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About Us

We Are Different

What makes us Different? Let's Compare us to traditional Private Equity Firms. Traditional Private Equity Firms typically refers to investment funds organized as limited partnerships that are not publicly traded and whose investors are typically large institutional investors, university endowments, or wealthy individuals. Traditional Private equity firms are known for their extensive use of debt financing to purchase companies, which they restructure and attempt to resell for a higher value. Kizzy Investment Group refers to an investment fund organized as a Limited Liability Company that is privately owned and whose investors are Private individuals, Other Large Corporations, United States Government,e-commerce sales, Affiliate Partners, Advertisement Placement, and Profits from Subsidiaries. The difference is, We do not resell the companies we purchase. We use the profits to acquire more companies, and share 93 percent profits with our members.

Services We Offer

Private Equity & Acquisitions
Member Services & Benefits
Professional Services
e-Commerce Stores
Credit Restoration & Rebuilding
Start-Up Funding

Our Leadership

Krystal A Capers
Chief Executive Officer
Devin Scott
Chief Financial Officer
Bobby Powell
VP Marketing

Investment Philosophy

The following reflects the investment philosophy and beliefs of Kizzy Investment Group and its senior executives, Kizzy Investment Group provides investment management where we believe the potential for reward outweighs the risk entailed. All of our investment activities operate according to the unifying philosophy that follows:,

The primacy of risk control

Superior investment performance is not our primary goal, but rather superior performance with less-than-commensurate risk. Above average gains in good times are not proof of a manager's skill; it takes superior performance in bad times to prove that those good-time gains were earned through skill, not simply the acceptance of above average risk. Thus, rather than merely searching for prospective profits, we place the highest priority on preventing losses. It is our overriding belief that, especially in the opportunistic markets in which we work, "if we avoid the losers, the winners will take care of themselves."