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SIR ANTHONY TENNANT, CHAIRMAN OF GUINNESS PLC, TO JOIN MORGAN STANLEY

SIR ANTHONY TENNANT, CHAIRMAN OF GUINNESS PLC, TO JOIN MORGAN STANLEY
 NEW YORK, Oct. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Morgan Stanley Group Inc. today announced that Sir Anthony Tennant, chairman of Guinness PLC, will become a senior advisor and a director of Morgan Stanley International upon his retirement from Guinness on Dec. 31, 1992.
 Richard B. Fisher, chairman, and Robert F. Greenhill, president, of Morgan Stanley Group Inc. said: "Sir Anthony is one of the international business community's most respected and accomplished figures. He will play an active role in the continuing development of our international business, as well as with certain of the Firm's projects and clients. We very much look forward to his contributions and counsel."
 Morgan Stanley Group has a major presence in Europe, with more than 1,400 employees at Morgan Stanley International in London, and with additional offices in Frankfurt, Luxembourg, Zurich, Milan and Paris. Stephen M. Waters and Steven Ward, co-heads of Morgan Stanley's European operations, said: "We're delighted that Sir Anthony has agreed to join us. His experience in the international business arena is unparalleled and will be of great benefit to our clients."
 Sir Anthony has been chairman of Guinness PLC since May 1989. He joined Guinness as group chief executive in March 1987. Prior to joining Guinness, he was deputy group chief executive of Grand Metropolitan plc, where he had overall responsibility for the group's two largest divisions comprising brewing and retailing plus wines and spirits.
 Sir Anthony, who was knighted in June 1992, is a non-executive director of the International Stock Exchange of the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland Ltd. He is also a non-executive director of Guardian Royal Exchange and a non-executive director of BNP UK Holdings Ltd., the U.K. holding company of the Banque Nationale de Paris Group. Sir Anthony is also a non-executive director of Forte Plc. He joined that company's board of directors as deputy chairman, effective Oct. 15, 1992.
 It was announced recently that Sir Anthony will succeed Lord Carrington as chairman of Christies PLC at the Company's AGM in May 1993. He will become a member of Christies board of directors as of Jan. 1, 1993.
 In addition to his corporate involvements, Sir Anthony is a member of the British Overseas Trade Board Japan Trade Group; chairman of the Priorities Board for Research and Development in Agriculture and Food; a member of the Advisory Board of INSEAD; a member of the President's Committee of the Confederation of British Industry and chairman of the Europe Committee; a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing; and a trustee of the Cambridge Foundation.
 Morgan Stanley Group Inc. is a major international financial services firm with offices in the world's principal financial centers.
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 /CONTACT: Jeanne Donovan Andrews, Media Relations, 212-703-4058, or John Studszinski, managing director, in London, 071-425-5513, both of Morgan Stanley/
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