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Explore a collection of press and media featuring our work and people.
June 30, 2023
Greg joins Bloomberg’s Odd Lots podcast to discuss the opportunities and risks of artificial intelligence, how we’re using AI at Bridgewater, and the potential impacts of AI on the economy and investing. He also describes how the tightening has played out, what we missed, and our outlook going forward.
May 9, 2023
Karen joins the 2023 Sohn Investment Conference to discuss the major shifts — both near-term and long-term — that are likely to have a significant impact on economies and markets.
May 2, 2023
In an interview with CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street,” co-CIO Karen Karniol-Tambour shares her thoughts on the recent banking strains, the Fed tightening, and why today is one of the most dangerous environments for risk assets in decades.
May 1, 2023
Co-CIO Karen Karniol-Tambour joins a panel of industry leaders at the Milken Institute’s Global Conference to discuss a wide range of topics impacting global capital markets and investors. Karen focuses on current credit conditions, the asymmetry she’s seeing in the markets, the paradigm shift from a low inflation world, China as a diversifier, and more.
May 5, 2023
Sarah Fass, Chief Human Resources Officer, has been recognized for her significant impact on the Bridgewater employee experience.
February 7, 2023
Co-CIO Karen Karniol-Tambour joins Bloomberg’s “Next Big Risk” to explain why recessions may be longer and deeper going forward as the fed struggles to intervene effectively.
January 17, 2023
Co-CIO Bob Prince joined Bloomberg TV from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, to discuss his thoughts on the economy in 2023, why a downturn is needed for inflation to fall back to target, and why we are likely entering a more volatile “boom-bust” style environment than the last decade of relatively stable conditions.
December 15, 2022
Co-CIO Greg Jensen sat down with Bloomberg to share his outlook for the markets as we transition into the new year. Greg discusses what investors can expect as we shift from a world fully focused on inflation to one that is increasingly focused on a coming recession.
November 29, 2022
Bridgewater’s Macro Research Team Lead is recognized alongside other rising stars in the industry.
November 17, 2022
Bob shares his views with Milken Institute on today’s self-reinforcing inflation, what needs to happen to bring inflation down, and the likelihood of a coming recession. He also touches on the US relationship with China and the potential ramifications for the economy and capital flows going forward.
October 12, 2022
Nir describes the work required to complete a successful generational transition at Bridgewater and his vision for the firm's future across talent, culture, and business priorities.
Karen Karniol-Tambour on the UK Crisis and the Challenges Markets Face Amid the Pace and Magnitude of Tightening
October 12, 2022
In an interview with Bloomberg Markets, Co-CIO Karen Karniol-Tambour shares her views on whether the UK financial dilemma could spark contagion elsewhere, if central banks are tightening too much too quickly in trying to manage inflation, what the next big risk to assets is likely to be, and the risk of illiquidity in inflation-linked securities.
September 12, 2022
Co-CIO Greg Jensen speaks at the SALT New York forum about the biggest risks he's seeing in markets, Bridgewater's systematic approach to investing, and the big picture dynamics impacting markets and economies today.
July 19, 2022
On an episode of Reuters’ “The Exchange” podcast, Co-CIOs for Sustainability Karen Karniol-Tambour and Carsten Stendevad share their perspectives on the current ESG debate. While agreeing with a number of the common criticisms, they lay out their case for the merits of pursing sustainable investing in a fundamental and systematic way.
July 15, 2022
In a piece published by the Financial Times, Co-CIO Bob Prince explains how environmental biases shape asset returns and how investors can prepare.
June 30, 2022
Partnering with clients to solve their biggest challenges has always been at the heart of everything we do. In an interview with Top1000Funds, Co-CIO Bob Prince, President and Chief Commercial Officer Kyle Delaney, and Head of Americas Brian Lawlor describe today’s challenging environment, the greater need for partnership, and Bridgewater’s efforts in helping clients achieve their strategic objectives.
June 22, 2022
In a piece published by Project Syndicate, Co-CIO Karen-Karniol-Tambour describes the economic, political, and social consequences of today’s energy shortages. These were not created overnight — after years of underinvestment in production capacity, even a small reduction in global supply can send prices skyward, and now policymakers and investors face a full array of difficult choices.
June 16, 2022
In an interview on “Bloomberg Markets,” Co-CIO Greg Jensen discusses the implications of rising interest rates, the growing liquidity hole, and how the Fed’s policies are impacting different financial assets.
June 10, 2022
Alongside other industry leaders, Co-CEO Nir Bar Dea shares insights on what he believes will be the most important innovations over the next 30 years. Nir shared how enabling “open collaboration” is the key to solving humanity’s most difficult problems.
May 23, 2022
Greg joins Bloomberg’s "Odd Lots" podcast to discuss the impact of rising interest rates on the economy, why the Fed is increasingly facing a difficult choice between inflation and growth, and how to build a portfolio in today’s environment.
June 9, 2022
In an interview with Bloomberg Markets, Co-CIO Karen Karniol-Tambour shares her outlook on rising inflation and slowing economic growth, the dilemma this presents for policy makers, and how investors can work to protect their portfolios in the current environment.
May 19, 2022
In a wide-ranging conversation with "The Money Maze Podcast," Co-CIO Karen Karniol-Tambour breaks down today’s challenging investing environment. Drawing on lessons from the past, she explores where investors can find inflation protection, China and the importance of geographic diversification, Bridgewater’s fundamental and systematic approach to sustainable investing, and much more.
April 27, 2022
In an interview with Jessica Pliska for Forbes, Co-CEO Nir Bar Dea discusses growing up in Israel, the potential for growth through failure and reflection, and the power of Bridgewater’s radical transparency.
April 15, 2022
An article published by Institutional Investor credits recent success to a series of structural changes to Bridgewater’s management and investment processes.
April 8, 2022
As a 13-year Bridgewater veteran who leads our fixed income research team, Alex is recognized among 10 distinguished up-and-comers in the industry.
April 8, 2022
As a 16-year veteran of the firm, Co-Chief Investment Officer Karen Karniol-Tambour is recognized alongside an inspiring group of trailblazers in the finance world for the third year in a row.
April 7, 2022
At Bloomberg’s Wealth Summit, Chief Administrative Officer Richard Falkenrath joins Erik Schatzker for a discussion on how recent events have changed the global risk landscape. Drawing on history and his vast experience in the national security realm, Richard assesses the geopolitical implications of rising conflict and offers guidance on managing operational risk in this new environment.
March 28, 2022
In a feature published by The DESK, Head of Trading Execution Tobi Molko unpacks Bridgewater’s systemized approach to trading markets, building great teams, and her reflections on culture and leadership.
February 28, 2022
Co-CIO Karen Karniol-Tambour joined CNBC’s “Closing Bell” to discuss the impact of the Russia-Ukraine War on commodity markets.
February 26, 2022
In an interview with CT Insider, Co-Head of Americas Region and Chief Diversity Officer Alan Bowser explains Bridgewater’s commitment and approach to increasing the diversity of its talent pipeline, including the recently launched Rising Fellows program.
February 3, 2022
Co-CIO Bob Prince describes how too much delay in monetary policy tightening risks a much bigger response as the central bank catches up with inflation.
December 20, 2021
The new Rising Fellows Program will be a three-week virtual experience with a focus on connecting with students from backgrounds underrepresented in the industry.
December 9, 2021
Bridgewater’s Head of Corporate Engagement is honored for being a trailblazer throughout her career who has been clearing the path for women to follow.
November 10, 2021
Steven Kryger, an 11-year veteran of the firm who heads the research team of our founder and co-CIO Ray Dalio and serves as Team Lead, Emerging Markets Research, has been named to the 2021 OUTstanding LGBTQ+ Executive Role Model List, supported by Yahoo Finance. First named to the annual list in 2020, for the second year in a row this award recognizes Steven's efforts to make the workplace more welcoming and inclusive for all, within Bridgewater and beyond.
October 28, 2021
Reflecting on her 17 years at Bridgewater, Head of Corporate Engagement Robyn Shepherd joined the “Her Success Matters” podcast by Investment News to discuss the key questions she wrestles with as both a leader of the firm and a role model to others.
October 26, 2021
Long-time Bridgewater veterans Jessica and Sarah join a growing list of Bridgewater leaders to be recognized for this honor.
October 12, 2021
With the goal of encouraging more women to enter the investment industry, Bridgewater has partnered with the historically women's college to fund a grant to launch the "New Pathways Powered by Bridgewater" initiative.
October 6, 2021
Moving from a founder-led boutique to an enduring institution has been a multi-decade long journey at Bridgewater. A recent LEADERS Magazine article re-traces the arc of our company over the past 46 years, from its founding to the successful transition of leadership to the next generation. Hear from a broad group of leaders at the forefront of our past and present, as they recount the Bridgewater story.
September 29, 2021
A 13-year Bridgewater veteran, Phil is recognized among 25 honorees considered “the future of finance.”
September 26, 2021
Bridgewater is honored to be named one of the best large employers in Connecticut by the Hearst Media Group. In the face of unique pandemic challenges, our employees have found creative ways to adapt and have continued to innovate with the same relentless commitment to our clients, our company culture, and our community.
September 15, 2021
Bridgewater Founder and Co-CIO Ray Dalio joins CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin at the SALT global thought leadership forum, discussing where we are on debt monetization, internal political conflicts, and the rise of China — and what these forces mean for investors.
September 9, 2021
Investment Associate Elena Gonzalez Malloy was recently named to INvolve's 2021 “Top 100 Women Future Leaders” list, recognizing her impact on communities inside and outside of Bridgewater.
Co-CIO Greg Jensen joins co-hosts Grant Williams and Bill Fleckenstein for a wide-ranging discussion on the current macro environment, what’s next for inflation and the dollar, and how to think about bond pricing in an era of central bank intervention.
July 15, 2021
Have investors already piled into the companies most aligned with environmental and social goals, creating an ESG bubble? In a column published by the Financial Times, Co-CIO Karen Karniol-Tambour and Investment Associate Nikunj Jain explain why we suspect the shift into ESG stocks is only just beginning.
June 23, 2021
In recent FundFire coverage, Chief Commercial Officer Kyle Delaney describes Bridgewater’s growing strategic partnerships with institutional investors.
May 7, 2021
As part of a Barron’s centennial roundtable discussion, Co-Chief Investment Officer for Sustainability Karen Karniol-Tambour sheds light on how investors should think about the next 100 years. In this wide-ranging discussion with Tom Slater and Yahoo! Co-Founder Jerry Yang, Karen describes the role of government and policy, evolving geopolitical climate, digital revolution and future of money, and a shift toward impact investing.
April 14, 2021
Karen Karniol-Tambour and Carsten Stendevad to lead effort as Co-Chief Investment Officers for Sustainability.
March 16, 2021
Large, liquid public markets present many opportunities for investors seeking to incorporate environmental and social goals in their portfolios and create impact at institutional scale. Co-CIO Karen Karniol-Tambour discusses how investors can consider implementing sustainability assessments across asset classes at Top1000Funds Sustainability Digital 2021.
March 8, 2021
An 11-year veteran of the firm, Co-Lead of Equity Research Erin Miles has pioneered our systematic approach towards carrying out micro research at scale. She is recognized alongside other industry leaders making impact well beyond their professional accomplishments.
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 95% of employees say Bridgewater is a “great place to work.”
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.
Bridgewater Participates in FundFire's Fourth 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 fourth annual survey of diversity initiatives at the largest hedge funds.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.