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Explore a collection of press and media featuring our work and people.
December 18, 2020
Director of Investment Research Rebecca Patterson joined Bloomberg TV to explain hedging currency risk, balancing assets to generate returns in a zero-interest rate environment, and the Fed’s role in helping facilitate economic growth in coordination with fiscal support looking ahead.
Our culture of meaningful work and meaningful relationships, and radical truth and radical transparency makes working at Bridgewater a unique place for personal and professional growth. Learn why 92% of employees say Bridgewater is a “great place to work.”
December 4, 2020
In a comprehensive interview with Barron’s, Director of Investment Research Karen Karniol-Tambour discusses the trends that will dominate the post-pandemic investment world, including diversification with interest rates at zero, the increasing power of fiscal policy, and what China’s latest five-year plan means for investors.
December 1, 2020
A seven-year veteran of the firm, Jenn made Bridgewater history as the youngest person ever to be promoted to her role as a strategist and advisor to our clients.
November 24, 2020
Director of Investment Research Rebecca Patterson joined CNBC to explain why the zero-interest-rate environment is causing investors to use large tech stocks as a way to get the kind of protection they used to get from bonds.
November 17, 2020
Co-CIO Greg Jensen joined Reuters’ “The Exchange” podcast with Anna Szymanski to discuss the paradigm shift the US faces as the era of monetary policy dominance ends and fiscal action becomes the major driver of growth. Greg describes the macroeconomic landscape, geopolitical tensions, and storeholds of wealth, encouraging investors to rethink their approach to asset classes.
The lack of volatility following the 2020 US election can be attributed to dominant forces shaping today’s markets and economics. Co-CIO Bob Prince joined “Squawk on the Street” to discuss these conditions, why the benefits of the liquidity don't affect all assets equally, and why a shift in politics is unlikely to ease these pressures.
Bridgewater’s Head of Corporate Engagement and 16-year veteran of the firm is recognized alongside other industry leaders for her impact, leadership, and mentorship of others.
In an appearance on Bloomberg TV, Co-CIO Bob Prince asserted that the dynamics of the current prevailing economic forces will persist, and reiterated the importance of geographic diversification as the East and West continue to see divergent outcomes with respect to the impacts and response to COVID-19.
As our Chief Legal Officer and Corporate Secretary, Tracey Yurko leads the legal and corporate governance functions for Bridgewater, managing legal risk across the firm and its funds. She was recently recognized by Corporate Counsel as a recipient of their 2020 “Women, Influence & Power in Law” award, honoring top lawyers who have made a remarkable difference in the legal profession.
In the midst of a remote work environment, Bridgewater sought ways to allow team members to safely meet in person — to facilitate collaboration and benefit from the richness of face-to-face interactions. Our team responded by building a tented outdoor office space at our Westport, CT headquarters.
Fulfilling dual roles as a researcher and idea-generator within our investment engine, as well as partner to Bridgewater’s sophisticated institutional client base, Senior Portfolio Strategist Phil Dobrin has established an impressive track record. He is recognized by Business Insider alongside a short list of others expected to be the next crop of leaders in finance.
Rob Copeland’s Wall Street Journal article, “Second Top Female Executive at Bridgewater Says Firm Paid Her Less Than Men,” was inaccurate because Copeland intentionally distorted the facts. We will share the facts of this case with you so that you can judge them for yourself.
Co-CIO Greg Jensen joined Squawk on the Street to discuss the degree and speed of policy response and its effectiveness, how outcomes may vary between markets and within the US economy, and investment considerations given the massive shift out of nominal bonds.
Drawing on leadership experience from the Israeli Defense Forces, the United Nations, and as an entrepreneur, Bridgewater’s Co-Head of Investment Engine was recognized alongside other influential changemakers in the industry.
In a recent interview with Barron’s Randall Forsyth, Co-CIO Bob Prince discusses how persistent zero bond yields are impacting a traditional 60/40 portfolio, where investors should now look for store holds of wealth, and why geographic diversification in portfolio construction is more important than ever.
In an interview with Bloomberg TV, Director of Investment Research Karen Karniol-Tambour explains why policy makers must now turn to coordinated monetary and fiscal policy to drive economic cycles (Monetary Policy 3), and why geographic diversification is ever more important in today's tri-polar world.
In an interview with Bloomberg TV, Bridgewater Co-CIO Bob Prince describes the market impacts of zero interest bonds, the challenges of managing a portfolio in this environment, and implications for the dollar as reserve currency.
Investment Associate Devon Long was recently recognized on Business Insider’s “Power Players of Quant” list. Having joined Bridgewater in 2012, Devon now leads our trading analytics team, playing a critical role in our investment process with expertise in market microstructure, transaction costs, and systematic trade execution.
An Investment Associate and 11-year Bridgewater veteran, Sean joins a fellowship class that will focus on equipping young leaders to tackle the defining global challenges facing the next generation.
Our Co-Head of the Americas Region, Alan Bowser, has been named to the 2020 EMpower Ethnic Minority Executive Role Model List, supported by Yahoo Finance.
Co-CIO Ray Dalio joins David Brancaccio on NPR Marketplace Morning Report to discuss what should change in a post-pandemic economy and how capitalism can be restructured to better serve more people.
Bridgewater was recognized by 24/7 Wall St. as the best company to work for in Connecticut, joining a list of peers that also make investing in their people a strategic priority.
The Human Rights Campaign is the country's premiere organization supporting LGBTQ+ civil rights. Their annual Corporate Equality Index is considered the gold standard for companies and organizations that strive to be inclusive of members of the LGBTQ+ community. Earning a top score of "100," Bridgewater is proud to be recognized as a top workplace for LGBTQ+ talent.
Head of Investment Research Karen Karniol-Tambour was recognized by Barron's as one of the "100 Most Influential Women in US Finance." Karen joins a group of executives, investment managers, securities analysts, financial advisors, wealth managers, public servants, and policy makers who are leading the modern financial services industry confidently into the future.
Investing in China today provides opportunities for US investors beyond just the potential for a higher return stream. It also equips them with the knowledge and experience to engage with a massive foreign economy in the future. In an appearance at UTIMCO, Co-CIO Bob Prince discussed why it’s critical to be informed on China and ready for the next decade.
Institutional Investor wrote about a recently published guide to diversity and inclusion in business from the Alternative Investment Management Association. Bridgewater's efforts were highlighted as a model that has found success in cultivating a more diverse workforce.
In a recent appearance at Carnegie Mellon University, CEO David McCormick returned to his native Pittsburgh area to speak about why he is proud to have been an early contributor to the city’s growing tech space and to discuss Bridgewater’s outlook on the US economy.
Almost every major driver of global corporate profit margins has improved in the last two decades, boosting equity returns. Co-CIO Greg Jensen examines how sustainable these forces are going forward.
In the ten years Erin has been with Bridgewater, she has played an integral role in shaping our understanding of markets and the global economy. We’re proud to see her recognized alongside a group of trailblazing women in the financial sector — including our own Helene Glotzer and Karen Karniol-Tambour who have recently shared the same honor.
One of the most high-profile women (and millennials) on Wall Street, Karen Karniol-Tambour is reshaping what leadership looks like in the investment industry. Forbes profiled her rise to one of the most important positions at Bridgewater and her unique approach to idea generation and investing.
Jonathan York, Head of Product for Client Service Technology, Named Leading Technologist on Wall Street
Bridgewater's Head of Product for Client Service Technology was recognized by Business Insider as one of eight technologists for leading “the most innovative and ambitious technology projects” at financial firms.
Seth Birnbaum, Senior Portfolio Strategist on Bridgewater's Client Service team, was named to Institutional Investor's 2019 Hedge Fund Rising Stars list. Seth is an integral member of our team working both directly with clients and also behind the scenes to continue evolving the way we support our clients and their portfolios.
Bridgewater was named Institutional Investor's Institutional Hedge Fund of the Year and Macro Hedge Fund Manager of the Year at the publication's 17th annual Hedge Fund Industry Awards
Gardner co-leads our fixed income team, heading up research to convert insights and investigations into the signals we use to trade the bond and credit markets.
Rebecca will join Bridgewater as a senior member of our investment research team. She most recently served as Chief Investment Officer of Bessemer Trust and has more than 20 years of investment management experience.
ATechCrunch feature of Ray Dalio describes the Bridgewater founder's economic outlooks, his latest efforts to spread the gospel of principles-driven decision making, and the influence of the Beatles.
In an exclusive interview on 60 Minutes with Bill Whitaker, our founder and Co-CIO Ray Dalio discusses the American dream, philanthropy, and life inside Bridgewater.
Bridgewater’s Director of Investment Research Karen Karniol-Tambour ranks among a group of the most influential young people transforming business.
Similar to the unconventional paths that lead our employees to Bridgewater, our CEO David McCormick spent more than 20 years in the military, government and business before embarking on his Bridgewater journey. From his service as an Army Ranger in the Gulf War and as the US Under Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs to leading two public companies as President and CEO, David brings tremendous diversity of thought and experience to Bridgewater.
Bridgewater Participates in FundFire's Second Annual Survey of Diversity Initiatives at the Largest Hedge Funds
Embracing diversity and treasuring our differences is core to who we are. To build a workplace rooted in meaningful work and meaningful relationships, we need to ensure that we are growing the best talent and implementing the right programs and policies to promote and retain them. While we’ve made progress, we know that we still have room to improve. Read more about what we are doing in FundFire’s second annual survey of diversity initiatives at the largest hedge funds.
Bridgewater and Genpact have formed a strategic partnership to revolutionize the firm's back office operations. By leveraging artificial intelligence, automation, and technology, we're co-reinventing an approach to human resources, recruiting, and finance.
While Fortune has a long history recognizing the achievements of publicly-held companies, the publication recently released a list of the "25 most important private companies." Bridgewater was named alongside many other prestigious firms based on a methodology that included revenues or assets, social currency, and disruptive impact.
Business Insider's Richard Feloni discusses how Ray Dalio built the world's largest hedge fund around a unique culture of radical transparency and what success means to Ray now at this point in his career. "My concept of success is having others successful without me."