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Is it Time for Och-Ziff to Do a Management Buyout?

S&P’s reduction of its credit rating on the hedge fund firm is the latest blow to the multistrategy firm, which has suffered $13 billion in redemptions over the past 13 months owing partly to now-settled legal woes. With its share price tanking, is it worth it for the company to stay public?

How long can Och-Ziff Capital Management remain a publicly traded company? The question is being raised after the once high-flying multistrategy hedge fund firm headed by Daniel Och suffered yet another body blow on Monday, when S&P Global Ratings lowered its credit rating from BB+ to BB. This moved the firm’s

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