|会社名||Cognex Corp （コグネックス）|
|概要||事業概要 カーライル・グループ(The Carlyle Group L.P.)はグローバルな代替資産運用会社。同社は様々な産業、地域、資産クラスや投資戦略にわたって投資を行う専門の投資ファンドや他の投資ビークルを対象に、投資アドバイスを提供する。同社はコーポレート・プライベート・エクイティ事業、実物資産事業、グローバル市場戦略事業、及びファンド・オブ・ファンズ・ソリューション事業という４つの事業セグメントを運営する。コーポレート・プライベート・エクイティ事業は同社のバイアウトとグロース型キャピタル・ファンドに投資アドバイスを提供する。実物資産事業は同社の米国および国際的に焦点を当てた不動産とインフラ・ファンドに投資アドバイスを提供する。グローバル市場戦略事業はファンドの一団にアドバイスする。平成24年12月、同社はMetaldyne LLC、並びにMilton Roy Co.、Sullair Corp.及びSundyne Corpの工業製品事業を譲渡した。平成25年1月、同社は、民間投資と買収会社であるOpenGate Capital LLCがZodiac Marine_PoolからZodiac Recreationalを買収したことを発表した。 コグネックスは米国の特殊機器メ―カ―。主に、高精度画像処理技術を取り入れたマシンビジョンシステムや工業用バ―コ―ドリ―ダを製造、販売する。ビジョンシステム、ビジョンソフトウェア、ビジョンセンサ、表面検査システムなどの、ファクトリ―オ―トメ―ション(生産自動化)を世界各地で提供。本社はマサチュ―セッツ州。 The Carlyle Group is a global investment firm with deep industry expertise that deploys private capital across four business segments: Corporate Private Equity, Real Assets, Global Credit and Investment Solutions. With $230 billion of assets under management as of September 30, 2020, Carlyle's purpose is to invest wisely and create value on behalf of its investors, portfolio companies and the communities in which we live and invest. Carlyle employs more than 1,800 people in 30 offices across six continents.|
|本社所在地||One Vision Drive Natick MA 01760-2059 USA|
|代表者氏名||William E. Conway ウィリアムE.コンウェイ|
|代表者役職名||Co-Executive Chairmen of the Board Founder Co-Chief Investment Officer of Carlyle Group Management L.L.C.|
|市場名||NASDAQ National Market System|
|決算概要||決算概要 BRIEF: For the six months ended 30 June 2018 The Carlyle Group LP revenues decreased 21% to $1.6B. Net income applicable to common stockholders decreased 31% to $97.3M. Revenues reflect Corporate Private Equity segment decrease of 39% to $770.9M Reconciling Items segment decrease of 39% to $102.3M. Net income also reflects Cash-based compensation and benefits increase of 22% to $363.3M (expense) Net investment gains of Cons.|
People moves 3 September: MSCI, Neuberger Berman, APG, Allianz GI, Carlyle Group and more 2021/09/03 13:47:34 EnvironmentalFinance
The Carlyle Group Inc. Consensus Indicates Potential 20.7% Upside 2021/08/31 10:32:28 DirectorsTalk
The Carlyle Group Inc. with ticker code (CG) now have 12 analysts in total covering the stock. The consensus rating is ''Buy''. The range between the high target price and low target price is between 67 and 45 and has a mean target at 58.38. With the stocks previous close at 48.37 this would indicate that there is a potential upside of 20.7%. There is a 50 day moving average of 47.43 and the 200 day MA is 42.48. The market capitalisation for the company is $17,537m. Company Website: /> [stock_market_widget type="chart" symbol="CG" chart="bar" range="6mo" interval="1d" line-color="rgb(49, 125, 189)"] The Carlyle Group Inc. is an investment firm specializing in direct and fund of fund investments. Within direct investments, it specializes in management-led/ Leveraged buyouts, privatizations, divestitures, strategic minority equity investments, structured credit, global distressed and corporate opportunities, small and middle market, equity private placements, consolidations and buildups, senior debt, mezzanine and leveraged finance, and venture and growth capital financings, seed/startup, early venture, emerging growth, turnaround, mid venture, late venture, PIPES.
Carlyle preferred bidder for Mumbai-based Hexaware in $3-bn deal: Report 2021/08/30 16:17:52 Livemint
If successful, Carlyle would be winning a competitive bidding process against peer firms including KKR & Co and Bain Capital, as well as French company Teleperformance SE for the Mumbai-headquartered IT services firm
Record Numbers of UK Firms are Being Swallowed by Private Equity 2021/08/30 12:23:12 DIY investor
Should we be worried? asks Robert Read Two big takeover battles in the UK are a sign of the times: supermarket chain Wm Morrisons and respiratory medicines group Vectura are both the subject of bids in the billions of pounds by private equity firms. In the case of Vectura, Carlyle Group is battling it out with  The post Record Numbers of UK Firms are Being Swallowed by Private Equity appeared first on DIY Investor .
Carlyle said to emerge as preferred bidder for Baring PE''s Hexaware in $3b deal 2021/08/30 11:35:41 DealStreetAsia
If successful, Carlyle would win a competitive bid against peers including KKR and Bain Capital.
PNB Housing-Carlyle deal: A Plan B for fundraising is likely in the works 2021/07/03 19:20:00 The New Indian Express
Post the capital infusion, Carlyle Group will eventually become a promoter and PNB rsquo;s shareholding will get diluted to little over 20 per cent and thereby become a smaller partner.
Carlyle funds Inova 2021/07/01 16:45:07 PE Hub
Carlyle is investing 60 million euros in Inova, a software provider for the biopharma industry.
Why Worry With Dividends? Their Five-Year Reinvested Value for Carlyle Group 2021/07/01 16:42:36 Benzinga
Compounding Returns In a world obsessed with price movements of stocks, it''s easy to lose sight of what those prices represent -- the value of holding a company''s future profit potential. One of the key ways that profit potential turns into profit actualization in an investor''s pocket is the dividend -- cash (usually) payments made to stockholders representing a portion of a company''s retained earnings. Retained earnings is found under the shareholder''s equity portion of the balance sheet and represents the amount of earnings a company has left over after paying dividends to its shareholders. Before further discussion of why dividends can be impactful in the long-term, here''s a plot showing how much of a difference reinvested dividends would make in one''s five year holdings of NASDAQ:CG compared to holding the dividends as cash and regular price appreciation. The following plot shows three values over a five-year period: 1) The Full story available on Benzinga.com
Chemical manufacturer Sajjan India is up for sale, promoters eye Rs 8000 cr deal 2021/07/01 09:54:08 Economic Times India
The company is expected to be valued at around Rs8000 crore, said one of the persons cited above. Feelers were sent to large buyout funds such as KKR, TPG, Carlyle, Temasek and Advent International.
GOP candidates private equity resume draws scrutiny in Va. 2021/07/01 09:37:11 CityNews Toronto
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) Newly retired, Judy Pavlick was among hundreds of seniors who enjoyed the low cost-of-living and friendly atmosphere at Plaza Del Rey, a sprawling mobile home park in Sunnyvale, California. Then the Carlyle Group acquired the property and things began to change. Pavlicks rent surged by more than 7%. Additional increases followed. 
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Carlyle in talks to acquire Occidental's Ghana oilfields: sources 2021/04/01 09:58:29 Reuters
Boru Energy, backed by private equity giant Carlyle Group, is in discussions with Occidental Petroleum to acquire its oil and gas fields in Ghana for over $500 million, industry and banking sources said.
Blackstone is limiting investors' voting rights in a $1.6 billion deal that could leave bondholders short-changed if things go awry (BLACKSTONE) 2021/03/30 12:08:00 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Blackstone is once again flexing its private equity muscles to get its way with investors in its latest acquisition-backed financing. For the second time, Blackstone has included a provision that caps investors' voting rights in a bond at 20%, even if the bondholders accumulate more than 20% of the debt on offer. Typically, bondholders receive voting rights equal to how much bonds they own. After inserting this language into its $1.2 billion fundraising supporting the acquisition of genealogy firm Ancestry last December, Blackstone has now placed the provision into a $300 million bond sale supporting its $1.6 billion acquisition of Interior Logic, an interior design firm that supports homebuilders, agreed in February. The bonds, which priced on March 25 at a rate of 6.125%, were raised alongside $550 million in leveraged loans to support the acquisition, according to sources familiar with the transaction. Goldman Sachs led the bond sale, while Citi led the loan, the sources said.
US stocks trade mixed as market impact of Archegos liquidation seen as limited 2021/03/29 20:07:14 Business Insider
Summary List Placement US stocks were mixed on Monday as investors assessed the damage of Archegos Capital's $20 billion margin call. Archegos was forced to liquidate its positions on Friday, leading to sizable declines in a handful of US and Chinese stocks. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell . US stocks were mixed on Monday as investors viewed the market impact from a forced liquidation of Archegos Capital, a family office run by the former Tiger Management trader Bill Hwang, as limited. Mohamed El-Erian told CNBC in an interview that the Archegos margin-call situation was a "one-off," but warned that it could lead to tightening financial conditions if banks become more cautious as a result. Archegos was hit with a margin call that led to the unwinding of more than $20 billion in stocks on Friday, erasing up to $35 billion in market valuation for a handful of stocks. Eight stocks plummeted on Friday as million-share block trades hit the market. On Monday, after Archegos' margin call , Nomura and Credit Suisse warned of significant exposure to the trades.
関連キーワード （投資管理_ファンドオペレ―タ― 米国株 コグネックス CG The Carlyle Group L.P.）