Darling promoted at Morgan Stanley
Bermudian Michael J.A. Darling has been promoted to managing director at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management in New York.
Mr Darling, 59, of Warwick, runs the Island Group, an experienced group having more than 115 years of combined industry experience, serving an international clientele that includes wealthy families, ultra-high net worth individuals, foundations and public and private businesses. The group functions in the style of an elite, independent family office, the global financial services company said.
Mr Darling attended Saltus Grammar School. He holds a bachelorís degree in business from Indiana University (Bloomington), graduating in 1984, and has worked in the wealth management business since 1985.
He is president of the board of trustees of the American Friends of the National Museum of Bermuda Inc, a fundraising body.
He lives in New York with his wife, Mary and two children.
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