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A Look At Qaddafi's Ex-Money Manager

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In helping run the world’s 11th-biggest sovereign-wealth fund, Zarti strove to make money in global markets three decades after sanctions relegated Libya to the sidelines. He moved in the most-exclusive corners of the financial world, enlisting as his advisers Lord Jacob Rothschild, the London-based financier, and Sir Howard Davies, director of the London School of Economics and Political Science.

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