Och-Ziff Funds Rise In Nov., Assets Hit $32B

Dec 5 2012 | 11:54am ET

Och-Ziff Capital Management posted gains across the board in November.

The firm's four hedge funds rose between 0.36% and 1.03% last month, the publicly-listed firm said. They are between 4.46%, Och-Ziff's Asia Master Fund, and 10.01%, its flagship Master Fund, on the year.

November's gains contributed to a $200 million jump in New York-based Och Ziff's assets under management, which stood at $32 billion on Dec. 1. The firm is now in striking distance of its all-time high of $33.4 billion, set five years ago.


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