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Hedge Funds Daniel Och

  • Feb 22- Snap Inc Chief Executive Evan Spiegel received $637.8 million as total compensation last year after the company went public, the third-highest annual payout ever received by a company's CEO. Spiegel's payout trails the 2007 and 2008 compensations of Daniel Och, CEO of hedge fund Och-Ziff Capital Management Group, according to ISS Analytics, the data...

  • Feb 22- Snap Inc Chief Executive Officer Evan Spiegel received $637.8 million as total compensation as the company went public last year, the third-highest annual payout ever received by a company's chief executive. Spiegel's payout trails the 2007 and 2008 compensations of Daniel Och, CEO of hedge fund Och-Ziff Capital Management Group, according to ISS...

  • Feb 22- Snap Inc Chief Executive Officer Evan Spiegel received $637.8 million as total compensation as the company went public last year, the third-highest annual payout ever received by a company's chief executive. Spiegel's payout trails the 2007 and 2008 compensations of Daniel Och, CEO of hedge fund Och-Ziff Capital Management Group, according to ISS...

  • Robert Shafir, a veteran wealth management industry executive, will succeed Daniel Och on Feb. 5, the company said in a statement. Och, who founded the $32 billion firm in 1994 and had been chairman and CEO from the start, will remain chairman through March 2019. Shafir had been CEO of Credit Suisse Americas and co-head of its private banking and wealth management...

  • Robert Shafir, a veteran wealth management industry executive, will succeed Daniel Och as chief executive officer on Feb. 5, the company said in a statement. Och, who founded the $32 billion firm in 1994 and had been chairman and CEO from the start, will remain chairman through March 2019. Shafir had previously been CEO of Credit Suisse Americas and co-head of its...

  • BOSTON, Jan 29- Och-Ziff Capital Management director William Barr is leaving the hedge fund's board at the end of the month, marking the first visible fallout from a battle over who will run the firm in the future. The firm told investors late last month that it was "not the right time" to promote co-Chief Investment Officer James "Jimmy" Levin to CEO.

  • NEW YORK, Jan 26- Och-Ziff Capital Management Group LLC rode bets on Asian stocks and U.S. corporate mergers to strong returns in 2017- its best showing in years- but remained challenged by succession planning, declining assets and a stagnant stock price. Its flagship hedge fund, the OZ Master Fund Ltd, gained an estimated 10.4 percent net of fees in 2017, according...

  • Dan Och

    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.

  • Gavel and judge, making a decision

    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.

  • Inside the 2016 Robin Hood Gala

    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.

  • Kenneth Griffin

    The biggest hedge fund managers have more money and more sway than ever before, and they are wielding greater political influence.

  • Ray Dalio, Bridgewater Associates

    Critics love to hate hedge fund fees and performance, but the industry is poised to grow even more in 2015.

  • (left to right) Jacques (Jack) Brand, CEO, Deutsche Bank North America, and the Gustave L. Levy Award recipient; John Paulson, president, Paulson & Co. Inc.; Brett H. Barth, managing partner, BBR Partners, LLC, and the Alan C. Greenberg Young Leadership Award recipient; and Robert S. Kapito, president, BlackRock, and chair, UJA-Federation of New York’s Wall Street & Financial Services Division.

    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.