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Hedge Fund - Tiger Global Management LLC

Chase Coleman Bio, Returns, AUM, Net Worth

Chase Coleman founded Tiger Global in 2001 with $25 million seed money from  legendary investor Julian Robertson. Charles Payson Coleman III is only 39 years old (2015) and a graduate of Williams College. Chase Coleman runs Tiger Global's management firm whereas its equity funds are run by Feroz Dewan who graduated from Princeton University. Coleman partnered with Scott Shleifer and Lee Fixel to run Tiger Global's private equity business. Chase Coleman is one of the more successful tiger cubs. Tiger Global Management returned 71 percent after fees in 2007. In fact, by the end of 2007 Tiger Global's annualized return since inception was around 44%. Tiger Global lost 26% in 2008 and was up about 1% in 2009. Chase Coleman and his team returned 45% in 2011, 23% in 2012, 14% in 2013, and 17% in 2014. Coleman’s Tiger Global has around $16 Billion under management at the beginning of 2015.

Chase Coleman
Fund Profile
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Fund Name: Tiger Global Management LLC
Manager Chase Coleman
Portfolio Value $16,608,683,000
Change This QTR +0.92%
Fund Holdings Sector Distribution
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