CODI By the Numbers
As of 12/31/2022
IPO in 2006
23 Platforms & 32 Add-Ons
Realized Gains Since IPO
IPO Price Distributed
481% Total Return Since IPO
10 Current Platforms
Permanent Capital Base
Compass Diversified (NYSE: CODI) is a publicly-traded holding company that provides shareholders with unique access to niche middle-market businesses – an attractive segment of the market historically reserved for private equity or other legacy players.
Leveraging its permanent capital base, long-term, disciplined approach, and actionable expertise, CODI partners with leading management teams to build businesses while unlocking significant value for shareholders.
YEAR PROVEN TRACK RECORD
REVENUE GENERATED IN 2022
PORTFOLIO COMPANY EMPLOYEES
Since its founding in 1998, CODI has consistently executed on its strategy of acquiring controlling interests in a diverse set of highly defensible, middle-market businesses across the niche industrial and branded consumer sectors.
Our proven management team brings actionable expertise developed over two decades of value-creation and driving transformational change.
Our Long-Term Approach
CODI is a business builder, not an asset trader. Unlike other acquirers, including private equity players, whose investment decisions may be driven by a fund’s lifespan instead of fundamentals, our permanent capital structure provides a competitive advantage, enabling us to be more patient in how we acquire, actively manage and grow leading middle market businesses both organically and through add-on acquisitions at the subsidiary level.
With no set timeline to deploy capital and no requirement to divest of an asset, CODI is committed to making the right decisions to drive long-term value for our subsidiaries and shareholders.
A Culture of Outperformance
Although CODI has no true publicly-traded peers, compared to market indices, CODI has consistently generated superior returns through its culture of transparency, alignment and accountability. Since the Company’s IPO in 2006, CODI has realized more than $1.1 billion of gains for its shareholders.
Note: Total Return assumes reinvestment of distributions.