October Gains Boost James Dinan’s York Capital to Double Digits YTD Returns

November 13th, 2012
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It’s been a good year so far for York Capital Management’s founder James Dinan who has four hedge funds at or near double digit gains through the end of September. As reported by Value Walk, the $14 billion dollar firm boasts four hedge funds that posted very good returns for the month of October led by the York Opportunities fund at 2.0 percent (15 percent YTD).

The York Total Return fund followed closely behind at 1.8 percent (10.8 percent YTD). The York Multi Strategy fund, York Capital Management’s biggest hedge fund, gained 1.3 percent for the month (9 percent YTD) and the York European Opportunities Fund is within reach of a double digit return this year after a gain of 1.6 percent (8.8 percent YTD).
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York Capital Management
Related People: Christian Reyntjens; Christophe Aurand; Dan Schwartz; James Dinan; Jeffrey Weber; Luis Medeiros; Michael Weinberger; William Vrattos; Zalman Jacobs
Related Entities: York Asian Opportunities; York Capital Global Value; York Capital Select; York Credit Opportunities; York Enhanced Strategies; York European Opportunities; York Multi-Strategy; York Total Return
Related Article Tags: Multi-Strategy, Long Short, Equity, Debt and Global Macro Hedge Fund News


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