Being the founder of Kerrisdale Capital Management which launched in 2009, Sahm Adrangi is also the Chief Investment Officer of this organization. Kerrisdale is an investment management organization located in New York in which makes investments in public securities. When Adrangi found this firm, it was found under $1 million, and now it currently monitors $150 million as of July 2017.
In addition to leading this organization, Sahm Adrangi has been a speaker at several conferences, and he has published several publications. He’s spoken at the Distressed Debt Investing Conference, the Sohn Conference, the Activist Investor Conference, the Value Investing Conference, and the Traders 4 a Cause. He also has appeared in interviews and major publications, including Bloomberg, CNBC, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, BusinessWeek, the New York Times, and more.
Sahm Adrangi shares his pearls of wisdom in a form of publishing research and short selling, which are oftentimes misunderstood and under-followed. These publishings are on his firm’s site, investing-related sites, and Twitter. Nevertheless, he has made a name for himself first by exposing Chinese organizations, including China-Biotics, Lihua International, China Marine Food Group, and more in 2010 and 2011. As a matter of fact, some of Adrangi’s targets, such as China Cast Education Corp, were subject to enforcement actions by the Securities and Exchange Commission. He has also gained some success in the sharing of various companies and industries. For example, he called into question the market valuations and mining prospects of Northern Dynasty, First Majestic Silver, Northern Dynasty Minerals. and other resources organization. He also exposed in a live presentation and webcast a few years back the weaknesses in Globalstar’s proposed Terrestrial Low Power Service (TLPS), and https://www.hvst.com/user/sahm-adrangi.
His Past Experience and Education
As far as his education, Sahm Adrangi earned his bachelor degree in economics from Yale University in 2003. He then began his financial career in credit for the Deutsche Bank in performing leveraged and high yielding loan debt financings as well as giving advisement to credit committees in out-of-court restructuring and bankruptcy situations at Chanin Capital Partners. Then, he worked for the Longacre Fund Management LLC as an analyst until February 2009, and Twitter.com.