Morgan Stanley has picked up a former Deutsche Bank Securities advisor with $350 million in assets and more than $2 million in production.

Advisor Martin Domres joins Morgan Stanley in Baltimore, Md., and has more than three decades of industry experience.

Domres, who was a quarterback with the Baltimore Colts before becoming an advisor, began his career in 1981 at A.G. Edwards, according to FINRA records. He moved to Alex, Brown & Sons and had been with Deutsche Bank since 2001.

He will report to branch manager Scott Boylan.

Morgan Stanley had 16,321 advisors at the end of June. 

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