AUM drops but Oaktree dubs 2017 a "strong" year

By Grace Jennings-Edquist

Alternative investment specialist Oaktree Capital Management has reported a slight decrease in assets under management for the year of 2017 – but the Los Angeles-based firm’s chief executive described the year as a “strong” one for the company

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