In 1994, Daniel Och founded Och-Ziff Capital Management, a publicly traded hedge fund, with the three sons of publishing tycoon Bernard Ziff, Jr. At one point, the firm was considered to be one of the biggest in the world, with $42 billion in assets under its management. Och-Ziff was later linked to a $150 million investment that helped Zimbabwean dictator Robert Mugabe, along with paying bribes to officials in Libya, Chad, Niger, Guinea, the Democratic Republic of Congo to secure mining rights. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) fined the firm $412 million. This led activists to protest outside Och's Manhattan apartment building, labeling him the the "King of Wall Street Sleaze." Och stepped down as chairman in 2019 and Och-Ziff changed its name to Sculptor Capital Management. A graduate of the Wharton School, Och is a collector of modern and contemporary art and enjoys skiing and history. He has given more than $400 million to his charitable foundation. He founded and runs Willoughby Capital, a growth equity investor that includes Robinhood, Instacart, and Coinbase in its portfolio. He and his wife, Jane Och, moved to Miami Beach in 2019. Wharton grad took job in arbitrage at Goldman Sachs 1982; worked with billionaires Edward Lampert, Thomas Steyer, Richard Perry. Left to launch Och-Ziff hedge fund with $100 million initial investment from Ziff brothers.