Dane joined legendary hedge fund for a fellowship and stayed for the battle of ideas

In 2017, Carsten Stendevad joined a one-year senior fellowship program at the world's largest hedge fund Bridgewater Associates. The former ATP CEO has since converted that fellowship into a career at the firm, known for its distinct corporate culture, where he is now responsible for constructing sustainable investment portfolios utilizing Bridgewater's world-famous investment know-how.

"We believe that the marrying of Bridgewater's portfolio construction intellectual property with sustainability will create a portfolio that delivers strongly on the financial side while also being in alignment with the SDGs. That's the essence," Carsten Stendevad says in an interview with AMWatch. | Photo: PR / Bridgewater Associates

In March 2017, the founder of the world's largest hedge fund, Bridgewater Associates, Ray Dalio, announced that his US-based firm would undergo several personnel changes.

One of these was welcoming Carsten Stendevad to its Senior Fellowship Program. Dalio described participants of this program as "highly distinguished individuals" that spent a year at Bridgewater to "explore the firm's culture and lend their expertise and insights to the organization."

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