Och-Ziff Capital Management disclosed that its assets under management (AUM) reduced by $700 million, The Wall Street Journal reports. The alternative asset manager reported $29.3 billion in AUM as of July 1.
The New York-based firm’s Europe Master Fund dropped 2.24% in June, while its Asian fund posted a 0.84% gain last month. Och-Ziff’s Global Special Investments Master Fund increased by 0.56%.
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