Carlyle Tax Receivable Agreement

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Holders of Carlyle Holdings Partnership Units will receive cash payments totalling approximately $344 million, or $1.50 $US per Carlyle Holdings Partnership Unit, which will be exchanged in transactions and payable in five annual installments of $US 0.30 starting in 2020. Payment obligations are unsecured liabilities of a subsidiary of the company which, in the right of payments, are subordinated to the indebtedness of the company and its subsidiaries and which are not remunerated. From time to time, holders of Carlyle Holdings Partnership Units are not entitled to payments under the tax claim agreement, with the exception of payment obligations that already exist at the time of the exchange transactions that preceded the transactions. Public Investor RelationsDaniel Harris+1 (212) 813-4527daniel.harris@carlyle.com In addition, the Audit Committee, the Remuneration Committee, the Group Management and the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee of the Board of Directors of the complementary shareholder of the partnership were replicated immediately before the effective date of the company.` entry into force. Carlyle`s co-chief executive officers, Lee and Youngkin, have also been added as members of the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors. Following the transformation, the non-associate members of our Board of Directors will continue to address conflicts if the provisions of the Partnership Agreement, which provide for a standing Committee on Conflicts, continue to address conflicts, including the referral of such matters to the Audit Committee or other committee of non-associate directors, as the Board of Directors deems appropriate. This press release and our full earnings release will be available on all Carlyle channels, including our investor relations site under ir.carlyle.com, the Mediaroom link on Carlyle.com and our @OneCarlyle Twitter account. In addition to this press release, Carlyle issued a detailed presentation of today`s full announcement by C-Corporation and its results for the second quarter of 2019, which were published in the investor relations section of the Carlyle site under ir.carlyle.com. Under the partnership`s limited partnership agreement, common shareholders have the right to vote on all matters on which shareholders of a corporation may generally vote under the Delaware General Corporation Law (“DGCL”), including the election of the company`s board of directors. Holders of common shares are entitled to one vote per common share. With respect to transactions, the Company entered into shareholder agreements with William E.

Conway, Jr., Daniel A., on January 1, 2020. D`Aniello and David M. Rubenstein (together the “founders” and such agreements, the “founding shareholder agreements”). As previously announced, under these agreements, each founder has the right to appoint a director to the company`s board of directors as long as that founder and/or his founding group (defined in the founding shareholder agreements) owns at least 5% of the issued and outstanding ordinary shares. . . .