OAKTREE CPTL GRP

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symbol OAK
会社名 Oaktree Capital Group LLC (OAKTREE CPTL GRP)
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業種 投資管理_ファンドオペレ―タ―   金融(Financials)
概要 オークツリー・キャピタル・グループ(Oaktree Capital Group LLC)は代替市場に集中する投資管理会社。同社はディストレスト債、社債、制御投資、転換証券、不動産及び上場株式を含む6つの資産クラスに分類される投資戦略で資金を管理する。同社のマネージャーはOaktree Capital Group Holdings GP LLC。同社は世界中の他の機関投資家を代表して資産を管理する。同機関投資家には、100の米国年金制度中の70、米国にある37州、350以上の企業、300以上の大学と慈善基金と財団、及びトップ10の主権国家資産ファンド国中の6を含む150以上の非米国機関投資家が含まれる。平成26年2月10日付け、同社のユニットであり、米国のCenterbridge Partners LPとOaktree Capital Management LPで構成される投資家グループはBillabong International Ltdにおける持分の40.74%を買収した。  オ―クツリ―・キャピタル・グル―プは、米国の投資運用会社。オルタナティブ投資に焦点を当てた事業を国際的に展開。ディストレスト、ハイ・イ―ルド、シニア・ロ―ン、転換社債、プライベ―ト・エクイティ、不動産、新興国市場、株式などの投資商品を提供する。本社はロサンゼルス。  Oaktree Capital Group LLC is an investment management company. It focuses on the investments in distressed debt, corporate debt, controls investing, convertible securities, real estate, and listed equities. The company was founded by Howard Stanley Marks, Bruce Allen Karsh, Stephen A. Kaplan, Larry W. Keele, D. Richard Masson and Sheldon Michael Stone in April 1995 and is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA.
本社所在地 333 South Grand Avenue 28th Floor Los Angeles CA 90071 USA
代表者氏名 Howard S. Marks
代表者役職名 Co-Chairman of the Board
電話番号 +1 213-830-6300
設立年月日 39173
市場名 NYSE(ニューヨーク証券取引所)
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従業員数 930人
url www.oaktreecapital.com
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EBITDA (百万ドル) 411.37000
終値(lastsale)
時価総額(marketcap)
時価総額 (百万ドル) 7833.53500
売上高 (百万ドル) 1386.07900
企業価値(EV) (百万ドル) 13511.65000
当期純利益 (百万ドル) 211.14100
決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018 Oaktree Capital Group LLC revenues decreased 6% to $1.39B. Net income applicable to common stockholders excluding extraordinary items decreased 20% to $211.1M. Revenues reflect Incentive income decrease of 9% to $674.1M Management fees decrease of 2% to $712M. Net income also reflects Net change in unrealized appreciation (d decrease from $55.1M (income) to $164.6M (expense) Other income.

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   India's Rs 11L cr bad loan pile lures global investors: Deloitte  2019/09/27 14:38:25 The Economic Times India
By Denise WeeA growing pile of bad debt in Asia is luring more global investors.That’s the view of consulting firm Deloitte LLP, which estimates that nonperforming loans held by banks across Asia jumped 23% to $640 billion, amid a slowdown in the global economy and simmering U.S.-China trade tensions.China continues to dominate the region’s soured loans, with a total of $295 billion held by Asian banks, while India is the second largest at about $160 billion, according to Deloitte in a report. China’s nonperforming debt has lured global funds from Oaktree Capital Group LLC to Bain Capital Credit, while India needs foreign capital to clean up the world’s worst bad-loan pile.The scale of China’s nonperforming loan market is “on par with even the busiest of European markets,” with Deloitte estimating that 380 billion yuan ($53 billion) of soured debt traded in the secondary market in 2018. Foreign investors were “under-represented,” buying only 4% of these NPL portfolios by value, it said.Overseas investor interest in China has risen over the past couple of years, “with several high-profile buyers entering the market,” according to Deloitte.
   Fed rates cuts are a mistake, says Oaktree’s billionaire co-chairman  2019/09/20 11:27:00 MarketWatch
Our call of the day from Oaktree Capital’s billionaire co-chairman Howard Marks says the economy doesn’t really need rate cuts the Fed’s been doling out.
   'Big Short' investor Michael Burry is calling passive investment a 'bubble.' He's not the only finance luminary sounding the alarm.  2019/08/29 17:33:44 Business Insider
Michael Burry, the investor made famous by "The Big Short," told Bloomberg Wednesday that he sees a bubble in passive investing. Many other money managers have called out the investment strategy, which they say isn't the best course of action for investors in the current market environment. Read more on Markets Insider. Michael Burry, the investor that famously shorted mortgage securities before the 2008 housing crisis, told Bloomberg on Wednesday that he sees a "bubble" in passive investing. That bubble is ignoring small-cap stocks, said Burry, who was a key figure in Michael Lewis' bestselling book "The Big Short" and was played by Christian Bale in the movie with the same name. The problem is happening because the pillars of passive investing — exchange-traded funds and index-based assets— mostly focus on bigger companies. This puts downward pressure on the stocks of smaller companies and has effectively "orphaned smaller value-type securities globally," he wrote to Bloomberg in an email.
   Why Aren’t Investors Worried? Ask Howard Marks  2019/08/05 01:59:00 The Wall Street Journal
Q&A: Oaktree Capital’s co-founder says the duration of the recovery and inflation are causes for concern.
   Zacks.com featured highlights include: Guess?, Denny's, FTI Consulting, Oaktree Capital and RenaissanceRe  2019/07/15 14:01:00 Zacks Investment Research
Zacks.com featured highlights include: Guess?, Denny's, FTI Consulting, Oaktree Capital and RenaissanceRe
   India's Rs 11L cr bad loan pile lures global investors: Deloitte  2019/09/27 14:38:25 The Economic Times India
By Denise WeeA growing pile of bad debt in Asia is luring more global investors.That’s the view of consulting firm Deloitte LLP, which estimates that nonperforming loans held by banks across Asia jumped 23% to $640 billion, amid a slowdown in the global economy and simmering U.S.-China trade tensions.China continues to dominate the region’s soured loans, with a total of $295 billion held by Asian banks, while India is the second largest at about $160 billion, according to Deloitte in a report. China’s nonperforming debt has lured global funds from Oaktree Capital Group LLC to Bain Capital Credit, while India needs foreign capital to clean up the world’s worst bad-loan pile.The scale of China’s nonperforming loan market is “on par with even the busiest of European markets,” with Deloitte estimating that 380 billion yuan ($53 billion) of soured debt traded in the secondary market in 2018. Foreign investors were “under-represented,” buying only 4% of these NPL portfolios by value, it said.Overseas investor interest in China has risen over the past couple of years, “with several high-profile buyers entering the market,” according to Deloitte.
   Fed rates cuts are a mistake, says Oaktree’s billionaire co-chairman  2019/09/20 11:27:00 MarketWatch
Our call of the day from Oaktree Capital’s billionaire co-chairman Howard Marks says the economy doesn’t really need rate cuts the Fed’s been doling out.
   'Big Short' investor Michael Burry is calling passive investment a 'bubble.' He's not the only finance luminary sounding the alarm.  2019/08/29 17:33:44 Business Insider
Michael Burry, the investor made famous by "The Big Short," told Bloomberg Wednesday that he sees a bubble in passive investing. Many other money managers have called out the investment strategy, which they say isn't the best course of action for investors in the current market environment. Read more on Markets Insider. Michael Burry, the investor that famously shorted mortgage securities before the 2008 housing crisis, told Bloomberg on Wednesday that he sees a "bubble" in passive investing. That bubble is ignoring small-cap stocks, said Burry, who was a key figure in Michael Lewis' bestselling book "The Big Short" and was played by Christian Bale in the movie with the same name. The problem is happening because the pillars of passive investing — exchange-traded funds and index-based assets— mostly focus on bigger companies. This puts downward pressure on the stocks of smaller companies and has effectively "orphaned smaller value-type securities globally," he wrote to Bloomberg in an email.
   Why Aren’t Investors Worried? Ask Howard Marks  2019/08/05 01:59:00 The Wall Street Journal
Q&A: Oaktree Capital’s co-founder says the duration of the recovery and inflation are causes for concern.
   Zacks.com featured highlights include: Guess?, Denny's, FTI Consulting, Oaktree Capital and RenaissanceRe  2019/07/15 14:01:00 Zacks Investment Research
Zacks.com featured highlights include: Guess?, Denny's, FTI Consulting, Oaktree Capital and RenaissanceRe
   India's Rs 11L cr bad loan pile lures global investors: Deloitte  2019/09/27 14:38:25 The Economic Times India
By Denise WeeA growing pile of bad debt in Asia is luring more global investors.That’s the view of consulting firm Deloitte LLP, which estimates that nonperforming loans held by banks across Asia jumped 23% to $640 billion, amid a slowdown in the global economy and simmering U.S.-China trade tensions.China continues to dominate the region’s soured loans, with a total of $295 billion held by Asian banks, while India is the second largest at about $160 billion, according to Deloitte in a report. China’s nonperforming debt has lured global funds from Oaktree Capital Group LLC to Bain Capital Credit, while India needs foreign capital to clean up the world’s worst bad-loan pile.The scale of China’s nonperforming loan market is “on par with even the busiest of European markets,” with Deloitte estimating that 380 billion yuan ($53 billion) of soured debt traded in the secondary market in 2018. Foreign investors were “under-represented,” buying only 4% of these NPL portfolios by value, it said.Overseas investor interest in China has risen over the past couple of years, “with several high-profile buyers entering the market,” according to Deloitte.
   Fed rates cuts are a mistake, says Oaktree’s billionaire co-chairman  2019/09/20 11:27:00 MarketWatch
Our call of the day from Oaktree Capital’s billionaire co-chairman Howard Marks says the economy doesn’t really need rate cuts the Fed’s been doling out.
   'Big Short' investor Michael Burry is calling passive investment a 'bubble.' He's not the only finance luminary sounding the alarm.  2019/08/29 17:33:44 Business Insider
Michael Burry, the investor made famous by "The Big Short," told Bloomberg Wednesday that he sees a bubble in passive investing. Many other money managers have called out the investment strategy, which they say isn't the best course of action for investors in the current market environment. Read more on Markets Insider. Michael Burry, the investor that famously shorted mortgage securities before the 2008 housing crisis, told Bloomberg on Wednesday that he sees a "bubble" in passive investing. That bubble is ignoring small-cap stocks, said Burry, who was a key figure in Michael Lewis' bestselling book "The Big Short" and was played by Christian Bale in the movie with the same name. The problem is happening because the pillars of passive investing — exchange-traded funds and index-based assets— mostly focus on bigger companies. This puts downward pressure on the stocks of smaller companies and has effectively "orphaned smaller value-type securities globally," he wrote to Bloomberg in an email.
   Why Aren’t Investors Worried? Ask Howard Marks  2019/08/05 01:59:00 The Wall Street Journal
Q&A: Oaktree Capital’s co-founder says the duration of the recovery and inflation are causes for concern.
   Zacks.com featured highlights include: Guess?, Denny's, FTI Consulting, Oaktree Capital and RenaissanceRe  2019/07/15 14:01:00 Zacks Investment Research
Zacks.com featured highlights include: Guess?, Denny's, FTI Consulting, Oaktree Capital and RenaissanceRe

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