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Company Overview of Oaktree Capital Management, L.P.

Company Overview

Oaktree Capital Management, L.P. is a private equity firm specializing in marketable securities and private investments. The firm’s marketable securities investments include high yield bonds, convertible securities, high-income convertibles, European high yield bonds, and international convertibles. Within high yield bonds, it purchases only debt of solvent United States and Canadian corporations and emphasize senior, cash-paying securities, and thorough diversification. The firm eschews emerging nation debt sector and does not shift adroitly from sector to sector. It invests in senior secured and second lien debt, syndicated mezzanine transactions, senior bank loans, and high yield bonds an...

333 South Grand Avenue

28th Floor

Los Angeles, CA 90071

United States

Founded in 1995





Key Executives for Oaktree Capital Management, L.P.

Chief Executive Officer and Outside Director
Age: 57
Age: 59
Principal and Co-Chairman
Age: 67
Age: 55
Principal and Chief Financial Officer
Age: 58
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Oaktree Capital Management, L.P. Key Developments

AdvancePierre Mulls Acquisitions

Oaktree Capital Management, L.P. backed AdvancePierre Foods, Inc., which is to acquire the manufacturing operations of Landshire, is looking for further opportunities. Matthew Wilson, Director of AdvancePierre's Board of Directors and Co-portfolio Manager at Oaktree said, “We continue to see a significant number of highly attractive, synergistic acquisition opportunities for our two core business lines, sandwiches and value-added protein solutions, and believe the company is well capitalised to fund future opportunities as they arise. We expect AdvancePierre to announce additional transactions this year based upon our current pipeline of prospective partners.”

Bain Capital Reportedly Eyes TI Automotive

Bain Capital Private Equity is looking at acquiring TI Automotive Ltd. Bain is known to be working on a £1.2 billion takeover of TI Automotive. Oaktree Capital Management, L.P. is said to be keen to sell TI Automotive. According to reports Bain could still walk again if the price remains a stumbling block.

Investors Reportedly Eye project Boyne

Deutsche Bank AG (DB:DBK), Merrill Lynch International Incorporated, Oaktree Capital Management, L.P. and Davidson Kempner Capital Management LLC are the bidders of Project Boyne, The Irish Times reported. Project Boyne includes the Fitzwilliam Business Centre group of serviced office facilities in Dublin, Navan, Drogheda and Prague.

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