Morgan Stanley Wealth Management
|Headquarters||New York, NY|
|Key People||James Gorman, CEO, Chairman; Greg Fleming, President|
|Products||Brokerage, Wealth Management|
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management is the brokerage and asset management division of investment bank Morgan Stanley. The company announced on September 25, 2012 that it would be changing its name from Morgan Stanley Smith Barney to Morgan Stanley Wealth Management. 
The company traces its roots to 1873, when Charles D. Barney founded the company that would eventually become Smith Barney. Smith Barney would eventually become part of Travelers Group, which Sandy Weill merged with Citicorp in 1998 to form Citigroup, Inc..
In 2009, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney was created from a global merger of Citi Smith Barney and Morgan Stanley's wealth management business. 
In September 2012 the company changed its name to Morgan Stanley Wealth Management.
Products and Services
The firm provides the traditional functions of wealth management - financial planning, portfolio management, trust and advisory services, specifically for high net worth individuals.
- Morgan Stanley Smith Barney is Now Morgan Stanley Wealth Management. Morgan Stanley.
- Goodbye, Smith Barney: Morgan Stanley Wealth Management Starts Tues.. Wall Street Journal.
- Smith Barney Name to Join Wall Street’s Dustbin. New York Times Dealbook.
- Our History. Citi.