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Who We AreOur firm is global.Our expertise is deep.Our products are diverse.We work for our investors.We form partnerships.We invest wisely.We create value.
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Carlyle professionals collaborating seamlessly and selflessly across funds, industries and geographies to deliver the wisdom, knowledge and resources required to invest wisely and create value for our investors.
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Deep expertise in 11 core industries is central to Carlyle’s ability to create value. Valuing depth over breadth, most of our investment professionals specialize in an industry sector. And through One Carlyle collaboration, that expertise is shared across fund, industry and geography to harness the power of our global network. For example, when our South America team targeted a healthcare company in São Paulo, the New York-based healthcare team collaborated on the transaction and both our U.S. and South America buyout funds invested in the company.
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Vought Aircraft, owned twice by Carlyle, makes parts for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
Each year Dunkin' Donuts serves 900 million cups of coffee in the U.S. alone.
Energy & Power
Kinder Morgan owns thousands of miles of natural gas pipelines in the U.S. and Canada.
China Pacific Insurance, a Carlyle Asia Partners investment, is the third largest insurer in China.
Carlyle purchased a family of hospitals in Turkey in 2009.
We’re refurbishing Connecticut’s 23 highway rest stops.
Our skyscrapers and condos are located in NY, Beijing, Paris and Tokyo.
& Business Services
Barcelona-based Applus tests things without destroying them.
We invest in cable companies in the U.S., Europe and Asia and Nielsen, the company that monitors their programs.
We’re commissioning up to $5 billion in container ships that will serve Chinese state-owned entities.