enter 2016 with a continued focus on managing expenses across the firm and driving up returns for our shareholders.

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