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Both align with Apollo’s philanthropic mandate to make an impact on the communities in which we work, live, and invest.
Apollo Global Management, LLC makes its initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange, ticker symbol APO, further solidifying Apollo’s position as a leading global alternative investment manager.
Across three decades and numerous economic cycles, the firm’s contrarian culture has made it an innovator in identifying different paths to value.
Growth in Apollo’s total assets under management (AUM) over the past 10 years has been driven largely by yield-oriented permanent capital vehicles, and by Apollo’s continued success in opportunistic investing.
Pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, university endowments, charitable foundations, financial institutions, and family offices alike rely on Apollo to deliver differentiated long-term investment performance.
Fostering deep, long-lasting relationships with investors is paramount, and we believe our commitment to meet their needs is one important reason many of them are invested in multiple Apollo funds.
He is responsible for aligning all human capital initiatives and functions with the strategic objectives of the firm. Breitfelder leads talent management, leadership development, diversity and inclusion, performance management, learning, compensation and benefits, and recruiting. Department of Commerce, where he focused on international trade and economic policy. Breitfelder serves on the boards of the Lumina Foundation and the Aspen Institute’s Business and Society program. and Bankers Trust Company within the Corporate Finance division responsible for sourcing, structuring and executing financing and merger and acquisition advice for the firm’s private equity clients. Civale graduated from Middlebury College with a Bachelors of Arts in Political Science. Drescher is a Senior Partner at Apollo, having joined the firm in 2004, and is a member of the firm’s Management Committee. Drescher was employed by JP Morgan for ten years, primarily in its Alternative Investment group. Drescher is currently on the board of directors of ADT Security Services (NYSE: ADT), The Young Woman’s Leadership Network, and The Allen Stevenson School. He was formerly Head of Europe and Managing Partner of Apollo European Principal Finance based in London.
He graduated with honors, Phi Beta Kappa and Beta Gamma Sigma, from the University of North Carolina and received his MBA from Northwestern University. Parr received the Outstanding Alumni Award at the University of North Carolina in 2013. Beard is a Senior Partner at Apollo, the Global Head of Natural Resources and a member of the Apollo Management Committee.
It’s the first of many successes—such as Converse, Vail Resorts, and Hostess Brands—that will follow over the next two decades. Black is the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Apollo Global Management, LLC and a Managing Partner of Apollo Management, L. which he founded in 1990 to manage investment capital on behalf of a group of institutional investors, focusing on corporate restructuring, leveraged buyouts, and taking minority positions in growth-oriented companies. Black worked at Drexel Burnham Lambert Incorporated, where he served as Managing Director, head of the Mergers & Acquisitions Group and co-head of the Corporate Finance Department.
He serves on the boards of directors of Apollo Global Management, LLC, The New York City Partnership and the general partner of AP Alternative Assets. Black is Chairman of The Museum of Modern Art, a trustee of Mt. He is also a member of The Council on Foreign Relations.
We believe that strong investor relationships have helped to create lasting value for investors.
Leon Black, Apollo Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, and Josh Harris and Marc Rowan, Senior Managing Directors and Co-Founders, describe Apollo’s unusual beginning in 1990, and its evolution into an integrated, global leader in alternative investment management.