Managing Director, Morgan Stanley

Thomas E. Moore, III

As a Managing Director with Morgan Stanley, Thomas Moore draws on more than 40 years of diverse financial services industry experience to craft highly customized investment strategies for a clientele of private clients, foundations and endowments.  Delivering comprehensive wealth management solutions, Thomas produces sophisticated asset allocation strategies, provides guidance on multigenerational wealth transfer plans, and oversees various types of global equity, fixed income and alternative product portfolios.  Prior to joining Morgan Stanley in April of 2023,  Thomas was a Senior Managing Director with First Republic Private Wealth Management, where he spent 10 years working with high-achieving entrepreneurs, executives and their families. Earlier in his career, he served as a Director and Investment Representative with Barclays Wealth for five years and as a Principal and Financial Advisor with Bernstein Global Wealth Management from 1998 to 2009. At all three of these firms, he advised and managed investments for sophisticated U.S. and global client relationships. From 1988 to 1998 Thomas was with the New York Stock Exchange, where, as a Managing Director, he was responsible for U.S. new business development and strategies, managing U.S. listed company relationships. He also served as a member of the NYSE Eligibility Review Committee charged with reviewing the qualifications of companies and approving their listings. He began his career as a Credit and Lending Officer with several New York-based money center banks, including The Bank of New York and Citibank, completing Citibank’s extensive Credit Training Program. Thomas earned his bachelor’s degree in economics from Stanford University in 1981.

Thomas is very active in numerous educational, cultural and charitable organizations. He currently serves as an advisory council member of the Stanford University Center on Longevity, an executive board member of the Elton John AIDS Foundation, a trustee of Bomb Magazine, and a board member of United World Schools, USA.