Over there, I suspect, this is intended to be a reassuring message, following troubled times on Wall Street. The phrase resonates with a plain, steady wisdom that is almost proverbial. Is there not, lurking behind it, the ghost of another powerful adage, suggesting patience and steady progress: 'One day at a time'? In a British context, though, the associations are less positive. 'One client at a time' is more a threat than a promise: wait in an orderly queue and we'll get to you when we're ready. Probably not what Morgan Stanley had in mind.
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