He previously served on the board of directors of Berry Plastics Group, a leading plastic packaging company; Goodman Global, Inc., the second largest air conditioning manufacturer in the US; Harrah’s Entertainment, the largest gaming company in the world; HFA Holdings Limited, a multi-billion dollar hedge fund of funds operator; and Prestige Cruises, an upscale cruise line operating the Oceania and Regent Seven Seas brands. Civale is also involved in charitable endeavors including his earlier service on the board of trustees of Middlebury College, the National Advisory Board of Youth, I. C., and the board of directors of Focus For a Future. Civale was employed by Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc. Kelly received a degree in commerce, majoring in finance and accounting, from the University of New South Wales in 1989. Lohr joined Apollo in 2007 after having been a Founding Partner at Infinity Point LLC, Apollo’s joint venture partner for the financial services industry since 2005. Lohr spent eight years in financial services investment banking at Goldman Sachs & Co in New York. He joined the firm in 2010 and is a member of the Management Committee and Senior Management Committee. Patel was previously a Partner at Goldman Sachs & Co.and Bankers Trust Company in the Financial Sponsors Group 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 BA 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. Kelly was with Barclays and Lehman Brothers in leadership roles that included overseeing finance and controls of the equities, investment banking and fixed income businesses. Kelly served as Managing Director, Chief Financial Officer of the Americas, and Global Head of Financial Control for the Corporate and Investment Bank. Kelly also spent seven years, from 2000 to 2007, providing accounting and regulatory advice to support the development and distribution of investment and financing products to corporate and institutional clients. Kelly spent 13 years with Pricewaterhouse Coopers, including serving in the Financial Services Group in New York from 1994 to 2000. and was Co-Head of European and Indian Private Equity for the Principal Investment Area. in 1983 and spent 17 years in PIA in New York and London.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.Despite the aftermath of the Internet bubble and the onset of recession, Apollo Investment Fund V raises .7 billion of investor commitments; the fund’s investments range from AMC Entertainment and Berry Plastics to Intelsat.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.In 27 years, the Apollo team has grown to nearly 1,100 employees, including more than 380 investment professionals, working from 15 global offices as of December 31, 2017.Apollo’s credit business surpasses a milestone for total assets under management.
Across three decades and numerous economic cycles, the firm’s contrarian culture has made it an innovator in identifying different paths to value.
He is a member of the board of overseers at the University of Pennsylvania School of Design. Kleinman received a BA and BS from the University of Pennsylvania and the Wharton School of Business, respectively, graduating magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa. Zelter is Co-President of Apollo Global Management, LLC, sharing responsibility for all of Apollo’s revenue-generating and investing businesses. Zelter focuses on Apollo’s credit and yield business, and has led Apollo’s broad expansion of its credit platform. and its predecessor companies where he was Chief Investment Officer of Citigroup Alternative Investments, after leading the firm's global high-yield and leveraged-finance franchise. He earned an economics degree from Duke University. Parr is a Senior Managing Director and Executive Committee member of Apollo Global Management, LLC. Parr was a Deputy Chairman and on the board of directors of Lazard, LLC.
He serves on the Credit Investment Committee as Chief Investment Officer, and is Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Apollo Investment Corporation (NASDAQ: AINV). He was earlier with Morgan Stanley as a Vice Chairman, the Head of Global Financial Institutions and Co-Head of the Global M&A Group. Parr was the Chairman of the New York Philharmonic, and is now the Chairman of the Parr Center for Ethics at the University of North Carolina, and a trustee of the Morgan Library. Parr was previously the Chairman of Venetian Heritage and a board member of Lincoln Center and the Berkeley Divinity School at Yale.
As one of the world’s largest alternative investment managers, Apollo manages capital for hundreds of fund investors in dozens of countries, including some of the most sophisticated institutional allocators of capital.
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.