Morgan Stanley announced Monday it will buy Solium Capital, a Canadian company that prepares stock plans for start-ups, for $900 million.
These sultry pieces are bound to set hearts racing.
Morgan Stanley just made its biggest bet since the financial crisis in a bid to win the hearts and minds of unicorn startup employees
Morgan Stanley bought stock-plan operator Solium Capital on Monday to add potential customers to its wealth management business.
For $900 million, the bank will add Solium's 3,000 clients and 1 million participants at startups like Stripe, Instacart, and SpaceX, as well as more established companies.
Morgan Stanley wants to win the hearts and minds of startup employees.
The Wall Street firm on Monday announced the $900 million purchase of Solium Capital, which runs a platform for keeping...