Blue Owl Capital saw substantial growth across its business lines as both institutional and retail investor eye credit strategies as a way to fight rising rates and inflation.
A little more than a year since its launch as a combination of Owl Rock and Dyal businesses, the firm has grown its assets by 76% to total $102 billion, and according to officials, the strong growth in its retail fundraise that saw annualized growth of 172% to $2.2 billion.
“Our strong track record has resonated with investor, and our strategies are well-positioned in the . . .
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