|Founder||Ned Gilhuly, Scott Stuart|
|Headquarters||Greenwich, Connecticut, United States|
|Products||Private equity, Management buyout|
|AUM||USD 1.4 billion (2014)|
Number of employees
|20+ (2014) |
Sageview Capital is an American investment firm with $1.4 billion of assets under management. The firm was started by Ned Gilhuly and Scott Stuart, two former members of the Kohlberg Kravis Roberts Executive Committee, in May 2006.
The firm describes its investment strategy as bringing a "private equity approach" to public market investing, while the firm also pursues private equity investments.
The firm describes its investment strategy as bringing a "private equity approach" to public market investing, while the firm also pursues private equity investments. Sageview Capital is a long-term investor with a target investment horizon of three to five years or longer. The goal is to work constructively and collaboratively with a company's management team and board of directors without ever being hostile.
The employees of Sageview Capital are collectively the single largest investor in the fund.
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- Sageview Capital (company website)
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