KKR - KKR & Co. Inc.

NYSE - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
23.84
-0.37 (-1.53%)
As of 1:18PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close24.21
Open24.04
Bid23.86 x 800
Ask23.87 x 800
Day's Range23.76 - 24.10
52 Week Range18.30 - 28.73
Volume1,419,108
Avg. Volume4,666,605
Market Cap19.848B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.88
PE Ratio (TTM)11.57
EPS (TTM)2.06
Earnings DateMay 1, 2019 - May 6, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield0.50 (2.04%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-02-08
1y Target Est29.00
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  • Exclusive: Inside KKR’s Bay Area real estate investment spree
    American City Business Journals20 hours ago

    Exclusive: Inside KKR’s Bay Area real estate investment spree

    What’s driving KKR’s big investments? Justin Pattner, KKR’s managing director and head of real estate equity in the Americas, explains.

  • This High-Yield Pipeline Stock Makes Another Smart Move
    Motley Fool20 hours ago

    This High-Yield Pipeline Stock Makes Another Smart Move

    Williams Companies is partnering with a pension plan to strengthen its position.

  • The Wall Street Journalyesterday

    [$$] PE Daily: Blackstone to Buy ServePro | KKR Taps Soros Exec | Calpers Approves PE Overhaul

    PE Daily: Blackstone to Buy ServePro | KKR Taps Soros Exec | Calpers Approves PE Overhaul Good day! Private-equity firms and their private-infrastructure peers have been eagerly snapping up data centers and cell towers in recent years.

  • Reutersyesterday

    Blackstone joins KKR and BlackRock in Mexico private equity fundraising

    Blackstone Group has raised $695 million (523.62 million pounds) from Mexican pension funds for its first two local private equity funds, filings showed, joining Black Rock and KKR & Co in expanding in Mexico following regulatory changes. Several of the world's top private equity managers have quietly raised billions of dollars from Mexican pension funds, known as afores, since new rules were enacted early last year, filings to the Mexican Stock Exchange and a non-public document reviewed by Reuters showed. It was not immediately clear how much in total has been raised to date in Mexico by equity managers, which include Discovery Capital Management, General Atlantic, Partners Group, Lexington Partners and HarbourVest Partners.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    [$$] KKR Hires Soros Fund Executive to Lead Digital Infrastructure Push

    ’s investment firm to help spearhead its push into a growing area of infrastructure investing: communications. joined KKR earlier this month to head up the firm’s communications infrastructure investment team in North America, according to a person familiar with the matter. Investor appetite for infrastructure funds has surged in recent years as the asset class has delivered solid returns and is perceived as being less risky than traditional private equity.

  • PE vs VC: Why one CEO prefers one class of investor over the other
    American City Business Journals2 days ago

    PE vs VC: Why one CEO prefers one class of investor over the other

    Felix Gray CEO David Roger tells us why he preferred working with PE investors, and whether VCs make less sense for certain types of startups.

  • Bloomberg5 days ago

    Bayer’s Animal-Health Unit Sale Draws Interest From Big Buyout Firms

    The unit may also draw interest from buyout firms including Advent International, Blackstone Group LP, EQT Partners and Permira as well as industry rivals, the people said, asking not to be identified because considerations are private. Bayer may wait to bring the vet unit to market until another large European carve-out, Nestle SA’s skin-health business, reaches fruition, the people said.

  • (Multi)family Values: What's driving SA's red hot value-add market?
    American City Business Journals6 days ago

    (Multi)family Values: What's driving SA's red hot value-add market?

    A value-add asset — whether talking multifamily, office or industrial property — is one with the potential to increase its value if improvements are made and rents are raised.

  • Optiv Security Appoints New Chief Human Resources Officer to Support Continued Global Growth
    Business Wire8 days ago

    Optiv Security Appoints New Chief Human Resources Officer to Support Continued Global Growth

    -- Taps Former Qwest and Coors Brewing Company Human Resources Executive Jill Sanford to Lead Worldwide HR Strategy and Programs --

  • KKR Focuses on Expansion in Asia on the Back of Its Strong Track Record
    Bloomberg13 days ago

    KKR Focuses on Expansion in Asia on the Back of Its Strong Track Record

    “We have a strong track record of investing in private equity in Asia since 2005, and we are now focused on further growing our teams and resources to tackle opportunities in real estate, infrastructure and alternative credit,” co-founders Henry Kravis and George Roberts said in the firm’s 2018 annual letter, released Thursday. Buyout funds focused on Asia have raised record amounts of cash in the past year and a half as they navigate a frothy deal market.

  • Barrons.com14 days ago

    Zayo Cancels An Investor Meeting and the Stock Pops 13%

    The fiber-optic network operator is benefiting as businesses and consumers demand more bandwidth at faster speeds. Now investors are thinking about a payoff.

  • Carlyle to Ramp Up in Japan With $1.8 Billion Fund Goal
    Bloomberg14 days ago

    Carlyle to Ramp Up in Japan With $1.8 Billion Fund Goal

    The firm has started reaching out to some investors about the next Carlyle Japan Partners pool before it officially begins fundraising, said the people, asking not to be identified because the information isn’t public. Private equity firms are finding opportunities to invest in Japan boosted by negative interest rates and an effort by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to improve corporate governance. KKR & Co.’s co-presidents last year called Japan a top priority for investing because of cheaper valuations in the country.

  • KKR Leads Rise of Leveraged Loan Alternatives to Wall Street
    Bloomberg14 days ago

    KKR Leads Rise of Leveraged Loan Alternatives to Wall Street

    KKR is the fifth most active underwriter of institutional loans in 2019, up from 11th a year earlier, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Ares Capital Corp, which also has a large private credit business, is the 15th biggest arranger, up 25 spots. Also grabbing more of the capital markets business typically dominated by Wall Street banks is mid-market specialist Golub Capital LLC, which rose five spots to rank 18th in the U.S. institutional loan league table.

  • Barrons.com14 days ago

    KKR Shares Can Rise 39%: Fund Manager

    This article first appeared on SumZero, the world’s largest research community of buyside investment professionals. (KKR) is a leading global investment firm that manages alternative asset classes including private equity, energy, infrastructure, real estate and credit, with strategic partners that manage hedge funds. The firm’s legacy is in private equity, in which it has since 1976 completed over 350 investments in portfolio companies with a total transaction value of over $600 billion.

  • Business Wire14 days ago

    Optiv Security Announces New Risk Transformation Service™ to Help Organizations Mitigate Enterprise Risk

    Most organizations conduct annual risk assessments, identify gaps, and receive recommendations for how to remediate those gaps. Based on strategies developed or assessments performed, many organizations know what to do but often not how to do it. Optiv Security, the world’s leading security solutions integrator, today announced its new Risk Transformation ServiceTM, an end-to-end solution that includes strategy execution.

  • This High-Yield Renewable Energy Stock’s Creativity Helps Ensure Its High-Powered Growth Continues
    Motley Fool16 days ago

    This High-Yield Renewable Energy Stock’s Creativity Helps Ensure Its High-Powered Growth Continues

    NextEra Energy Partners unveils another innovative deal to keep its ambitious dividend growth plan on track.

  • Reuters16 days ago

    Australia's Coles signs hotel business over to KKR

    Grocery chain Coles Group Ltd said on Tuesday it will establish a joint venture with KKR -owned Australian Venue Co Ltd (AVC) for the management of Coles' gaming and hotels business. The joint venture, named Queensland Venue Co, will be owned equally by Coles and AVC, Coles said in a statement.

  • Business Wire16 days ago

    KKR Expands Renewable Energy Portfolio through Investment with NextEra Energy Partners

    KKR today announced the signing of a definitive agreement with NextEra Energy Partners, LP (NYSE: NEP or “NEP”) to acquire an equity interest in a newly-formed partnership with NEP that owns a geographically diverse portfolio of ten utility scale wind and solar projects across the United States, collectively consisting of approximately 1,192 megawatts. “We’re excited to partner with NextEra, a world class renewable energy developer and operator, on this portfolio of high quality contracted wind and solar assets,” said Brandon Freiman, Member of KKR and Head of the Firm’s Infrastructure business in the Americas. KKR has a track-record of investing in renewable energy, with significant capital deployed in renewable assets including more than 4 GW of installed renewable capacity.

  • The Wall Street Journal16 days ago

    [$$] Senior Goldman Banker in Asia to Join KKR

    Kate Richdale, a senior investment banker at Goldman Sachs in Asia, is leaving to join KKR, the U.S. private-equity giant said.

  • Reuters17 days ago

    MOVES-KKR poaches Goldman Asia investment banking chair Richdale in regional push

    KKR & Co Inc has poached Kate Richdale, chair of Goldman Sachs Group Inc's investment bank in Asia ex-Japan, boosting its Asia-Pacific presence and prompting the latest senior banker departure from the U.S. investment banking giant. Richdale will be KKR's Asia-Pacific head of strategy and business development, a newly created role, and will also work with its Asia investing businesses to assist with deal origination, the U.S. private equity firm said on Monday.

  • KKR poaches Goldman Asia investment banking chair Richdale
    Reuters17 days ago

    KKR poaches Goldman Asia investment banking chair Richdale

    KKR & Co Inc has poached Kate Richdale, chair of Goldman Sachs Group Inc's investment bank in Asia excluding Japan, in the latest senior banker departure from the U.S. investment banking giant. Richdale will be KKR's Asia-Pacific head of strategy and business development, a newly created role, and will also work with KKR's Asia investing businesses to assist with deal origination, the U.S. private equity firm said on Monday.

  • Business Wire17 days ago

    KKR Appoints Kate Richdale as Member and Head of Strategy & Business Development in Asia Pacific

    Leading global investment firm KKR today announced the appointment of Kate Richdale as Member and Head of Strategy & Business Development in Asia Pacific. In this role, Ms. Richdale will work with KKR’s senior leadership team in Asia to help the Firm expand its platform across business and new investment strategies. She will also work with KKR’s Asia investing businesses to assist in advancing the deal origination pipeline and to get involved at a strategic level with the Firm’s key client relationships across the region.

  • Bloomberg19 days ago

    Bidders Emerge for BP's $7 Billion Sale of U.S. Shale Assets

    The London-based energy conglomerate has received interest from energy producers Hilcorp Energy Co. and Enduring Resources in its operations in Colorado’s San Juan Basin, said the people, who asked to not be identified because the information is private. Warburg Pincus is among groups interested in BP’s assets in the Anadarko and Arkoma Basins in Oklahoma, the people said. Representatives for BP, KKR and Warburg Pincus declined to comment.

  • Reuters19 days ago

    Ferrero still in race for Arnott's cookies, bids by March 20 - report

    Italian confectioner Ferrero and two other bidders are left in the race to buy Arnott's biscuits and other international assets put on sale by Campbell Soup, the Australian Financial Review reported. Ferrero, which started an aggressive acquisition campaign four years ago, is vying with Oreo cookies maker Mondelez International Inc and a consortium comprising private equity firms KKR and Bain Capital, the newspaper said.