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The alternatives giant’s systematic employee ownership approach follows a KKR-led initiative aimed at sharing wealth and boosting value creation.
Private equity firms are placing a greater emphasis on employee ownership, engagement and wellbeing. In this article, from affiliate title Private Equity International's Responsible Investment special report, we ask how far-reaching such could initiatives become.
(L-R) Charles Avery, New Private Markets; Philip Reeves, Apis & Heritage Capital; Delilah Rothenberg, The Predistribution Initiative
New structures and legislative tailwinds will help private market firms see the value in employee ownership, said panellists at Impact Investor Summit: North America.
The $16bn endowment's global diverse manager approach will differ from its US strategy, according to head of mission investments Roy Swan.
KKR has achieved a 6x average return across three companies where it has implemented employee ownership schemes.
There are signs that workers are more often figuring into value creation plans as GPs explore shared ownership models.
The industrial association wants all of its GP members to have profit sharing schemes in place by 2030.
Bringing portfolio company employees into the equity can be beneficial for all parties. More should do it.
TiLT Capital, which has raised €250m and counting for its debut fund, backs energy transition-related businesses in the industrial sector.
Private equity members of Ownership Works must extend equity to employees at some controlled portfolio companies.

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