Morgan Stanley to buy Calgary-based Solium Capital for $1.1 billion

?U.S. bank Morgan Stanley has signed a deal to buy Calgary-based Solium Capital Inc. in a cash deal valued at about $1.1 billion.

Under the agreement, Morgan Stanley will pay $19.15 per share for Solium, which helps companies manage employee stock plans.

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