Oaktree’s Marks: Investors likely to `hang in there’ with alts amid volatility concern


Oaktree Capital, private equity
Vistitors check out the sights around the Angel Oak tree in Charleston, South Carolina September 24, 2013. Massive canopy shades stretching more than 17,000 square feet and a trunk wider than 25 feet in circumference have drawn generations of visitors to the centuries-old live oak tree on an island near historic Charleston. A group aiming to preserve the majestic tree for decades to come is racing against a fall deadline to raise the $1.2 million needed to protect surrounding land from development that environmentalists say would harm the oak's health. REUTERS/Randall Hill (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS) - RTR3FG1E
  • "Money put to work aggressively could bring bigger losses," says Oaktree co-founder
  • Firm has yet to activate $8.9 bln Fund Xb
  • Oaktree AUM dips slightly to $100.2 bln year-over-year
Investing in a low-return environment was hard. The stock market’s sudden dip over the past two weeks made it harder. “I imagine there are some people for whom the declines of the last … 11 days have increased their concern,” ...
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