Koch has recently restructured its investment operations, moving the organization into exciting new areas, and often bringing value to investment partners beyond capital solutions. Whether the investment is strategic in helping Koch businesses transform, proactive in adding a new platform or capability, or opportunistic, the objective of Koch Investments Group is to increase the flow of opportunities that will help define the future of the enterprise.
As detailed in a new report by the Wichita Business Journal, Koch Investments Group will engage in proactive investing where disruptive trends are not only accelerating but also where Koch can add value through diverse knowledge and capabilities combined with a willingness to experiment and innovate.
Koch Investments Group, led by Steve Feilmeier, is made up of six divisions in a variety of areas that are all working toward the same goal:
Each division functions under its own domain but also overlaps and connects with the others, says David Park, president of Koch Strategic Platforms.
Recent activity from the group includes a Koch Strategic Platforms investment in the electric vehicle charging solutions company EVBox as well as a partnership between Koch Real Estate and Fontainebleau Development to acquire the title of a to-be completed resort in Las Vegas.
These “early 2021 projects alone underscore how far and wide Koch is looking to invest,” the Wichita Business Journal reports.
[Read more from the Wichita Business Journal report here]