Gary G. Lynch, Morgan Stanley’s chief legal officer who made his name in the Wall Street corruption cases of the 1980s, is stepping down from that role but becoming part of the management team in London, the firm said Tuesday.
Lynch, 59, is best known for his role as enforcement chief at the Securities and Exchange Commission when the agency brought charges against insider trading charges against Dennis Levine, Ivan Boesky and Michael Milken.
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