Credit drives strong returns for five of the largest asset managers in the business

By Michelle D'Souza

Carlyle is close to hitting its ambitious fundraising target; direct lending has been kind to Ares; and Och-Ziff has decided to shed its US CLO risk retention stakes after exiting its financing agreements

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