The creation of a “very depressing spreadsheet”
In a wide-ranging interview with Privcap, Nuttall sheds new light on KKR's transformation from private equity-only powerhouse to multi-asset class, global financial services competitor. He also responds to concerns of misalignment between the firm’s private LPs and public shareholders, analyzes the supply/demand imbalance in the global energy and infrastructure markets, and describes the firm’s “measured”
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Head of Global Capital and Asset Management
Scott Nuttall (New York) joined KKR in 1996 and is head of KKR’s Global Capital and Asset Management Group, which includes KKR Asset Management, KKR Capital Markets and KKR’s Client and Partner Group. He is also actively involved in other companies and funds affiliated with the Firm. He has played a significant role in several of KKR’s private equity investments. He is currently a member of the boards of directors of First Data Corporation and KKR Financial Holdings. Prior to joining KKR, he was with the Blackstone Group where he was involved in numerous merchant banking and merger and acquisition transactions. He received a B.S., summa cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Nuttall serves as co-Chair of Teach for America - New York, a non-profit organization that aims to eliminate educational inequity.