(Bloomberg) -- Morgan Stanley is targeting $200 billion in wealth management client deposits, an almost 50% increase as it seeks to compete with commercial banks for the funds.

The firm will introduce certificates of deposits and structured CDs as well as expand its mobile cash-management tools, Greg Fleming, who leads the wealth management unit, said at an investor conference in Florida Tuesday. Fleming declined to set a date to meet the target.

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