WealthManagement Magazine

Errata and Clarification

Due to an editing error, a Where Are They Now? brief in the Ten To Watch feature package (August 2005) was incorrect. Specifically, Eric Dinallo, head of regulatory matters for Morgan Stanley and a member of the Ten To Watch list in August 2004, was misquoted. We inadvertently attributed to Dinallo a quotation that was actually said by another Morgan executive. It should have read: How he's doing:

  • Due to an editing error, a “Where Are They Now?” brief in the Ten To Watch feature package (August 2005) was incorrect. Specifically, Eric Dinallo, head of regulatory matters for Morgan Stanley and a member of the Ten To Watch list in August 2004, was misquoted. We inadvertently attributed to Dinallo a quotation that was actually said by another Morgan executive. It should have read:

    How he's doing: Has established productive regulatory dialogue on many levels — accurately predicted and interpreted new challenges in the regulatory environment, with recognized advances in the firm's regulatory relations and matters.

    We regret the error.

  • Due to an error by a Smith Barney spokesperson, September's Top 50 Advisors table erroneously listed Ed McNamee, a Smith Barney rep, as having $5.2 billion in AUM. In fact, he has $550 million AUM.

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