Apollo Global Management

Industry: Financial Services & Banking

About Apollo Global Management

At Apollo, we're a global team of alternative investment managers passionate about delivering uncommon value to our investors and shareholders. With over 27 years of proven expertise across Private Equity, Credit and Real Estate, regions and industries, we're known for our integrated businesses, strong investment performance, value oriented philosophy – and our people. Apollo has 17 global office locations and had assets under management of approximately $249 billion as of January 30, 2018.

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Why Work at the Company?

Apollo has a fast-paced, entrepreneurial culture and a flat organizational structure where all employees are encouraged to share their ideas and work collaboratively. At Apollo, our managers are committed to providing opportunities for our employees to grow and develop professionally and advance in their careers.We are committed to hiring, developing, and retaining veterans, service members, military spouses and guard and reserve members.

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