Corsair Capital’s first quarter 2015 letter to shareholders and a pitch on Orbital ATK via Market Folly
Corsair Capital’s First Quarter 2015 Letter
Dear Limited Partner:
For the first quarter ended March 31, 2015, Corsair Capital was up an estimated 3.1%* net, after all fees and expenses. Corsair Select was up an estimated 6.1%* net, after all fees and expenses. Since inception in January 1991, Corsair Capital’s compounded net annual return is 13.8%. Since inception in January 2004, Corsair Select’s compounded net annual return is 13.6%.
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