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   1 Investment focus       2 History            o 2.1 Current portfolio and major acquisitions            o 2.2 Carlyle...
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Parent         The Carlyle GroupWebsite        www.AlpInvest.comAlpInvest Partners is one of the largest private equity in...
Zeitgeist The Movie makes similar claims that The Carlyle Group may have played a part in 9/11.[edit] Controversial Legisl...
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  1. 1. FROM: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carlyle_GroupIn accordance with Federal Laws provided For Educational and Information Purposes – i.e. of PUBLIC InterestCarlyle GroupFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Carlyle Group, L.P.Type Private PartnershipIndustry Financial ServicesFounded 1987Headquarters Washington, D.C. William E. Conway, Jr., FounderKey people Daniel A. DAniello, Founder David M. Rubenstein, Founder Private equity, Management buyouts Real estateProducts Leveraged finance and growth capitalRevenue US$ 4.109 billion (June 2011)[1]Net income US$ 2.489 billion (June 2011)[1]AUM US$153.7 bil (June 2011)[1][2]Total assets US$ 17.690 billion (June 2011)[1]Employees 1,100 [1]Website www.carlyle.comThe Carlyle Group is an American-based global asset management firm, specializing in private equity, based inWashington, D.C. The Carlyle Group operates in four business areas: corporate private equity, real assets, marketstrategies and fund-of-funds, through its AlpInvest subsidiary. In its 2010 annual report, Carlyle reported assets inexcess of $150 billion under management diversified over 84 distinct funds. [2] The firm employs more than 890employees, including 495 investment professionals, in 20 countries with offices in the Americas, Europe, Asia, andAustralia, and its portfolio companies employ more than 415,000 people worldwide. The firm has over 1,300investment partners in 71 countries.According to a 2011 ranking called the PEI 300 based on capital raised over the last five years, Carlyle was rankedas the third largest private equity firm in the world, after TPG Capital and Goldman Sachs Principal InvestmentArea.[3] Carlyle had been ranked first in the 2007 listing. [4]In 2010, the Financial Times announced that Carlyle Group is the private equity firm of the year.Contents[hide]
  2. 2.  1 Investment focus  2 History o 2.1 Current portfolio and major acquisitions o 2.2 Carlyle Capital Corporation  3 AlpInvest  4 Carlyle in the Media o 4.1 Documentaries  5 Controversial Legislation  6 Notable current and former employees and advisors o 6.1 Business o 6.2 Political figures  6.2.1 North America  6.2.2 Europe  6.2.3 Asia o 6.3 Media  7 See also  8 References  9 Further reading  10 External links[edit] Investment focusCarlyle invests primarily in the following industries: aerospace and defense, automotive, consumer and retail,energy and power, health care, real estate, technology and business services, telecommunications and media, andtransportation. The Carlyle Groups investments are focused on East Asia, Europe and North America, with mostinvestment money coming from the United States (65%), Europe (25%), Asia (6%), Latin America, and theMiddle East.[citation needed] Defense investments represent about 1% of the groups current portfolio;[citation needed] forexample, Carlyle owns 33.8% of QinetiQ,[citation needed] the privatized British defense contractor.[edit] History History of private equity and venture capital Early history (Origins of modern private equity) • The 1980s (LBO boom) • The 1990s (LBO bust and the VC bubble) •
  3. 3. The 2000s (Dot-com bubble to the credit crunch)  v  d  eCarlyle was founded in 1987 by five Washington executives: William E. Conway, Jr., Stephen L. Norris, David M.Rubenstein, Daniel A. DAniello and Greg Rosenbaum.[5] Rosenbaum left in 1987;[6] Norris left in 1995.[7][8] Thethree remaining founders are reported to collectively own around a 50% interest in the groups general partnership.The rest of Carlyle is owned by a group of individuals, most of whom serve as managing directors, and by twoinstitutional investors.Carlyle Group Historical LogoIn 2001, the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) acquired a 5.5% holding in Carlylesmanagement company for $175 million. The investment was valued at approximately $1 billion by 2007 at theheight of the 2000s buyout boom.[9]Lou Gerstner, former chairman and CEO of IBM and Nabisco, was appointed chairman of Carlyle in January 2003and served in that position through October 2008. Gerstner remains with Carlyle as a senior advisor.In September 2007, Mubadala Development Company, an investment vehicle for the government of Abu Dhabi ofthe United Arab Emirates, purchased a 7.5% stake for $1.35 billion. [9]In November 2008, The Carlyle Group was named Private Equity firm of the year in the U.S. at the FinancialTimes-Mergermarket 2008 M&A Awards.[10]In 2000, Carlyle entered into a joint venture with Riverstone Holdings, an energy and power focused private equityfirm founded by former Goldman Sachs investment bankers. In March 2009, New York State and federalauthorities began an investigation into payments made by Carlyle and Riverstone to placement agents allegedlymade in exchange for investments from the New York State Common Retirement System, the states pension fund.It was alleged that these payments were in fact bribes or kickbacks, made to pension officials who have been underinvestigation by New York State Attorney General, Andrew Cuomo.[11] In May 2009, Carlyle agreed to pay $20million in a settlement with Cuomo and accepted changes to its fundraising practices. [12]In September 2011, Carlyle filed with the SEC for an initial public offering that could raise as much as $1billion.[13][edit] Current portfolio and major acquisitions This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedias quality standards. (Consider using more specific cleanup instructions.) Please help improve this article if you can. The talk page may contain suggestions. (September 2011)
  4. 4. Carlyle has investments spread out over several different industries, with about 22% of their investments in energyand power, 19% in real estate, 15% in technology and business services, 8% in consumer and retail, 8% inindustrial, 6% in telecommunications and media, 6% in transportation, 6% in healthcare, 5% in aerospace, and 4%devoted to other industries, according to their 2008 annual report. [citation needed]Noted current and former portfolio companies include Dex Media, the former directories business of QwestCommunications; Willcom, a Japanese wireless company; Casema, a Dutch cable company; and InsightCommunications, the ninth largest cable company in the U.S. The Carlyle Group was once a major investor in USInvestigations Services, which is the privatized arm of the United States Office of Personnel Managements Officeof Federal Investigations, but has since divested itself, selling its stake to Providence Equity Partners in 2007.[citationneeded]Brand-name consumer companies that Carlyle owns include: Dunkin Brands, which owns Dunkin Donuts andBaskin-Robbins, as well as oral hygiene company Water Pik Technologies.In March 2006, Carlyle acquired UC4 Software and became a majority shareholder in the company.In 2006 Carlyle acquired 68 percent interest in Oriental Trading Company which declared bankruptcy in August2010.[14]In October 1997 Carlyle acquired United Defense Industries , bringing in over 60% of Carlyles defense business.United Defense went public on the New York Stock Exchange in December 2001 with Carlyle retaining a stockownership position. Carlyle completed the sale of all of its United Defense stock and exited the investment in April2004.[15] (One major United Defense program was the XM2001 Crusader self-propelled howitzer which wascanceled by Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld in early 2002 causing United Defense stock prices to fall 27percent.[16]) Since then, The Carlyle Group has divested the majority of its interest from the defense industry.In July 2004, Carlyle formed DHS Technologies LLC, when it became a major investor in DHS Systems, themanufacturer of Deployable Rapid Assembly Shelter, or DRASH, military shelters and support equipment, andReeves EMS emergency medical supplies. [17]In September 2006, Carlyle acquired Forba Dental Management, the owner of Small Smiles Dental Centers, thelargest US chain of dental clinics for children. [18]On January 29, 2007, Carlyle announced that it would acquire Synagro Technologies, Inc, which according toSynagros website is "the largest recycler of biosolids and other organic residuals in the United States". The totalenterprise value of the transaction, including the assumption of debt, is $772 million. [19]On June 28, 2007, Carlyle announced that it would partner with Onex Corporation to buy the Allison Transmissionunit from General Motors for $5.6 billion.[20]In June 2007, Carlyle agrees to acquire HD Supply for $10.3 billion, along with Bain Capital and Clayton, Dubilier& Rice (with each agreeing to buy a one-third stake in the division). Home Depot sold their wholesale constructionsupply business to fund a stock repurchase estimated at $40 billionOn July 28, 2007, Carlyle announced the acquisition of Applus+ from its shareholders Agbar, Unión Fenosa andCaja Madrid for an enterprise value of €1,480 million. [21]On December 18, 2007, David Rubenstein, representing the Carlyle Group, purchased the Magna Carta (one ofseventeen copies) at Sothebys Auction House in New York City. He paid the Perot Foundation $21.3 million. Mr.Rubenstein expressed his intent for it to be returned to the National Archives for display.
  5. 5. On May 16, 2008, Booz Allen Hamilton announced that it would sell a majority stake in the US governmentbusiness to The Carlyle Group for $2.54 billion. The transaction was expected to be complete July 31, 2008. [22]On August 2008, Carlyle Group bought IRIS Unified Ag through FRS Global.On October 16, 2009, Carlyle Group bought Metaldyne - a global automotive components supplier. [23]On September 4th, 2011, the carpet manufacturer Brintons announced that it had been acquired by the CarlyleGroup.[24]On October 3rd, 2011, the pharmaceutical contract research organisation PPD announced that it had been acquiredby the Carlyle Group.[25][edit] Carlyle Capital CorporationIn March 2008, Carlyle Capital Corporation, established in August 2006 [26] for the purpose of making investmentsin U.S. mortgage-backed securities, defaulted on about US$ 16.6 billion of debt as the global credit crunch broughtabout by the subprime mortgage crisis worsened for leveraged investors. The Guernsey-based affiliate of Carlylewas very heavily leveraged, up to 32 times by some accounts, and it expects its creditors to seize its remainingassets.[27] Tremors in the mortgage markets induced several of Carlyles 13 lenders to make margin calls or todeclare Carlyle in default on its loans. [28] In response to the forced liquidation of mortgage-backed assets caused bythe Carlyle margin calls and other similar developments in credit markets, on March 11, 2008, the Federal Reservegave Wall Streets primary dealers the right to post mortgaged-back securities as collateral for loans of up to $200billion in higher-grade, U.S. government-backed securities.[29] On March 12, 2008, BBC News Online reportedthat "instead of underpinning the mortgage-backed securities market, it seems to have had the opposite effect,giving lenders an opportunity to dump the risky asset" and that Carlyle Capital Corp. "will collapse if, as expected,its lenders seize its remaining assets."[30] On March 16, 2008, Carlyle Capital announced that its Class AShareholders had voted unanimously in favor of the Corporation filing a petition under Part XVI, Sec. 96, of theCompanies Law (1994) of Guernsey[31] for a "compulsory winding up proceeding" to permit all its remainingassets to be liquidated by a court appointed liquidator.[32]The losses to the Carlyle Group due to the collapse of Carlyle Capital are reported to be "minimal from a financialstandpoint".[33][edit] AlpInvestMain article: AlpInvest Partners AlpInvest PartnersType PrivateIndustry Private EquityHeadquarters Amsterdam, Netherlands Fund investments, Secondaries, Co-Products Investments, MezzanineTotal assets €42 billion ($55 billion)
  6. 6. Parent The Carlyle GroupWebsite www.AlpInvest.comAlpInvest Partners is one of the largest private equity investment managers globally with over €42 billion(approximately $55 billion) under management at the end of 2009, invested alongside more than 250 private equityfirms. Founded in 1999, AlpInvest has historically been the exclusive manager of private equity investments forthe investment managers of two of the worlds largest pension funds Stichting Pensioenfonds ABP (ABP) andStichting Pensioenfonds Zorg en Welzijn (PFZW), both based in the Netherlands. In January 2011, Carlyleannounced the acquisition of AlpInvest. The acquisition will add a leading fund-of-funds and secondary platform,significantly expanding Carlyles global asset management business.AlpInvest pursues investment opportunities across the entire spectrum of private equity including: large buyout,middle-market buyout, venture capital, growth capital, mezzanine, distressed and sustainable energy investments.The firm also invests through a range of private equity investment channels, which include: new fundcommitments, secondary market purchases, equity co-investments and mezzanine investments. AlpInvest investsprimarily in private equity limited partnerships and effectively acts as a fund investor, making commitments toprivate equity funds globally. Between 2000 and 2010, AlpInvest made 389 fund investments managed by 226different general partners.[2] AlpInvest will invest with these firms either by making commitments to newinvestment funds or by purchasing funds through the private equity secondary market. AlpInvest is one of thelargest private equity fund investors and is also among the largest and most active and experienced investors inprivate equity secondaries. The Secondary Investments team acquires or restructures portfolios of private equityassets ranging in size from €1 million to more than €1 billion. [2] AlpInvest also invests directly alongside some ofthe largest private equity investors through an active co-investment program and will make mezzanine debtinvestments into companies owned by financial sponsors.[34]AlpInvest has offices in New York, Amsterdam, Hong Kong and London with over 70 investment professionalsand over 115 employees.[edit] Carlyle in the Media[edit] DocumentariesCarlyle has been profiled in two notable documentaries, Michael Moores Fahrenheit 911 and William Karels TheWorld According to Bush.In the documentary film Fahrenheit 911, Michael Moore makes nine allegations concerning the Carlyle Group,including: That the Bin Laden and Bush families were both connected to the Group; that following the attacks onSeptember 11, the bin Laden family’s investments in the Carlyle Group became an embarrassment to the CarlyleGroup and the family was forced to liquidate their assets with the firm; that the Carlyle group was, in essence, the11th largest defense contractor in the United States.[35] Moore focused on Carlyles connections with George H. W.Bush and his Secretary of State James A. Baker III, both of whom had at times served as advisors to the firm.A Carlyle spokesman noted in 2003 that its 7% interest in defense industries was far less than several other Privateequity firms.[36] Carlyle also has provided detail on its links with the Bin Laden family, specifically the relativelyminor investments by an estranged half brother. [37]In his documentary The World According to Bush (May 2004), William Karel interviewed Frank Carlucci todiscuss the presence of Shafiq bin Laden, Osama bin Ladens estranged brother, at Carlyles annual investorconference while the September 11 attacks were occurring. [37][38]
  7. 7. Zeitgeist The Movie makes similar claims that The Carlyle Group may have played a part in 9/11.[edit] Controversial LegislationIn February 2008, a US Senate bill was introduced that would increase the regulation of nursing homes such asthose run by HCR Manor Care which Carlyle purchased in December 2007.[39]Also in February 2008, a bill was introduced in California that would have barred CalPERS from investing money"with private-equity firms that are partly owned by countries with poor records on human rights," which wouldinclude Carlyle because Mubadala Development is owned by part of the United Arab Emirates. The California billwas later withdrawn.[40][edit] Notable current and former employees and advisors[edit] Business  G. Allen Andreas - Chairman of the Archer Daniels Midland Company, Carlyle European Advisory Board  Daniel Akerson -Board member at 7 companies, Managing director at Carlyle  Joaquin Avila - former managing director at Lehman Brothers, Managing director at Carlyle  Laurent Beaudoin - CEO of Bombardier (1979-), former member of Carlyle’s Canadian Advisory board  Peter Cornelius - Managing Director of Nielsen Australia.  Paul Desmarais - Chairman of the Power Corporation of Canada, former member of Carlyle’s Canadian Advisory board  David M. Moffett - CEO of Freddie Mac, Former Senior advisor to the Carlyle  Karl Otto Pöhl - former President of the Bundesbank, Former Senior advisor to the Carlyle Group  Olivier Sarkozy (half-brother of Nicolas Sarkozy, President of France) - co-head and managing director of its recently launched global financial services division, since March 2008. [41][edit] Political figures[edit] North America  James Baker III, former United States Secretary of State under George H. W. Bush, Staff member under Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush, Carlyle Senior Counselor, served in this capacity from 1993 to 2005.  George H. W. Bush, former U.S. President, Senior Advisor to the Carlyle Asia Advisory Board from April 1998 to October 2003.  Frank C. Carlucci, former United States Secretary of Defense from 1987 to 1989; Carlyle Chairman and Chairman Emeritus from 1989 to 2005.  Arthur Levitt, Chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) under President Bill Clinton, Carlyle Senior Advisor from 2001 to the present  Luis Téllez Kuenzler, Mexican economist, former Secretary of Communications and Transportation under the Felipe Calderón administration and former Secretary of Energy under the Zedillo administration.  Frank McKenna, former Premier of New Brunswick, Canadian Ambassador to the United States between 2005 and 2006 and current Deputee Chairman of Toronto-Dominion Bank; served on Carlyles Canadian advisory board.  Mack McLarty, Carlyle Group Senior Advisor (from 2003), White House Chief of Staff to President Bill Clinton from 1993 to 1994.  Randal K. Quarles, former Under Secretary of the U.S. Treasury under President George W. Bush, now a Carlyle managing director[edit] Europe  John Major, former British Prime Minister, Chairman, Carlyle Europe from 2001 - 2004
  8. 8. [edit] Asia  Anand Panyarachun, former Prime Minister of Thailand (twice), former member of the Carlyle Asia Advisory Board until the board was disbanded in 2004  Fidel V. Ramos, former president of the Philippines, Carlyle Asia Advisor Board Member until the board was disbanded in 2004  Peter Chung, former associate at Carlyle Group Korea, who resigned in 2001 after 2 weeks on the job after his infamous email scandal  Thaksin Shinawatra, former Prime Minister of Thailand (twice), former member of the Carlyle Asia Advisory Board until 2001 when he resigned upon being elected Prime Minister. [42][edit] Media  Norman Pearlstine - editor-in-chief of Time magazine from (1995–2005), senior advisor telecommunications and media group 2006-[edit] See also  Carlyle Group companies (category)[edit] References 1. ^ a b c d e Carlyle Group Form S-1 Registration Statement. 2. ^ a b c d Carlyle Group annual report 3. ^ "PEI 300". Private Equity International. May 2011. Retrieved 25 May 2011. 4. ^ "PEI 50" (PDF). Private Equity International. May 2007. p. 2. Retrieved 23 July 2010. 5. ^ David A. Vise, "Area Merchant Banking Firm Formed," Washington Post, Oct. 5, 1987, F33 6. ^ Paul Farhi, "Chi-Chis Bid Won D.C. Investment Firm Wall Streets Attention," Washington Post, June 6, 1988, F1 7. ^ John Mintz, "Founder Going Beyond the Carlyle Group," Washington Post, Jan. 9, 1995, F9 8. ^ Thornton, Emily "Carlyle Changes Its Stripes," BusinessWeek, February 12, 2007 9. ^ a b Heath, Thomas. "Government of Abu Dhabi Buys Stake in Carlyle." Washington Post, September 21, 2007, page D01. 10. ^ [1] 11. ^ "NY Cuomo: Tainted deals included Carlyle Group" Reuters, March 19, 2009 12. ^ Carlyle Pays $20 Million to Resolve Inquiry. New York Times, May 20, 2009 13. ^ "Private equity giant Carlyle files for IPO". Renaissance Capital. 06 September 2011. 14. ^ McCarty, Dawn (2010-08-25). "Oriental Trading Co. Files for Bankruptcy in Delaware". Bloomberg. Retrieved 2010-09-28. 15. ^ United Defense Industries. GlobalSecurity.org, July 31, 2005. Retrieved October 22, 2008. 16. ^ Peterson, Laura. Windfalls of War. United Defense Industries, L.P. Center for Public Integrity, October 31, 2003. 17. ^ The Carlyle Group: The Big Boys of Private Equity Defense Ventures 18. ^ Carlyle Group website, healthcare portfolio, http://www.carlyle.com/Portfolio/item7490.html 19. ^ "The Carlyle Group to Acquire Synagro Technologies for $5.76 Per Share" 2007-01-29 20. ^ Reuters/Yahoo! News: "GM selling Allison for $5.6 billion," 2007-06-28 21. ^ "Carlyle Group acquires Applus," 2007-07-28 22. ^ http://www.boozallen.com/news/39856120?o9002123=&lpid=66005 23. ^ http://www.metaldyne.com/metaldyne/sections/newsroom/documents/2009-10-16-Metaldyne-Press-Release.pdf 24. ^ "Brintons carpets acquired in deal of about £40m". BBC News. September 4, 2011. 25. ^ http://investor.ppdi.com/releasedetail.cfm?ReleaseID=610217 26. ^ Carlyle Capital Corporation Intends to File for Compulsory Winding up in Guernsey 27. ^ Carlyle Capital in default, on brink of collapse - Reuters 28. ^ Washington Post "Carlyle Group Holding Crisis Talks in N.Y.," 03-10-08 29. ^ Fed Hopes to Ease Strain on Economic Activity 03-11-08 30. ^ "Hedge fund on verge of collapse". BBC News Online. 13 March 2008. 31. ^ Companies Law of Guernsey (1994)
  9. 9. 32. ^ "Carlyle Capital Corporation Intends To File For Compulsory Winding Up In Guernsey" Carlyle Capital Corporation New Release, March 16, 2008 33. ^ Jessica Hall, Dane Hamilton (March 14, 2008). "CCCs Woes Seen as Small Blemish for Carlyle Group". Reuters. 34. ^ LPs Seeking Co-investment Opportunities in Emerging Markets (Emerging Markets Private Equity, Quarterly Review Q4 2006). Page 13. 35. ^ Moore, Michael "Factual Back-Up for Fahrenheit 9/11: Section Four" michaelmoore.com 36. ^ Doward, Jamie (2003-05-23). "Ex-presidents club gets fat on conflict". The Observer. 37. ^ a b Glassman, James K. "Big Deals. David Rubenstein and His Partners Have Made Billions With the Carlyle Group, the World’s Hottest Private Equity Firm. How Have They Made All That Money? Why Are They in Washington?"Washingtonian, June 2006. 38. ^ The Carlyle Group. Economist, Jun 26th 2003 39. ^ Heath, Thomas. "Pair of Proposals Take Aim at Carlyle Group." Washington Post, February 15, 2008. 40. ^ Kasler, Dale. "Bill limiting CalPERS, CalSTRS investments withdrawn." Sacramento Bee, April 9, 2008. 41. ^ Nick Clarck, Carlyle poaches Olivier Sarkozy, The Independent, 4 March 2008 (English) 42. ^ [2][edit] Further reading  James K. Glassman, "Big Deals," Washingtonian Magazine, June 2006  Geoffrey Colvin & Ram Charan, "Private Lives," Fortune Magazine, November 27, 2006  Private Equity Firms, Directory of Private Equity Firms  Emily Thornton, "Carlyle Changes Its Stripes," BusinessWeek, February 12, 2007  Dan Briody, The Iron Triangle: Inside the Secret World of the Carlyle Group, John Wiley & Sons, 2003, ISBN 0- 471-28108-5.  Bin Laden Family Liquidates Holdings With Carlyle Group. New York Times: October 26, 2001.  Bin Laden Family Could Profit From a Jump In Defense Spending Due to Ties to U.S. Bank. Wall Street Journal: September 27, 2001.[edit] External links  The Carlyle Group (company website)

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