The world’s largest hedge fund wants to minimize regulatory and tax risks.
| A meeting at Bridgewater, 2011|
Ray Dalio’s $90 billion Bridgewater Associates is seeking a “tax director” to build and manage its sizable government payments, according to a person familiar with the plans.
The senior-level position will be responsible for ensuring tax and accounting compliance, filing returns, responding to questions from regulators—including audits—and generally providing high level tax strategy, according to the person. They will also hire and manage a team to handle the work.
Reporting to Bridgewater’s head of finance, the position will also advise Dalio and other senior executives about the