The settlement with one of the largest publicly-traded hedge fund companies was made public on Tuesday in the U.S. District Court in Manhattan and requires court approval. It followed Och-Ziff's $412 million settlement in Sept. 2016 of a U.S. Department of Justice criminal probe, and came 18 days after U.S. Investors accused Och-Ziff of inflating its stock...
District Judge Nicholas Garaufis in Brooklyn ruled on Thursday that the SEC could not collect fines, recoup profit or obtain injunctions because it had missed a five-year deadline to sue the defendants, Michael Cohen and Vanja Baros. The SEC accused Cohen, who headed the hedge fund's European office, and Baros, an executive for African-related business, of...
Och-Ziff Capital Management will pay $412 million to resolve U.S. probes into the hedge fund's role in bribing officials in several African countries.
A federal judge certified a class-action lawsuit against Och-Ziff Capital related to a bribery probe, only to throw it out six hours later.
Wall Street's top dogs partied the night away at the 2016 Robin Hood benefit Monday night in New York City, and raised money for a worthy cause.
The biggest hedge fund managers have more money and more sway than ever before, and they are wielding greater political influence.
Critics love to hate hedge fund fees and performance, but the industry is poised to grow even more in 2015.
The New York financial community raised more than $26 million for Jewish causes in one of the single largest charity events of the year.
Nov 2- Och-Ziff Capital Management, one of only a handful of publicly traded hedge fund firms, on Friday reported quarterly earnings that beat Wall Street's forecasts, fueled by higher performance fees and lower taxes.