Sahm Adrangi is the founder and the current CIO of Kerrisdale Capital Management based in New York, a financial management company that has raised about $100 million from investors betting against a single stock as confirmed by sources close to him.
Whereas hedge fund models raise money in anticipation for investment thesis like the recovery of distressed sectors, Kerrisdale plans to short sell the stock of a to-b-established company as he notified the investors thru an E-mail. Sahm Adrangi’s team has been dedicated to this initiative and are now working on the final details including a report, a video and even launch a website to convince the world of their thesis. Kerrisdale Capital Management hedge fund, bets both for and against company stocks, has recorded a yearly return of around 28% over the past five years, as close sources from the company revealed in unanimously.
Early career life
Sahm Adrangi’s financial career began with a stint in credit. There he performed high-yielding tasks to leverage loan debt finance at the Deutsche Bank. He as well worked as a consultant advising creditors in bankruptcy situations and as well as out-of-court settlements and helped restructure initiative at Chanin Capital Partners. He is a holder of Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Yale University.
Sahm began life as a hedge fund investor by unmasking alias www.ChineseCompanyAnalyst.com in mid-2010. He merely focused on the murky world of -Chinese reverse mergers which he figured as scams and in anonymity sort to make money from them by exposing them. Later, more activist joined the race to uncover these companies cooking their books, and hence he came to the limelight under Kerrisdale Capital, and read full article.
At only 33 years of age, Sahm Adrangi is already a thought leader in hedge fund and managing distressed companies. As such he has been the guest speaker at various renowned conferences such as the Sohn Conference, the Distressed Debt Investing Conference, the Value Investing Conference, the Activist Investor Conference, and but not limited at Traders 4 a Cause.