Sundheim’s D1 Posts Strong Gains

The Tiger Grandcub made money even as JUUL hurt its portfolio.

Gabby Jones/ Bloomberg

Gabby Jones/ Bloomberg

Dan Sundheim’s D1 Capital Partners posted a 22.4 percent gain last year in its most popular share class, with performance held down by its investment in e-cigarette maker JUUL, according to a person familiar with the results.

Investors in D1’s class C shares, the most popular, allocate 35 percent of their assets to private bets, the person said.

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