Nina Lozinski joined Bridgewater in 2017 and is now Head of AI & Machine Learning Investment Strategy. Partnering with co-CIO Greg Jensen, she leads a team of 20+ investors, engineers, and technologists that is breaking new ground on how Bridgewater harnesses the power of AI and Machine Learning in their systematic investment process. This work focuses on deeply understanding the current state of AI and machine learning and prospective evolution of the technology, as well as impacts on markets and economies to build an investment reasoning engine that can assist in the development of new research insights around how to measure interactions in markets.
Nina started her Bridgewater career on the Equities Research Team before moving to Client Service, primarily partnering with our clients in Asia. In recent years, her research has focused on developing Bridgewater’s systematic approach to carrying out micro equity research at scale. She is a frequent contributor to Bridgewater’s Daily Observations, the firm’s daily research publication widely read by policy makers, heads of state, and decision makers for the world’s largest pools of capital, and she is also responsible for jointly leading Bridgewater’s two-year training program for newly-hired investment associates. Nina, a California native, studied computational and applied mathematics at the University of Chicago before joining Bridgewater.
Co-CIO Greg Jensen says of Nina, “I am lucky to work with Nina. Her curiosity and intellect, coupled with a tremendous work ethic and commitment to excellence, have led to an impressive trajectory in a very short time — from working deep inside Bridgewater’s research and investment engine to engaging with its most senior investment thinkers and tackling client problems. I believe that with Nina, this is only the beginning — she is emerging as one of the world’s experts on harnessing the power of machine learning in understanding markets and economies, and I expect she’ll lead the industry in the years to come.”
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