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I heard KKR hasn't given up on their plans for an IPO, and people say it is a bad time considering the market situations and the stock price of its peers.

However, I was thinking, if the market conditions don't return to the two years before July of 2007, wouldn't it be a good way to get cash to do more deals? It seems some PEs are kind of benefiting from the banks that are short of capital with their cash. I guess in my view, KKR can get more cash through an IPO, maybe not at multiple levels of a hot market, and do more deals when there are alot of cheap assets....

I'd appreciate any input on this topic. Thanks!
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