Carlyle Group Inc.  (CG)
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Price: $27.4200 $0.76 2.851%
Day's High: $27.565 Week Perf: -2.7 %
Day's Low: $ 26.68 30 Day Perf: -16.53 %
Volume (M): 2,020 52 Wk High: $ 60.62
Volume (M$): $ 55,380 52 Wk Avg: $43.55
Open: $26.84 52 Wk Low: $26.10

 Market Capitalization (Millions $) 10,044
 Shares Outstanding (Millions) 366
 Employees 1,700
 Revenues (TTM) (Millions $) 6,269
 Net Income (TTM) (Millions $) 2,052
 Cash Flow (TTM) (Millions $) -307
 Capital Exp. (TTM) (Millions $) 660

Carlyle Group Inc.

We are one of the world’s largest and most diversified multi-product global alternative asset management firms. We advise an array of specialized investment funds and other investment vehicles that invest across a range of industries, geographies, asset classes and investment strategies and seek to deliver attractive returns for our fund investors. Across our Corporate Private Equity (“CPE”) and Real Assets segments, we have investments in more than 250 active portfolio companies that employ more than 675,000 people. In general, we have more investment professionals, offices, investment funds, and investments across our platform than many of our peers. We have structured our firm in this manner to provide our fund investors with a more diverse product set tailored to individual investing decisions, and a broader global reach, but such structure increases our costs of doing business.

The growth and development of our firm has been guided by several fundamental tenets:

Excellence in Investing. Our primary goal is to invest wisely and create value for our fund investors. We strive to generate superior investment returns by combining deep industry expertise, a global network of local investment teams who can leverage extensive firm-wide resources and a consistent and disciplined investment process.

Commitment to our Fund Investors. Our fund investors come first. This commitment is a core component of our firm culture and informs every aspect of our business. We believe this philosophy is in the long-term best interests of Carlyle and its owners, including our common unitholders.

Investment in the Firm. We have invested, and intend to continue to invest, significant resources in hiring and retaining a deep talent pool of investment professionals and in building the infrastructure of the firm, including our expansive local office network and our comprehensive investor services team, which provides finance, legal and compliance and tax services in addition to other services.

Expansion of our Platform. We innovate continuously to expand our investment capabilities through the creation or acquisition of new asset-, sector- and regional-focused strategies in order to provide our fund investors a variety of investment options.

Unified Culture. We seek to leverage the local market insights and operational capabilities that we have developed across our global platform through a unified culture we call “One Carlyle.” Our culture emphasizes collaboration and sharing of knowledge and expertise across the firm to create value. We believe our collaborative approach enhances our ability to analyze investments, deploy capital and improve the performance of our portfolio companies.
There are four primary drivers of our business — fundraising or attracting new capital commitments to our funds; investing; working to create value for our investors or to achieve appreciation of our various investments; and harvesting, selling or otherwise disposing of our carry fund investments. Operational and strategic highlights for 2015 include the following:

We continued to bolster our senior management team by hiring a new Chief Information Officer and promoting the co-head of our U.S. buyout group to Co-Deputy Chief Investment Officer of CPE.

Each of our segments continued to leverage the One Carlyle platform to take advantage of economies of scale and offer our fund investors differentiated products. Specifically:

In our CPE segment:

We closed our fourth Europe buyout fund, our third Japan buyout fund and our third European technology fund. We launched fundraising for our fifth Asia growth fund and continued to see investor demand for our second U.S. mid-market fund and our first longer duration global buyout fund. In total, we closed on $8.0 billion in commitments in our CPE segment.

We invested in, among others, Asia Satellite Telecom Holdings (through CAP IV), The Innovation Group (through CEP IV), JIC Leasing Co., Ltd. (through CAGP IV), Novetta Solutions, LLC (through CP VI), PA Consulting (through CEP IV), PNB Housing Finance Limited (through CAP IV), PrimeSport (through CEOF I), Rede D’or São Luiz S.A. (through CSABF and related coinvestments, and CP VI) and SEACOR Marine Holdings Inc. (through CEOF II).

We sold our stake in, among others, Altice S.A., a CEP II and CEP III portfolio company, kbro Limited, a CAP II portfolio company, Metrologic Group SA, a CETP II portfolio company, The Nielsen Company, a CP IV and CEP II portfolio company, Veyance Technologies, Inc., a CP IV portfolio company, Telecable de Asturias, S.A., a CEP III portfolio company, and a portion of our stake in both Axalta Coating Systems and CommScope, Inc., both CP V and CEP III portfolio companies. We also undertook several successful initial public offerings including Tsubaki Nakashima Co., Ltd., a CJP II portfolio company, Guangxi Nanning Waterworks Co., Ltd., a CAGP IV portfolio company and Focus Media, a CAP III portfolio company. In total, we realized proceeds of $12.8 billion for our CPE carry fund investors.

In our Global Market Strategies (“GMS”) segment:

CSP III and CEMOF I were particularly active this year, investing in Nationwide Accident Repair Services (CSP III), Trey Resources (CEMOF I), and Clearly Petroleum Holdings (CEMOF I), among others.

We established a partnership with Hilcorp Energy Company that will seek to acquire, operate, and develop onshore oil and natural gas properties and related assets in North America. CEMOF I and CEMOF II have entered into an agreement to invest more than $1 billion in the newly formed partnership.

In our Real Assets segment:

We closed our seventh U.S. real estate fund and our first international energy fund, both reaching their caps; NGP XI also had a final close at its cap. Demand for our second power fund remained strong, and we launched fundraising for a new core-plus real estate fund. Building on our existing expertise in real estate and infrastructure, we intend to launch a global infrastructure fund later this year. In total, we closed on approximately $3.9 billion in commitments to our Real Assets segment.

We invested nearly $1.4 billion to acquire or develop real estate properties, primarily in the U.S. across multiple sectors including multi-family and for-sale residential properties in the U.S. We invested in power generating facilities in the United States, an office property in China and a Romanian oil and gas development platform.

We exited a number of investments, including a student housing portfolio in the United Kingdom, a Florida based 250 MW coal-fired power facility, a southern California apartment complex and a Northern Virginia mid-rise apartment complex. In total, we realized proceeds of approximately $4.8 billion for our Real Assets carry fund investors.

In our Investment Solutions segment:

We launched fundraising for our sixth AlpInvest secondaries fund and closed on more than $400 million for funds that are focused on a real estate secondaries and coinvestments for Metropolitan real Estate, our real estate fund of funds business. In total, we closed on approximately $1.6 billion in commitments to our Investment Solutions segment.

We named a new Head of Investment Solutions, promoting the segment's Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer to the position

Our Investment Solutions team aims to apply a wide array of capabilities to help clients meet their investment objectives. The investment approach of our Investment Solutions platform is generally characterized as follows:

Depth of Investment Expertise. Investment Solutions has dedicated teams for each area of focus, and seeks to attract and retain talent with the required skill-set for each strategy. Investment Solutions professionals have trading, operational, portfolio and risk management expertise. From a top-down perspective, investment professionals seek to position the Investment Solutions business to capitalize on market opportunities through focused research and allocation of resources. From a bottom-up perspective, they seek to build deep relationships with underlying fund managers that are strengthened by the investment professionals’ relevant experience in the broader financial markets.

Discipline. Investment Solutions professionals focus on diversification, risk management and downside protection. Its processes include the analysis and interpretation of macrodevelopments in the global economy and the assessment of a wide variety of issues that can influence the emphasis placed on sectors, geographies, asset classes and strategies when constructing investment portfolios. After making an investment commitment, the investment portfolios are subject to at least semi-annual reviews conducted by the respective investment team responsible for each investment.

Innovation. Investment Solutions professionals seek to leverage the intellectual capital throughout the firm to identify emerging trends, market anomalies and new investment technologies to facilitate the formation of new strategies, as well as to set the direction for exiting strategies. This market intelligence provides them with an additional feedback channel for the development of new investment products.

   Company Address: 1001 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington 20004 DC
   Company Phone Number: 729-5626   Stock Exchange / Ticker: NASDAQ CG
   CG is expected to report next financial results on October 27, 2022.

Customers Net Income fell by CG's Customers Net Profit Margin fell to

-8.73 %

18.05 %

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