Morgan Stanley Employees Still Missing

September 12, 2001 ( - Morgan Stanley, the World Trade Center's largest tenant, has "limited information" about the fate of its employees based at the towers following the attack on the buildings, according to a message from chairman Philip Purcell posted on the group's Web site.

The company employed 3,500 at the WTC, many who have reported in safely.

Nevertheless, the group’s “immediate focus and concern are for the well-being and safety of Morgan Stanley employees,” Purcell continued.

The firm has made employee assistance counselors available to aid staff members in dealing with the emotional and physical toll that the events have taken on them and their families.

The group also reports that it will be open for business, although security will be heightened.

A call center has been established for employee-related safety concerns at 888-883-4391 or e-mail .