Co-CEO of Bridgewater reportedly may leave hedge fund, has been contacted about Wells Fargo top job
A co-CEO of the world’s largest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates, is thinking about leaving the fund, The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.
Eileen Murray, who has been with the fund for extra than a decade, has been approached through Wells Fargo about its open government role, the Journal said.
Murray has spoken both internally and externally about leaving Bridgewater, people acquainted with the depend informed the Journal.
Wells Fargo has been looking out for a CEO seeing that Tim Sloan stepped down in March after the three-decade Wells Fargo veteran was unable to rectify a scandal his predecessor left. The scandal concerned employees at the fourth-biggest U.S. bank growing fake debts to meet sales quotas.