FT Partners plans for $400 million SPAC — Morgan Stanley arm eyes bitcoin — Top people moves on Wall Street
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- FT Partners and Bregal Sagemount are teaming up on a $400 million SPAC.
- A Morgan Stanley investment arm is reportedly considering making a move into bitcoin.
- Our weekly wrap of all the people moves across Wall Street.
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