Greg Jensen

Co-Chief Investment Officer at Bridgewater Associates

About

Greg Jensen is Co-CIO and head of the investment engine at Bridgewater. He is responsible for Bridgewater’s investment strategies and research efforts alongside fellow Co-CIOs Ray Dalio and Bob Prince. Greg joined Bridgewater in 1996 after graduating from Dartmouth College with a degree in economics and applied mathematics. In 2010, 2011 and 2012, Greg was named one of business’s rising stars in Fortune Magazine’s “Top 40 Under 40.” From 2010 to 2016, he also served as Bridgewater’s Co-CEO.


As Co-CIO, Greg oversees the systemization of Bridgewater’s research into trading strategies, manages the development of proprietary investment management models, directs the design and implementation of client investment strategies, and publishes timely market understanding to clients and global policymakers via Bridgewater’s Daily Observations. Greg has been a key author of the Daily Observations since joining the firm in 1996.


Greg is dedicated to building a community of market thinkers and investment managers who can develop, systemize and compound market understanding better than anyone else in the world. Over the past fifteen years, he has designed training, developed new research methods and invested in cutting edge technology to make this vision a reality.


His wife Valerie founded the Prospector Theater, a non-profit theater in Ridgefield, Connecticut that provides meaningful work for adults with disabilities. Greg is involved in charitable missions around effective altruism and the safe development and use of AI. Greg and Valerie have three children.

Timeline

  • Co-Chief Investment Officer

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