Bridgewater has been shaping the industry for the past 40 years. We have received more than 50 industry awards in the past 10 years, including recognitions for industry innovation, performance, quality of research, client service, and client satisfaction. We have also been acknowledged as a "best place to work" and for making more money for our clients than any other hedge fund in the history of the industry. Below is a collection of media about our work and culture.
RAY DALIO AT THE NEW YORK TIMES NEW WORK SUMMIT ON BRIDGEWATER'S DISTINCT CULTURENEW YORK TIMES WORK SUMMIT | MARCH 2017
Ray Dalio and New York Times editor Charles Duhigg have a powerful conversation about how Ray has built a strong value-based culture at Bridgewater that encourages creativity, excellence and innovation at The New York Times second annual Work Summit.
Charlie Rose Interview with Ray Dalio
Charlie Rose Show | September 2017
The chairman and co-chief investment officer of Bridgewater Associates introduces his new book, “Principles: Life and Work."
Could You Work at a Place Where Everyone Gets to See Everything and People Always Tell You What They Really Think?
LinkedIn | April 2016
At most companies, everybody works two jobs: their actual job and the extra job of managing other people’s impressions of them to make themselves look good. In such an environment, people tend to hide their mistakes and those of others out of fear that pointing them out will lead to their own mistakes being exposed.
The Power of Not Knowing
INSTITUTIONAL INVESTOR | MARCH 2015
To make money in the markets, you have to think independently and be humble. You have to be an independent thinker because you can’t make money agreeing with the consensus view, which is already embedded in the price.
50 LEADING WOMEN IN HEDGE FUNDS 2013: AN INTERVIEW WITH EILEEN MURRAY
The Hedge Fund Journal | 2013
Eileen Murray is co-president and co-COO of Bridgewater. These titles make her accountable for a wide swathe of responsibilities, including the Back Office Transformation Project, counterparty relationships, and the office of CEO.
Is Ray Dalio the Steve Jobs of Investing?
AICIO | Winter 2011
Business as usual ends at the gates of Ray Dalio’s Bridgewater Associates. Inside the $125 billion hedge fund’s Westport, Connecticut-based headquarters, radically different behavior at an individual and corporate level rarely ceases to astonish.