Quad-C Management

Quad-C Management

Quad-C Management Company Overview

Investment Strategy Types

Private Equity
Diversified

Founded

Status

Active

Employees

30

Firm Description

Quad-C is a fund management firm that invests in middle market companies in the busines and consumer services, industrial, healthcare, specialyty distribution, and transportating & logistics sectors.

Office Locations

Headquarters: 200 Garrett Street Suite M Charlottesville, Virginia 22902

On the Web

LinkedinSEC Profile
CRD#: 161395 / SEC#: 801-73741

Quad-C Management Fund Performance

Fund Name
Vintage
Strategy
Peer Group Rank *
2013
Private Equity
2002
Private Equity
2006
Private Equity
2017
Private Equity
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Quad-C Management Team

FAQs About Quad-C Management

What does Quad-C Management do?

Quad-C Management invests in Private Equity and Diversified transactions.It was founded in 1989 and has 1 offices in the United States.

How many employees does Quad-C Management have?

Quad-C Management has 30 employees of which 9 are Partners and 4 are Vice Presidents.

What are Quad-C Management competitors?

What funds does Quad-C Management manage?

Quad-C Management manages several funds. Some of the more recent funds we track include Quad-C Partners VIII, Quad-C Partners VI, Quad-C Partners VII and Quad-C Partners IX.

Who founded Quad-C Management?

Quad-C Management was founded in 1989 by Terry Daniels

Where is Quad-C Management headquartered?

Quad-C Management is headquartered in Charlottesville. Its main office is located at 200 Garrett Street Suite M Charlottesville, Virginia 22902.

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