Kevin Brennan

Co-Head of the Investment Engine and Director of Investment Systems
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Kevin joined Bridgewater in 2003 and is Co-Head of the Investment Engine and Director of Investment Systems. He is responsible for the oversight of our investment systems, which includes converting our investment insights into trading rules and ensuring our understanding is reflected in the construction of our client portfolios and implemented accordingly. He is also a member of the Investment Committee, the Operating Committee, and a Partner at the firm.

Prior to joining Bridgewater, Kevin worked as an actuary at Equitable, earning a Fellowship in the Society of Actuaries, and then as a consultant at McKinsey & Company. Kevin received an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA in Mathematics and Economics from Binghamton University. Kevin currently serves on the Investment Advisory Board of the Leadership Now Project, as well as on the Board of the Center for Political Accountability. Kevin is also a Fellow of the 2019 class of the Aspen Institute’s Finance Leaders Fellowship and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.

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September 24, 2020
Larry Cofsky, Kevin Brennan, Shane Murphy
With monetary policy stretched to its limits, fiscal policy is more important than ever in offsetting the ongoing economic drag from the virus. Meanwhile, the US stimulus has begun to fade while other countries never had sufficient stimulus to begin with. Bridgewater’s research team explores the nature and impact of fiscal policy across the world.
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