Archive: Carlyle Group

Morning Brief: Capital One to Buy Chevy Chase

In a local match-up born out of the financial crisis, Capital One, the McLean credit card company, is expected to buy Chevy Chase Bank, a landmark Washington financial firm with branches throughout the region, sources familiar with the matter told the Washington Post. Capital One, which would pay $520 million...

By Alejandro Lazo | December 4, 2008; 08:28 AM ET | Comments (0)

Value Added: Carlyle's Bill Conway On The Bailout

Here's Tom Heath's latest column on Washington's business community: It was just a few months ago when I was eating a hamburger with Carlyle Group co-founder Bill Conway at a Northern Virginia restaurant and he was predicting that the mayhem on Wall Street would get worse and last at least...

By Dan Beyers | September 23, 2008; 01:45 PM ET | Comments (6)

Carlyle European Unit Collapses

This story moved late last night and only made some editions of the newspaper: By Thomas Heath A publicly traded affiliate of the Carlyle Group said yesterday that lenders were seizing its assets, sending the fund, Carlyle Capital, into insolvency. The collapse of Carlyle Capital is the first time a...

By Dan Beyers | March 13, 2008; 07:33 AM ET | Comments (0)

Carlyle Capital Considers "All Available Options"

From the Associated Press: Carlyle Capital Corp. Ltd., a listed mortgage-bond fund managed by private equity firm the Carlyle Group, said Friday it was considering "all available options" after lenders started liquidating securities from its $21.7 billion portfolio. Shares in the fund, which trade on Euronext Amsterdam, were suspended Friday...

By Dan Beyers | March 7, 2008; 08:02 AM ET | Comments (2)

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