KKR to move NY corporate HQ to Hudson Yards in 2020

By Chris Witkowsky — 3 months ago

KKR & Co. will move its flagship New York office to 30 Hudson Yards in 2020. The firm is buying around 343,000 square feet, the top 10 office floors, at the site being developed by Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group. KKR is the second corporate tenant at the site; Time Warner acquired around 1.5 million square feet of space in January 2014.

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TPG-backed Northstar plans SE Asia buyout fund – Reuters

By Reuters News — 2 years ago

TPG Capital -backed Indonesian private equity firm Northstar Group is seeking to raise around $1 billion in a new fund to invest in Southeast Asia, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. Northstar, established in Indonesia in 2003, is one of Southeast Asia’s home-grown buyout firms and is facing rising competition from global rivals like KKR & Co and Blackstone Group, both of which have moved teams into the region in the last year.

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Reuters – Energy Future Proposes Prepackaged Bankruptcy

By Reuters News — 3 years ago

Texas power company Energy Future Holdings, formerly known as TXU Corp, has proposed a prepackaged bankruptcy that would restructure $32 billion of debt, but no deal has been reached, writes Reuters. The company is trying to restructure more than $30 billion in debt it was saddled with after the buyout by a consortium including KKR & Co, TPG Capital Management and Goldman Sachs Group Inc‘s private equity arm, writes Reuters.

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Reuters – US Buyout Giants Eye Australia’s Pact

By Reuters News — 4 years ago

US buyout firms Blackstone Group, Carlyle Group and KKR & Co are talking to banks on potential bids for about half of Australia’s Pact, writes Reuters. The deal could value the privately held packaging company at as much as $1.4 billion, according to Reuters. Reuters – U.S. buyout firms Blackstone Group, Carlyle Group and KKR […]

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Two resign from Kodak board; represented KKR

4 years ago

Adam Clammer and Herald Chen have resigned from the board of struggling photography company Eastman Kodak, Reuters reported, citing a Tuesday filing with U.S. regulators. Both directors represented private equity firm KKR & Co.

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