SEC To Question Morgan Stanley Exec

Law360, New York (July 21, 2006, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Just days after a former Securities and Exchange Commission attorney sued for access to documents from an insider trading probe involving Morgan Stanley chief John Mack, the agency has contacted Mack for more information regarding the allegations.

Morgan Stanley issued a statement saying that Mack would cooperate with the agency.

“John immediately responded that he is happy to meet with the commission staff, and he welcomes the opportunity to put to rest any issues surrounding this matter,” the bank said.

The Morgan Stanley chief is expected...
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