Biography

Samantha is the global head of consultant relations and head of the North America institutional sales team for Morgan Stanley Investment Management (MSIM). She is also the co-head of MSIM’s Global Diversity Council. She joined Morgan Stanley in 2007 and has 17 years of industry experience. Previously, she was the co-head of MSIM’s international consultant relations team covering the U.K., Europe and Asia. Prior to that, she was the retail investment product manager in the wealth management division of Suncorp Metway, Australia, and practiced as a banking and finance lawyer at Mallesons Stephen Jacques, Australia. Samantha received a B.Bus. with distinction in international business and a B.Law with honours from the Queensland University of Technology, Australia, a Grad.Dip in applied finance from the Financial Services Institute of Australasia, and a Grad.Dip in legal practice from the College of Law, Sydney. She is also a qualified solicitor.
 
 
 

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