Which companies outside of consulting are the most impressive (not to the layman but to let's say consultants) to have on your resume regardless of industry? FAANG, GS, KKR, BW
So top megafunds for spring recruiting... 1. Carlyle 2. KKR 3. Blackstone 4. Mormon Church? https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-mormon-church-amassed-100-billion-it-was-the-best-kept-secret-in-the-investment-world-11581138011
PE Operations firms (like KKR Capstone) - how does one get a job there? Any insights into total compensation there?
KKR Capstone - I've an upcoming interview with them. Does anyone have any insights on the process, culture, how they are seen by the investment team, WLB, salary? Thanks 🙏🐠
What is opinion about an operations executive role at KKR Capstone? Any insights on work life balance, all in cash compensation?
Was just invited to a KKR capstone event. Does anyone know comp for their ops team? I’m sure it’s less than investment role
What are your thoughts about KKR capstone? Recruiting process and word on the street about how interesting work is / WLB?
KKR Capstone- anybody have any insights into comp, WLB, type of work, upsides/downsides, etc.? Anything would be appreciated
What is the pay range for IT/operations for PE firms like Blackstone & KKR? Most likely in New York or Bay Area
Can anyone describe why there is such a strong relationship with the industry and the military I.e David Petraeus being the Chairman of KKR (huge fan of the guy btw)
What are your thoughts on PE Ops vs consulting? What would you look for in a PE Ops role / firm? Thoughts on a smaller vs large like KKR Capstone or TPG?