Senior Vice President, Wealth Advisor, Sports & Entertainment Director, Morgan Stanley
Octavius “Ted” Reid is a senior vice president, wealth advisor, and sports and entertainment director for Morgan Stanley. He manages a diverse range of client financial portfolios, including individual, institutional, pension and profit sharing plans.
Reid received a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Rutgers University, specializing in finance and accounting. He has also earned his Certified Investment Management Analyst certification granted by the Investment Management Consultants Association through the Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania.
Reid has developed a special area of focus working with clients in the sports and entertainment industries. He has been quoted and featured in several prominent publications, including Billboard, New Jersey Business and USA TODAY where he was referred to as “broker to the stars, athletes and their lawyers.” He has appeared on several television and radio talk networks, including CNBC and CNN. In 2002, Ted was inducted into the Black Entertainment and Sports Lawyers Association’s Hall of Fame. He is also serving his third term on the Board of Governors of the National Academy of Arts and Sciences.