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Eileen Murray Portrait

Eileen Murray is Co-CEO, Co-President, Co-Chief Operating Officer and a member of the Management Committee at Bridgewater Associates, LP.  Ms. Murray has over two decades of Wall Street experience, having held senior leadership roles at Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse as a member of both firm’s Management Committee and Executive Committee.  She was also appointed the first female member of Credit Suisse’s Executive Board.

Ms. Murray joined Morgan Stanley in 1984 and held the positions of Controller, Treasurer as well as Chief Operating Officer for the Institutional Securities Group.  In 2002 Ms. Murray joined Credit Suisse as a Management and Executive Board member and Head of Global Technology, Operations and Product Control.  She returned to Morgan Stanley in 2005 as an Executive and Management Committee member, as well as Head of Global Technology and Operations.

Prior to joining Bridgewater in 2009, she had most recently served as President and Management Committee member of Duff Capital Advisors.

Ms. Murray is currently a member of the Board of the YMCA of Greater New York, the Business Council for International Understanding and Inwood House.  She has served on the Board of Governors of Argonne National Laboratory at the University of Chicago, the Hewlett Packard Financial Services Board of Advisors, OMGEO Board, Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation Board (DTCC), the Board of Trustees of Manhattan College (where she earned her B.S. in Accounting), and the American Women’s Economic Development (AWED) Corporation.

In recognition of her leadership in the financial services industry, Ms. Murray has received the Women’s Bond Club Merit Achievement Award, Legal Momentum’s Aiming High Award, the Urban Stages Humanitarian Award and most recently, the YMCA of Greater New York’s Arts & Letters Award for Outstanding Leadership in November 2013.  She was also named one of Hedge Fund Journal’s 50 Leading Women in Hedge Funds in 2013, and U.S. Banker named her as one of the 20 Most Powerful Non-Bank Women in Banking in 2008.

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