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Carlyle Group Inc

CG.O

Latest Trade

34.25USD

Change

-0.22(-0.64%)

Volume

2,773,183

Today's Range

33.43

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34.70

52 Week Range

15.21

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37.81

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Pricing

Previous Close
34.47
Open
34.55
Volume
2,773,183
3M AVG Volume
29.51
Today's High
34.70
Today's Low
33.43
52 Week High
37.81
52 Week Low
15.21
Shares Out (MIL)
354.19
Market Cap (MIL)
12,131.13
Forward P/E
15.28
Dividend (Yield %)
2.92

Next Event

Q1 2021 Carlyle Group Inc Earnings Release

Latest Developments

More

Logoplaste Says Ontario Teachers Pension Plan Board To Buy Carlyle's Stake In Co

Carlyle Presents Strategic Plan To Accelerate Platform And Earnings Growth At 2021 Investor Day

Carlyle Group Qtrly Earnings Per Share $1.44

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About Carlyle Group Inc

The Carlyle Group Inc., formerly The Carlyle Group L.P., is a diversified multi-product global alternative asset management firm. The Company advises on various investment funds and other investment vehicles that invests across a range of industries, geographies, asset classes and investment strategies, and seeks to deliver returns for its fund investors. The Company operates in four segments: Corporate Private Equity (CPE), Real Assets, Global Credit and Investment Solutions. The Corporate Private Equity segment is comprised of the operations that advise a diverse group of funds that invest in buyout, middle market and growth capital transactions that focus on either a geography or a particular industry. The Real Assets segment is comprised of the operations that advise United States and international funds focused on real estate, infrastructure, energy and renewable energy transactions.

Industry

Investment Services

Contact Info

C/O The Carlyle Group

1001 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.

WASHINGTON, DC

20004

United States

+1.202.7295626

https://www.carlyle.com

Executive Leadership

William E. Conway

Co-Executive Chairman of the Board, Founder

David M. Rubenstein

Founder, Co-Executive Chairman, Director

Daniel A. D' Aniello

Founder, Chairman Emeritus and Director

Kewsong Lee

Chief Executive Officer, Director

Curtis L. Buser

Chief Financial Officer

Key Stats

2.13 mean rating - 15 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, USD)

2018

2.2K

2019

2.1K

2020

2.3K

2021(E)

2.6K
EPS (USD)

2018

5.560

2019

1.700

2020

2.050

2021(E)

2.241
Price To Earnings (TTM)
41.65
Price To Sales (TTM)
4.13
Price To Book (MRQ)
4.50
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
27.89
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
280.15
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
276.62
Return on Investment (TTM)
4.15
Return on Equity (TTM)
2.60

Latest News

Latest News

Ontario Teachers fund to buy Carlyle's majority stake in Logoplaste

Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board will buy U.S. private equity firm Carlyle Group's majority stake in Portugal's Logoplaste for an undisclosed sum, the plastic packaging maker said on Friday.

Ontario Teachers fund to buy Carlyle's majority stake in Logoplaste

Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board will buy Carlyle Group's majority stake in Logoplaste for an undisclosed value, the Portuguese plastic packaging maker said on Friday.

Carlyle invests $200 million in South Korea Kakao Mobility, valuing at $3.1 billion

Carlyle Group Inc agreed to invest $200 million in South Korea's Kakao Mobility, valuing the firm at 3.42 trillion won ($3.09 billion), Kakao Mobility said on Thursday.

Carlyle-backed software firm WingArc1st launches $172 million IPO

Japan's software company WingArc1st Inc, which is backed by U.S. buyout firm Carlyle Group Inc, on Thursday launched an initial public offering (IPO) worth up to 18.2 billion yen ($171.8 million), a regulatory filing showed.

Carlyle plans third attempt at IPO for Japan's WingArc1st

U.S. buyout firm Carlyle Group Inc is set to win approval for an initial public offering (IPO) of Japan's WingArc1st Inc as early as Thursday, two people with knowledge of the matter said, its third attempt to list the software firm.

Carlyle withdraws bid for Japan Asia Group

Global private equity firm Carlyle Group on Wednesday withdrew its bid to buy energy and environment firm Japan Asia Group (JAG) in a deal worth 48 billion yen ($459 million), as a Japanese activist fund beat its offer.

Carlyle's fourth-quarter earnings rise on strong asset sales

Carlyle Group Inc said on Thursday its fourth quarter distributable earnings rose 38% year-on-year, surpassing analysts' expectations, as it cashed out on more assets in its private equity and credit businesses.

Carlyle raises offer to buy Japan Asia Group to $463 million, tops planned bid by activist fund

Carlyle Group said on Tuesday it would increase its offer for energy and environment services firm Japan Asia Group (JAG) to 48 billion yen ($462.52 million), doubling the per share element and topping the value of a bid an activist fund has said it's lining up.

Carlyle-backed Atotech aims for raise up to $751 million in U.S. IPO

The Germany-based firm, which makes specialty chemicals and equipment for printed circuit boards and semiconductors, is keen on selling about 34.1 million shares at a range of between $19 and $22 apiece. About 4.9 million of these shares are being sold by the selling stockholders...

Murakami-backed fund plans Japanese bid battle with Carlyle

A Japanese fund backed by veteran investor Yoshiaki Murakami plans to make an 18 billion yen ($173 million) bid for energy and environment firm Japan Asia Group (JAG), topping a management buyout offer backed by Carlyle Group.

Carlyle to buy Japanese testing-tools maker Rigaku to help IPO pursuit

U.S. buyout firm Carlyle Group said on Wednesday it will buy Japan's Rigaku Corp, confirming a media report from earlier in the day that put the deal value at about $1 billion, as the manufacturer of X-ray-based testing tools plans to go public.

Australian takeover target Link opens books to SS&C Technologies

Link Administration Holdings said on Thursday it would give U.S. software firm SS&C Technologies Holdings Inc due diligence access, to better its A$3.02 billion ($2.25 billion) offer in the race to buy the shareholder registry firm.

Carlyle-backed Rede D'or valued at $22 billion in Brazil IPO

Rede D'or, Brazil's biggest hospital chain, was valued at 112.5 billion reais ($22 billion) in an initial public offering priced on Tuesday, sources told Reuters and the company confirmed in a securities filing, placing it among Brazil's 10 biggest companies by market capitalization...

The Carlyle Group to buy Swiss watch industry supplier Acrotec

Global investment company The Carlyle Group has agreed to buy the Acrotec Group, which supplies the watch and medical technology industries, from Castik Capital for an undisclosed sum, it said on Monday.

Jacobs Engineering to acquire majority stake in PA Consulting

Jacobs Engineering said on Monday it would acquire a 65% stake in PA Consulting, estimating the management consultancy firm at an enterprise value of 1.83 billion pounds ($2.44 billion).

U.S. retailer Guitar Center enters restructuring deal to cut debt by $800 million

Guitar Center Inc, the largest U.S. retailer of music instruments and equipment, has reached a restructuring agreement with key stakeholders that includes debt reduction by nearly $800 million, the company said in a statement.

Carlyle invests $250 million in U.S. e-commerce firm Pharmapacks

Private equity firm Carlyle Group Inc said on Thursday it had invested more than $250 million in Pharmapacks, a U.S. e-commerce firm focused on health, personal care and beauty products.

Vans owner VF Corp to buy streetwear brand Supreme for $2.1 billion

Vans owner VF Corp said on Monday it would pay $2.1 billion to buy popular streetwear brand Supreme, which is expected to add at least $500 million to the apparel company's annual revenue in fiscal 2022.

Siemens agrees to sell Flender to Carlyle Group in $2.4 billion deal

Siemens <SIEGn.DE> has agreed to sell Flender to U.S. buyout group Carlyle Group <CG.O> in a deal valuing the mechanical drives business at 2.025 billion euros ($2.39 billion), the German engineering group said on Thursday.

Carlyle reports better-than-expected third-quarter earnings

Buyout firm Carlyle Group Inc <CG.O> reported on Thursday a smaller-than-expected 6% drop in third quarter distributable earnings as growth in its private equity and credit businesses partly offset a decline in asset sales from its real estate and energy divisions.

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