November 17, 2012
Interviewed by: David Snow
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KKR’s Forward Strategy

The creation of a “very depressing spreadsheet” detailing missed opportunities prompted KKR’s senior leadership to expand beyond private equity, according to Scott Nuttall, head of the firm’s Global Capital and Asset Management Group.

In a wide-ranging interview with Privcap, Nuttall sheds new light on KKR’s transformation from private equity-only powerhouse to multi-asset class, global financial services competitor. He also responds to concerns of misalignment between the firm’s private LPs and public shareholders, analyzes the supply/demand imbalance in the global energy and infrastructure markets, and describes the firm’s “measured” approach to Brazil. Nuttall also outlines the economic recovery through the lens of the firm’s portfolio companies, and says that Asia continues to provide opportunities for outsized growth.

The creation of a “very depressing spreadsheet” detailing missed opportunities prompted KKR’s senior leadership to expand beyond private equity, according to Scott Nuttall, head of the firm’s Global Capital and Asset Management Group.

In a wide-ranging interview with Privcap, Nuttall sheds new light on KKR’s transformation from private equity-only powerhouse to multi-asset class, global financial services competitor. He also responds to concerns of misalignment between the firm’s private LPs and public shareholders, analyzes the supply/demand imbalance in the global energy and infrastructure markets, and describes the firm’s “measured” approach to Brazil. Nuttall also outlines the economic recovery through the lens of the firm’s portfolio companies, and says that Asia continues to provide opportunities for outsized growth.

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