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Class B shares aren’t listed, and they are essentially Och and his companions. 1.6 billion expense items under reorganization cost or something like that, but that’s not an ongoing cash expense. 1.per calendar year for the OZM course B shares it released to the original 6 billion, pre-IPO companions.

1.6 billion expenditures is something you can disregard. It relates to the stock issuance back in 2007 and the expenditures will run for five years following the IPO (so will end in 2012). No cash changes hands; it is amortization of something that already happened. Before we take a look at what the business itself is in fact worth, there’s a handful of other balance sheet items to take a look at.

  • Improve communication with small businesses
  • Distribution of last product to purchasers
  • Flexible vacation. Devote some time off when you need it. We trust you
  • Some Examples of Invoices
  • 7 years back from Ohio
  • Special access for troubleshooting a system
  • 260 kilometers / 6.5 hours = 40 mph

635 million of term debt on the balance sheet, so this isn’t online cash. 168 million cash position only and add it to the per share value of the investment management business. There is also some consolidated account positions on the total amount sheet that is clearly a little hard to determine. 536 million for “Assets of consolidated Och-Ziff Funds” (I netted out the liabilities with the same label).

I don’t know how much of these assets actually belong to OZM and exactly how much to investors. The netting of other interests is clumped into one category on the balance sheet. However, in the VIE (Various Interest Entities) portion of the notes to the balance sheet, there’s a section “Assets (and liabilities) of consolidated Och-Ziff Funds” listed, and the take note says these assets/liabilities belong to the investors.

536 million to get OZM’s possession in their own money. 635 million funded personal debts. But let’s just put a per share value onto it anyway. 10 current share price, this was much ado about nothing at all maybe. Being generous Even, it would add only 10% or so to the present value of the stock.

800 million, or so of “payable to related parties” or something similar to that, but that’s ignorance too. This offsets the tax property on the asset side of the total amount sheet. OK, so let’s go through the actual business. The hedge-fund business makes money by getting 1. Management fees and 2. Motivation fees.