FS KKR Capital Corp. II (FSKR)


-0.11 (-0.51%)
Symbol FSKR
Price $21.56
Beta 0.000
Volume Avg. 0.43M
Market Cap -
Shares () -
52 Week Range 21.56-21.97
1y Target Est -
DCF Unlevered FSKR DCF ->
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ROE -8.12% Neutral
ROA -4.41% Neutral
Operating Margin -
Debt / Equity 92.85% Buy
P/E -
P/B 0.87 Buy


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Mr. Michael Craig Forman J.D.
Financial Services
Asset Management
New York Stock Exchange

FS KKR Capital Corp. II, formerly known as FS Investment Corp II, is a business development company specializing in investments in floating rate, senior secured loans-first lien and second line, senior secured bonds, subordinated debt, collateralized securities, corporate bonds, debt securities, equity such as warrants or options in middle market private companies. The fund does not intend to invest to any significant degree in start-up companies, turnaround situations or companies with speculative business plans. It seeks to invest in various sectors such as consumer services, energy, capital goods, software and services, telecommunication services, consumer durables and apparel, diversified financials, materials, automobiles and components, commercial and professional services, media, technology hardware and equipment, health care equipment and services, insurance, retailing, transportation, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and life sciences, food and staples retailing, food, beverage, and tobacco, household and personal products, real estate, and utilities. The fund seeks to invest in private companies based in the United States. It also invests in non-U.S. securities, which may include securities denominated in U.S. dollars or in non-U.S. currencies, to the extent permitted by the 1940 Act. The fund purchase interests in loans through secondary market transactions in the ?over-the-counter? market for institutional loans or directly from our target companies. It also purchase minority interests in the form of common or preferred equity in target companies, either in conjunction with one of its debt investments or through a co-investment with a financial sponsor, such as an institutional investor or private equity firm. It may have board representation or board observation rights in its portfolio companies.