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Gaddafi, bribery and a $40 billion hedge fund: The key details from the case against Och-Ziff

Och-Ziff Capital Management has agreed to settle charges of bribery, paying nearly $200 million to the Securities and Exchange Commission. The hedge fund's CEO, Dan Och, agreed to pay nearly $2.2 million to settle the charges with the SEC, as did the firm's CFO Joel Frank. The firm was accused of bribery in its financial dealings in Africa, which the SEC says included run-ins with Muammar Gaddafi's relatives.
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