Och-Ziff Performance, Assets Rise

Dec 2 2010 | 2:35pm ET

Och-Ziff Capital Management bucked its peers last month, with all four of its hedge funds posting positive performance while early index reports indicate that November was a losing month for the average hedge fund.

The New York-based firm said its Global Special Investments Master Fund is up 11.4% on the year after rising 0.9% last month. Och-Ziff's flagship OZ Master Fund wasn't far behind in November, adding 0.8% to hit 7.6% for the year.

The firm's other two funds, OZ Asia Master and OZ Europe Master, rose a more modest 0.2% and 0.15%, respectively.

Och-Ziff also said its assets under management rose by $400 million on the month to reach $27.6 billion.


In Depth

FINtech Focus: Fundbase Aims To Revolutionize Access To Hedge Funds

Jan 23 2015 | 11:03am ET

Global investment in financial technology—also known as fintech—is booming....

Lifestyle

Ex-Hedge Fund Billionaire Won’t Run For Senate

Jan 23 2015 | 5:48am ET

Ex-hedge fund manager Tom Steyer will not run for Senate after Sen. Barbara Boxer...

Guest Contributor

From Switzerland With Love: Some Hard Truths About Central Banks And Risk

Jan 23 2015 | 7:54am ET

In the wake of the Swiss National Bank uncoupling the country’s currency from...

 

Editor's Note