Bridgewater targets corporate pensions with new All Weather fund

By Lawrence Delevingne

Thu Dec 15, 2011

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All Weather III is designed for company life-cycle funds with daily liquidity.


   
  A Bridgewater management committee meeting earlier this year (Photo: Michael Edwards)
Workers can't put their 401(k) savings in a Bridgewater Associates 2030 Fund, but corporate pensions are now more likely to use the firm's leveraged beta All Weather strategy as part of their custom retirement target date funds for employees.

Ray Dalio's $120 billion firm, headquartered in Westport, Connecticut, registered a daily liquidity version of its popular All Weather Strategy with the Securities and Exchange Commission this week in an effort to "put a toe in the water" of the defined contribution market, according to a person familiar with...

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