The former Och-Ziff Capital Management is done with its bribery dealings.
We’re sure he agrees it was well worth the trouble.
Which is only slightly less than his former firm owes to investors due to the bribery.
Were you wondering why Och-Ziff Capital Management changed its name? Me either, but allow CEO Rob Shafir to allude to the reasons in broad strokes.
He’s lost enough money to prove his point.
A year-and-a-half under Dan Och is plenty for Alesia Haas, thank you.
Michael Cohen was (allegedly) one creative briber.
The people of New Hampshire wish to ski free and have Och-Ziff die.
Oh, like EVERY fund isn't dealing with 11 figure withdrawals? Oh, they're not?
The SEC could overlook bribing a few African government officials, but not -like- all of them.
And cheeses and meats.
Engaging in massive bribery will do that to you.
Which would be a marked departure from the hedge fund's previous way of doing business.
Hopefully that'll cover it.