Invested in Tomorrow, Today
For more than 40 years, on behalf of and alongside its clients, KKR has invested in companies and in their futures. Over the years, the firm has grown and so has its understanding of what it means to be a leading investor. Regardless of investment strategy or geography, KKR is committed to meeting investors’ primary goal: realizing strong, risk-adjusted returns.
The KKR Difference
KKR’s business model marries third party capital with its capital markets business and balance sheet, which results in a differentiated way of doing business. KKR’s capital markets business provides a full range of services, from taking companies public to underwriting new deals, and to syndicating debt and equity. Additionally, KKR has long-dated capital in its funds, ready to deploy across various asset classes. Individually, these funds and businesses are generating returns for KKR’s stakeholders, but they also create a powerful competitive advantage when paired together.
Culture of Collaboration
Collaboration has always been an important pillar for an individual’s success at KKR. Employees at the firm are compensated based on their leadership, performance and skillset, and their adherence to KKR’s values, which include a high bar on accountability and connectivity to each other to investors. From the day that Henry Kravis and George Roberts co-founded KKR, they’ve prioritized partnership, integrity, trust, and accountability as essential elements for the DNA of KKR.