In 2009, when Kerrisdale Capital Management was founded, it has been doing very well. The experience of 12 years he acquired in Wall Street helped the owner, Sahm Adrangi have knowledge in business. With an inventory of a million dollars, it started with vigor and now it is valued at 150 million dollars.
Mr. Sahm Adrangi went to Yale University and did a Bachelor’s degree in Economics. He also attended Penn State University and started off work as an intern at Merrill Lynch in New York City. The opportunities that came his way was because on his skills in networking and hard work. As a social individual, he was employed there and worked for three years as a bond and credit trader.
Sahm Adrangi was also at Deutsche Bank where he was at the credit-performing high-yield sector and offered consultation in loan debt financing. The pieces of advice he had was taken to Chanin Capital Partners where he was involved in committees that approved loans, discussed bankruptcy issues, and talked on the way out of a financial crisis in organizations.
When he went to Longacre, he continued his good work with credit advice. As a fluent speaker articulating strategies and plans, he offers talks to various businesses and conferences like the Sohn Conference. Media outlets look for him when they need to clarify issues that affect businesses. He is a panelist in channels and publications like, Bloomberg, CNBC, The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, BusinessWeek and The Washington Post.
He was a credit PM at Bowery Investment Management LLC in 2005 and also Paulson & Co. as a businessman who is enlightened in trade, he invests in securities that will certainly come with returns. Networking skills and social interaction can be seen in his articles that when written shows people how to keep your business safe and out of bankruptcy. His Facebook, Twitter and other social networks have his followers thanking him for the wisdom shared and how he has saved their enterprises. Sahm Adrangi continues to inspire up-coming traders in the way he handles matters. His courage in business has made his firm, Kerrisdale Capital Management profitable.