Is KKR a private equity fund?

Is KKR a private equity fund?

KKR’s Private Equity platform invests in and partners with industry-leading franchises and companies poised for significant improvement or growth that attract high-quality management teams. Moreover, we are disciplined investors, focusing on long-term business fundamentals.

How big is a private equity fund?

Which means, of course, that the average size of those funds is going up. Way up. The average buyout fund in 2019 has raised nearly $1.7 billion, with the average sitting just shy of $1.6 billion for private equity funds of all kinds, representing upticks of around 70% compared to the whole of 2018.

How many funds does KKR have?

The firm has completed more than 280 private equity investments in portfolio companies with approximately $545 billion of total enterprise value as of June 30, 2017.

What does responsible investment mean to KKR?

KKR is committed to investing responsibly by integrating material ESG considerations into our investment processes globally across asset classes. Responsible investment is a way of doing business that we believe makes us smarter, stronger investors.

How does KKR structures its investment vehicles?

KKR & Co. L.P. (KKR) structures its investment vehicles as a partnership or combination of separate domestic and overseas partnerships. The limited partners contribute capital toward the fund to be deployed in qualifying investments during the investment period. KKR has more than 700 limited partners in funds across all the offerings.

What does KKR own?

KKR’s hedge fund business consists of strategic manager partnerships with third-party hedge fund managers in which KKR owns a minority stake. As of December 31, 2017, the strategic manager partnerships with third-party hedge fund managers accounted for $26.2 billion of AUM.

Who invests in private equity?

Institutional investors and wealthy individuals are often attracted to private equity investments. This includes large university endowments, pension plans, and family offices.