iCAPITAL KKR PRIVATE MARKETS FUND

Accredited investors are invited to gain broad exposure to private equity managed by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. (KKR) via the iCapital KKR Private Markets Fund, a continuously offered closed-end fund.

BROAD EXPOSURE TO KKR PRIVATE EQUITY

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LOWER MINIMUM INVESTMENT THAN TRADITIONAL PRIVATE EQUITY

1099 TAX REPORTING AND NO CAPITAL CALLS

DIVERSIFICATION ACROSS:

STRATEGIES

Investments are made across strategies, with a bias towards buyout and growth equity opportunities.1

INVESTMENT TYPES

Seeks to allocate primarily to secondary fund investments and co-investment opportunities to minimize cash drag, with a lesser focus on primary fund investments.

VINTAGE YEARS

Investments across a range of vintage years in primary and secondary offerings.

GEOGRAPHY

Investments with exposure to multiple geographic regions including North America, Europe and Asia.


(1) While the portfolio composition that has been developed by iCapital Registered Fund Adviser LLC (the Fund’s investment adviser) and StepStone Group (the Fund’s sub-adviser) reflects their assessment of the relative attractiveness of sub-sectors within the context of an appropriately diversified portfolio, given the percentage of assets that will be invested in investment funds managed by a single issuer (KKR), the Fund will be exposed to risks related to KKR. As of February 12, 2021, iCapital Registered Fund Adviser LLC is the investment adviser to the Fund. Prior to February 12, 2021, the Fund was managed by a different investment adviser.

A portion of the Fund’s assets may be invested in private equity or Investment Funds which are not managed by or affiliated with KKR; however, this allocation is not anticipated to be over 20% of the Fund’s assets.

Diversification does not ensure profit or protect against loss in a positive or declining market. There is no guarantee that any investment will achieve its objectives, generate profits, or avoid losses. There can be no assurance that all investment types will be available, will be consistent with the Fund’s objective, will satisfy the Investment Adviser’s due diligence considerations, or will be selected for the Fund.