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NEW YORK, March 1 (Reuters) - The world's largest hedge fund manager, Bridgewater Associates, is once again changing its leadership structure, according to a note posted on LinkedIn Wednesday.
Billionaire firm founder Ray Dalio will no longer serve as co-chief executive officer of the Westport, Connecticut-based firm, but will remain co-chief investment officer and co-chairman.
The move comes as Jon Rubinstein, a former technology executive who was hired as co-CEO in May, plans to leave the firm but will remain an advisor.
David McCormick, already Bridgewater's president, will join Eileen Murray as co-CEO. (Reporting by Lawrence Delevingne; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama)