Morgan Stanley Executive to be Honored at This Year’s LST Event

Jay S. Dweck, Managing Director, Global Head of Strategies and Modeling at Morgan Stanley, will be honored at this year’s Leadership and Service in Technology Award Reception. The event is planned for Wednesday, June 9, 2010 at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Midtown at 6:00pm.

Jay joined Morgan Stanley in 2007 as a Managing Director, Global Head of Strategies and Modeling for the Institutional Securities Group (ISG). In this capacity, Jay runs Morgan Stanley Innovative Data, Environments, Analytics & Systems (IDEAS), an integrated quantitative and technology organization formed to create a sustainable, commercial advantage for Morgan Stanley by reshaping the Firm’s businesses around innovative people, processes and systems. IDEAS includes revenue-generating, business unit-embedded desk strategist teams, and systems, data, and technology teams with a broad range of expertise across those data sources, applications, environments and technologies used by the Firm’s sales and trading, banking and investment management businesses. Jay was appointed to the Firm’s Management Committee in 2009.

Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Jay was the head of Core Strategies, and then Equities Strategies for the Global Strategies Group at Goldman Sachs. He was also the chief technology officer for Fixed Income, Equities and Financing Strategies. He joined Goldman Sachs in 1994 in Fixed Income and became a managing director in 1997 and a partner in 2000.

During his career Jay was president of 100% Software Solutions, a vice president at Simulation Sciences Inc., president of JSD Simulation Service Company, a member of the MIT Energy Lab and a vice president of the Merix Corporation.

Jay is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Xi, AIChE, ACM and MAA societies. He also serves on the board of the Perlman Music Program, and the MIT Chemical Engineering Visiting Committee and is a patron of Carnegie Hall.

Jay earned BS, MS and Eng degrees in Chemical Engineering and a BS in Math from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1977.

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