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Beyond the 'mega theme' of climate investing, KKR is prioritising investments that prepare workers for a changing labour market, says impact co-head Ken Mehlman.
The changing macroeconomic tide means private markets investors can no longer focus their energy on climate alone, says Carmela Mondino, head of ESG and sustainability at Partners Group.
Ardian’s profit sharing programmes for buyout portfolio companies are ‘an important element of our license to operate’, says deputy head of buyout funds Thibault Basquin.
Revealing details of the deal to CHI employees in person was, 'one of the most joyful things I have been involved in in my life', said KKR's Pete Stavros.
All employees of German toymaker Schleich have been able to invest in the business, the firm wrote in its annual sustainability report.
As New Private Markets celebrates its first birthday, here’s what we have learned: that impactful investing is far from the preserve of impact managers.
KKR’s $19bn NA XIII, the largest fund in its history, is the first dedicated fund which will implement employee ownership across all majority-owned companies.
The New York-listed mega firm will implement its employee ownership programme at every company in which its $19bn North America PE fund takes a majority stake.
Investor group ILPA will advise Ownership Works as it helps investors develop shared ownership structures at portfolio companies.
The head of Ford Foundation’s impact group discusses how better fund structures could benefit all stakeholders of an investment.