How Apollo’s Total Assets under Management Trended in 2017



Total assets under management

Apollo Global Management (APO) reported total assets under management (or AUM) as of December 31, 2017, of $248.9 billion. Of this total, private equity contributed $72.4 billion, and the credit segment contributed $164.1 billion. In 2017, the private equity segment witnessed total inflows amounting to $25.1 billion, while total outflows stood at $83 million. During the same period, it saw realizations amounting to $4.5 billion. Because of the favorable market activities, this segment’s total AUM rose $8.2 billion.

Apollo’s credit segment witnessed inflows amounting to $28.2 billion in 2017, while outflows amounted to $3.7 billion. The credit segment’s total AUM increased by $7 billion because of the positive momentum in market activity.

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Real asset segment

Of Apollo’s total AUM in 2017, the real asset segment contributed $12.3 billion. The segment saw inflows amounting to $3 billion, while outflows amounted to $489 million in 2017. However, because of the favorable market activity, the real assets segment’s total AUM appreciated by $395 million in 2017.

Therefore, Apollo Global witnessed total inflows amounting to $56.5 billion in 2017, while outflows were $4.3 billion. The company’s total AUM appreciated $15.7 billion on the back of favorable market activities in 2017.

Competitors (XLF) Carlyle Group (CG), KKR & Company (KKR), and Blackstone Group (BX) have total AUM of $195.1 billion, $168 billion, and $434.1 billion, respectively, as of December 31, 2017.


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