Henry Kravis on Private Equity, Investing and KKR
A interview and Q&A with billionaire Henry Kravis. Henry Kravis is the co-CEO of the Second largest Private Equity firm (Oct,2016) KKR. In this interview Henry talks about how Private Equity has changed since he started in 1976. Henry also discusses his views on energy, international opportunities and how KKR grew to the giant it is today.
1:44 Start of Henry Kravis
2:10 Changes you have seen in the Private Equity industry since 1976?
7:19 Diversifying away from Private Equity
13:06 Opportunity in energy
18:45 Opportunities in Asia
23:18 Other countries in Asia
27:14 Going public
31:33 Washington and regulation
33:20 Will Romney be bad for the industry?
34:37 Is your philanthropy connected to your business?
36:09 Start of Q&A
36:29 What businesses are you looking at buying?
38:21 Do you see KKR moving into the investment banking business?
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Interview Date: 3rd April, 2012
Event: PartnerConnect events
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Bloomberg Article: http://bit.ly/KravisArticle