Henry Kravis

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Henry Kravis

An American private equity investor. He began his career at Bear Stearns, where he engineered a number of leveraged buyouts. In the 1970s, started his own firm. He was born in 1944 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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We believe this change, together with continued strong performance, will increase our ability to generate significant long-term equity value for all of our shareholders," said Henry R. Kravis and George R.
"We had a good start to the year with strong returns, cash flow generation, and balance sheet income," said Henry R. Kravis and George R.
Henry R. Kravis '69, cofounder, co-chairman and co-CEO of Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co., recently pledged $100 million to support Columbia Business School's new home in the old Manhattanville manufacturing zone.
Accel-KKR Director Henry R. Kravis has indicated that the partners expect Aka-Technology to develop in this environment by working with front line companies, integrating the best of the old and the new economies to create a new category of companies for the Internet age.
"We want to keep as much of the company together as possible," said partner Henry R. Kravis. "But clearly we'll have to sell some of the food assets."
Henry R. Kravis, founding chairman of the Fund, said "The China Center is a great example of what can be accomplished through public-private collaboration, both here at home and reaching across the world to the government and business leadership of China.
The promotion was announced today by Henry R. Kravis and Russell Carson, Co-Chairs of the Investment Fund.
"Our study confirmed that New York has scientific talent, productive research and venture capital equal to anyplace in the country," states Fund Chairman Henry R. Kravis, Founding Partner of Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.
Fund was established in 1996 under the leadership of Henry R. Kravis. Its mission is to generate jobs and promote economic growth in New York City, specifically by focusing on projects that have strategic benefits for the city and its neighborhoods.