Fifth Street Asset Management Inc., the fund manager that oversees almost $6 billion in assets, scrapped its U.S. initial public offering, blaming stock market volatility.

The company, which had sought to raise as much as $208 million in an IPO scheduled to price Oct. 21, will withdraw its registration statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, according to a statement Oct. 22.

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