Mr. Sahm Adrangi was born in 1981. When 22, he became a graduate of the University of Yale with a Bachelor’s in Economics. A year later, he began his career. He started off as an analyst for Deutsche Bank. While at the bank, he helped organize and configure its high yield bonds and non-structure grade debt.
Almost one year later, he moved from Deutsche and started working for Chanin Capital Partners as still an analyst. This was a company that dealt with bankruptcy recruiting where he offered advice to creditors outside and inside the court. After a while, he then started working as an investment analyst at Longacre Fund Management. In all the corporations that Mr. Adrangi has worked for, he left having made a positive impact.
Sahm Adrangi’s greatest achievement is the founding of Kerrisdale Capital Management LLC in the year 2009. He launched the company with under a million dollars, and the company currently rates at a hundred and fifty million dollars less than a decade later. Since its founding, Mr. Adrangi has taken part in several aspects of Kerrisdale’s growth and progression.
Sahm Adrangi, through Kerrisdale, first came into the lime lite in 2010 when he brought to light the fraudulence in many Chinese Companies like Lihua Education Alliance and China-Biotics among others.
Kerrisdale Capital Management is known for publishing and vending research. The corporation focuses mainly on three sectors. The first is the Biotechnology sector having printed research on companies like Sage Therapeutics, Pulse Biosciences, Unilife, Zafgen, and Bavarian Nordic. In addition to the Biotechnology sector, it also focuses on the mining sector where it has published research on mining prospects. Finally, the other industry of focus is the telecommunications sector.
In addition to his publication work, Sahm Adrangi is also an active investor and a speaker at various global conferences like Trader 4 a Cause, and the Distressed Debt Investing Conference among many others. He has also been interviewed in a multiple of networks like CBN, and his research has also been published in various places like the New York Times. At just 32 years-of-age, Adrangi has made quite a name for himself and is one to watch out for.