Erin Miles

Co-Head of the Investment Engine, Co-Head of Equities Research
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Erin Miles joined Bridgewater in 2009 and is Co-Head of the Investment Engine, Co-Head of Equities Research, a member of the Investment Committee and Operating Committee, and a Partner at the firm. She shares responsibility for the strategy and oversight of Bridgewater’s Investment Engine and is responsible for leading research to convert insights and investigations into systematic cause-and-effect investment algorithms. Beyond this, she is also the lead investor pioneering Bridgewater’s systematic approach towards carrying out micro research at scale, overseeing and directing a task force spanning Bridgewater’s technology, engineering, and investment groups. Her views on trends in the financial markets and the implications for global economies have frequently been featured in the firm’s highly regarded daily research pieces, the Bridgewater Daily Observations.

Erin has always had both a passion and affinity for leadership and has played a growing role in building and shaping the firm’s investment community with an emphasis on promoting values of diversity and empowerment for women early in their careers. She is a Millennium Fellow at the Atlantic Council and was named to Crain's 2021 list of ‘Notable Women in Banking and Finance’.  Erin studied neurobiology and economics as an undergraduate at Harvard, focusing on the intersection between human behavior and economics.

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More from Erin Miles
November 1, 2022
Erin Miles, Khia Kurtenbach
Many of the key markers of an inflation-driven bear market bottom are still missing today — little real economic weakening, few signs the central bank is ready to move to easing, and, as of yet, not much repricing of equities beyond the direct drag from rising interest rates.
October 8, 2021
Erin Miles, Jason Cheal
Co-Lead of Equities Research Erin Miles describes the vulnerabilities we see in pockets of the equity market, especially the US, as central banks wind down their quantitative easing.
August 4, 2021
Erin and Kate join a fellowship class that will focus on equipping young leaders to tackle the defining global challenges facing the next generation.
May 21, 2021
Erin Miles, Nassim Fedel, Jason Cheal
This stage of a recovery is usually bullish for equities because stronger growth outweighs tightening liquidity. In this research, Co-Lead of Equities Research Erin Miles and Investment Associates Nassim Fedel and Jason Cheal explain why today may be different.
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.
March 8, 2021
All year long, we ask our best people to represent us on the biggest stages. On International Women’s Day, it is fitting that Karen Karniol-Tambour, Rebecca Patterson, Erin Miles, and Helene Glotzer are talking to the world about their views on markets and leadership.
September 22, 2020
Karen Karniol-Tambour, Rebecca Patterson, Erin Miles, David McCormick
Directors of Investment Research Karen Karniol-Tambour and Rebecca Patterson and Co-Lead of Equity Research Erin Miles join CEO David McCormick to discuss our latest research initiatives and offer advice from their journeys to the top of Bridgewater’s investment team.
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.
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