Morgan Stanley has distributed $50 million in fund restitutions to investors who bought funds between Jan. 1 2000 and Nov. 17, 2003 and were not told about incentives brokers received for selling certain funds or the higher fees they earned through B shares, Compliance Reporter reports.

Morgan Stanley either credited the payments to clients' accounts or issued them a check.

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