Susan Gentile, chief accounting officer at Oaktree Capital, an American global asset management firm specializing in alternative investment strategies, has announced her resignation from the company, effective March 23, to pursue other career opportunities.


As chief accounting officer, Gentile serves in the role of the company’s principal accounting officer. Assuming that role will be Oaktree’s Chief Financial Officer Daniel Levin, as of the effective date of Gentile’s resignation. Levin has been serving as Oaktree’s CFO since April 2017.