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Bridgewater loses another chiefBY ALLY SELBY | WEDNESDAY, 4 DEC 2019 12:21PM
Eileen Murray, co-chief executive of the world's largest hedge fund, Bridgewater, is stepping down from her role, leaving her counterpart and co-chief executive David McCormick to lead the US$160 billion dollar firm.
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