In the mid 1980s, Robert Kraft understood the power of diversifying the company¬†outside of its operating businesses with its excess capital. Long before it was common place to see a “family office structure,” Robert began building out a portfolio of hedge fund, private equity and venture investments with the country’s top managers.

Today, that portfolio of world-class managers also includes a significant number of direct investments. The focus of those direct investments is in technology, healthcare and the life sciences sourced from the Kraft Group’s unique network of relationships.