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3-minute video – All you need to know about

KKR Global Impact Fund II

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KKR Global Impact Fund II: a global impact fund backed by an experienced private equity firm

 

Founded in 1976, KKR is a world leader in Private Equity. With offices in nearly 20 countries on 4 continents, today KKR has a headcount of more than 1,900, and Assets under Management of more than 470 billion dollars. Furthermore, its performance in Private Equity has been very robust, with a composite gross Internal Rate of Return above 25%1..

Moreover, KKR stands out for its leadership in ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) as well as responsible investments. For more than 10 years, the KKR Group has continued to innovate in these areas, positioning itself as a pioneer and contributing to the implementation of industry standards.

Through its second impact fund, KKR seeks to invest in companies that offer private equity returns and whose core business addresses one or more of the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

The KKR Impact II fund invests in North America, Europe and Asia, where its dedicated teams are based. It concentrates on 4 main investment themes:

•Climate Action, with, for example, companies facilitating the energy transition, managing environmental impact or adapting to climate change;

•Lifelong Learnings, with solutions promoting equitable access and quality of education;

•Sustainable Living, investing in, among other, responsible consumption and production, the circular economy as well as sustainable cities and infrastructure;

•Inclusive Growth covering improved social, digital and financial inclusion.

 


Investing in companies

that deliver impact through

underlying products/services

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Active commitment to drive

value creation,

achieve incremental impact,

& manage risk

 

 

 

 

 

 

Investing in North America,

Europe and Asia

 

 

 

 

 

 

Private Equity strategy targeting
private equity-like returns2

Source: BNP Paribas Wealth Management & KKR – Q4 2021

1Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performances. No guarantee is given on the success, profitability, return or benefit of this investment.  

2Forecasts and targets are not guaranteed

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An investment opportunity:

KKR Global Impact Fund II

Award


Accessing a global private equity impact fund backed by an experienced private equity firm

The KKR impact fund is a global PE impact fund, launched by an experienced PE platform with a global presence

Timing


Impact benefits from significant macro opportunities

    Contribution to key United Nations Sustainable Development Goals represents an estimated $12 trillion in investment opportunities by 20301

Positive Growth


A good track record  for the first KKR Impact fund

with a resilient

portfolio and PE returns2

Fund I generated a net IRR above 40%3 as of 31 December 2021, and has already delivered monetization events in five portfolio companies3.

Market Resume


Specific, objective and transparent impact reporting

KKR leverages on third-party frameworks and uses metrics that matter and reflect achieved impact

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A well-defined value creation playbook

    The first KKR Impact fund demonstrated its ability to create value through strategic partnerships, build-ups and business transformation

Innovation


The power of the global KKR platform 

The KKR dedicated impact team is supported by the full spectrum of KKR capabilities, which includes other investment teams and approximately 500 executives within the broader KKR capabilities

Source: BNP Paribas Wealth Management & KKR – Q4 2021

1United Nations Global Compact, 2017

2Forecasts and targets are not guaranteed

3Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performances. No guarantee is given on the success, profitability, return or benefit of this investment.

 

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Our Speakers

Maxime Jouret - Head of Real Estate Products - BNP Paribas Wealth Management


Claire Roborel de Climens

Global Head of Private and Alternative Investments
BNP Paribas Wealth Management

Karen Sprogis - Managing Partner Blackstone


Robert Antablin

Partner & Co-Head of Global Impact
KKR

Anthony Guerra - Principal, Private Wealth Solutions - Blackstone


Elizabeth Seeger

Managing Director, Sustainable Investing
KKR

Anthony Guerra - Principal, Private Wealth Solutions - Blackstone


Yacine Boumahrat
Managing Director, Client and Partner Group
KKR

Since joining BNP Paribas Wealth Management in 2004, Claire Roborel de Climens has set up the Private Equity Group. In 2010 she was also nominated Head of Real Estate. In 2015, she became Head of the Private and Alternative Investments department, adding the Hedge Funds, Strategic-A (asset allocation service), Philanthropy Advisory and AgriFrance activities to her scope of responsibility. Claire is a member of various advisory boards of Global and European Private Equity and Real Estate funds. She sits on the board of Global General Partner, the AIFM manager of PERE feeder funds, and on the Supervisory Board of BNP Paribas Real Estate investment Management France (REIM). Prior to joining BNP Paribas Wealth Management, Claire worked 10 years for PAI Partners, a leading pan-European Private Equity firm, as a manager in the Finance Department, Investor Relations activities and then as an investor in the General Industrials sector where she was involved in many LBO transactions. She started her career as an auditor at Ernst & Young where she worked for 6 years for large industrial groups and Private Equity funds. Claire Roborel de Climens is a graduate of the EMLyon business school.

Robert Antablin (New York) joined KKR in 2005 and is Co-Head of KKR Global Impact, the firm’s private market investing platform focused on businesses that promote commercial solutions to global issues associated with economic development, environmental management, the energy transition, agricultural and food production and education and learning. He serves as a member of the firm’s Global Impact Investment and Portfolio Management Committees. Mr. Antablin currently serves on the boards of directors of Axius Water, Burning Glass, Monterra and Resource Environmental Solutions. Prior to joining KKR, Mr. Antablin was with Goldman, Sachs & Co.’s investment banking division in New York. Mr. Antablin holds a B.S. with highest distinction, Phi Beta Kappa, from the Schreyer Honors College of the Pennsylvania State University.

 

Elizabeth Seeger (Washington, D.C.) joined KKR in 2009 to help oversee the consideration of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues throughout KKR's investment process, including the management of KKR’s ESG-focused value creation programs for its portfolio companies. She is also a member of KKR’s Global Impact team. Ms. Seeger was previously a project manager in the corporate partnerships program of Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). Prior to EDF, she was a consultant with the Corporate Executive Board (CEB), where she advised companies from a broad range of industries in Europe and the United States. Before CEB, Ms. Seeger was an associate at the Environmental Law Institute, a non-profit organization focused on environmental law and policy research and education. She is a 2013 Aspen Institute First Movers Fellow and became a member of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board in 2017. Ms. Seeger has close to 20 years of experience working on corporate environmental and social issues and earned a B.A. with honors from the University of Chicago and an M.B.A. from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

 

 

Yacine Boumahrat (Paris) joined KKR in 2020 and is a Managing Director in the Client and Partner Group, responsible for the French and Benelux markets. Prior to joining KKR, Mr. Boumahrat was at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, where he headed the fund distribution team covering France and Monaco and co-headed the Benelux team for both listed and alternative strategies. Mr. Boumahrat graduated from ESSEC Business School, the Paris Bar School (Ecole de Formation du Barreau) and holds a post-graduate degree in International Economic Law from the University Paris Pantheon Sorbonne..

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