Sadomasochistic Megabank Courting Area Hedge Fund Manager To Be Its Next Dominatrix/CEO
If Wells Fargo wants Bridgewater’s Eileen Murray to be its next CEO, then Wells Fargo might actually be ready to change.
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If there’s one thing we can say about Wells Fargo without a shred of doubt, it’s that Wells Fargo has had a hard time in recent years being honest with itself about itself.
In fact, The Stagecoach has spent a few dozen months in quasi-absolute denial about what it did and what it has become. The bank’s lame attempts at reputational rehab have consisted mostly of logo redesigns and promoting veterans to fix what their departed colleagues broke. It’s been “fun” to watch…in the same way that watching a drunk slip and fall in their own vomit is “fun.”
But today we have a little piece of news that leads us to believe that Wells Fargo might finally be interested in some major introspection:
Bridgewater Associates co-Chief Executive Officer Eileen Murray has held repeated conversations inside and outside of the firm about leaving the world’s largest hedge fund, according to people familiar with the matter.
Ms. Murray was recently contacted by representatives of Wells Fargo & Co. about the bank’s open CEO role, people familiar with the matter said. Wells Fargo representatives also called people close to Ms. Murray as part of that process. Ms. Murray subsequently tipped off the job possibility to others at Bridgewater, these people said.
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Murray, Eileen [MC????]
[JR: Rather sexist headline?]
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I believe that Eileen is a member of the Class of 1980.
She also is (or was) a member of the Board of Trustees at the College.
McEneney, Mike (MC1953)
[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]
Murray, Eileen [MC1980]
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