Morgan Stanley’s new chief executive officer says that current financial advisor recruiting is at the lowest level he has seen in his decade of overseeing wealth management businesses.

James Gorman said that the industry went through a “frenetic period” of deals, dislocations and mergers. “I truly believe that the industry is moving to a more rational recruiting model,” he said on a conference call Wednesday announcing Morgan Stanley’s fourth quarter results.

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