KJK Management SA (“KJK”) is an independent partner owned asset manager focused on servicing the needs of institutional investors. While our company was founded in 2010 all our key personnel and Directors have more than 15 years of experience in investment management.
Our special focus is on private and public equity investment in European Frontier markets where KJK combines local expertise with international best practices. We provide global institutional investors access to opportunities into Frontier Europe which would otherwise be inaccessible.
KJK’s network covers 8 offices across Europe with 16 highly experienced investment professionals
KJK is committed to promote transparency in its investment activities and highest standards in its corporate governance. KJK believes in socially responsible investing.
KJK Management S.A. has an AIFM licence and is regulated by Commission de Surveillance du Secteur Financier (CSSF) in Luxembourg.
KJK is founded on a combination of long term institutional asset management and banking experience. Our team has extensive experience in portfolio selection and asset management through the economic cycle in European Frontier markets both in public equity and private equity.
Our local teams provide a unique platform to access highly-attractive investment opportunities across developing Europe. Deep knowledge of the geographical trends and sectors help ourselves to select the right portfolio holdings. We use our expertise and local knowledge to protect our investors’ capital.
Socially Responsible Investing
KJK is a responsible investor, supporting our portfolio companies in building value through sustainable growth. We act with integrity at all times and value long-term relationships built on trust and transparency.
We adhere to international UNPRI and ESG guidelines. We support our portfolio companies to become stronger and more profitable, thereby generating stable and attractive returns for our investors.
We encourage the companies in which we invest to engage with their employees, suppliers and local communities, the environment and society as a whole.