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Och Ziff sees assets grow by $800m, Europe Master Fund gains +2.35% in January

Wednesday, February 02, 2011
Opalesque Industry Update – New York based hedge fund firm Och Ziff Capital Management started 2011 notching solid gains, with the firm’s Europe Master Fund leading at +2.35%. Other performance included:

OZ Master Fund +1.62%
OZ Asia Master Fund +1.09%
OZ Global Special Investments Master Fund +1.96%

According to a filing with the SEC the firm also saw its assets under management increase by approximately $800m, bringing firm-wide assets to $28.4bn.

Och Ziff is expected to give its full year 2010/4Q2010 results on February 10th. The firm’s stock continues to claw its way back up, ending at 16.16 on Monday, up significantly from its 2008 low of $3.99.

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