While two US buyout funds accounted for more than half of all of Carlyle's performance fees in the quarter, the
Carlyle said economic net income, an earnings metric that factors in the mark-to-market value of its portfolio, soared to
Carlyle Europe Partners III, a €5.3bn (£4.2bn) private equity fund that Carlyle launched in 2006, contributed to the earnings by starting to pay the 20 per cent share of its profits that Carlyle is entitled to in the form of carried interest, the firm's cash earnings.
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