Morgan Stanley may face a fine of more than $10 million for failing to archive a number of e-mails needed in connection with Securities and Exchange Commission investigations. Published reports said that a final decision on any penalty is likely still months away.

Morgan Stanley has said that the documentation problems happened under the watch of former chief executive Philip Purcell, who stepped down in June, and is hoping any fine is under $5 million.

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