Morgan Stanley Japan–2002 Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Thierry Port-president of Morgan Stanley Japan, spent a busy day of November in Tokyo with Eric Best, head of Morgan Stanley, scenario planning, showing exercises that operation in Japan will participate in the near future. Japan is still mired in recession, and unfortunately the attempt to stimulate economic activity. US-led global economic crisis, partly caused by the post-September 2001, the war against terrorism, has complicated the situation and contributed to hard times in the industry of investment banking. The port has been at the helm of the Tokyo office in 1995 and has grown its revenue base of $ 1.2 billion and 1,500 employees - the point where he made a healthy contribution to the bottom line of the company and was his second goal of non-US office (after London). He contemplated whether it was time to invest further in Japan, for the maintenance of the course, or actively manage the resources of Japan. Includes color exhibits.
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by Tarun Khanna, Louis P. DiLorenzo Jr. Source: HBS 11 pages. Publication Date: February 4, 2002. Prod. #: 702458-PDF-ENG

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