Sahm Adrangi is the Chief Investment Officer and founder of the Kerrisdale Capital Management since 2009. For more than eight years, Sahm Adrangi manages all aspects of development strategies of the company. The firm started with less than $1 million and held over $150 million of assets as of July 2017. The name of Adrangi became prominent through short selling and publishing researches. The company presents its views on stocks concerning underfollowed longs and overhyped shorts. The primary objective of Adrangi is to promote the firm’s fundamental business aspects. The company gives its findings and researches on the firm’s website, Twitter, and third-party related sites.
Kerrisdale became prominent through eradicating and exposing the fraudulent companies from China. Apart from research on development strategies of various industries, Kerrisdale purposes to bring up experts in different sectors. For instance, the company determines to publish development stages of biotechnology sectors, like Unilife, Zafgen, Bavarian Nordic, Pulse Biosciences, and Sage Therapeutics among others. Also, Kerrisdale focuses on the mining industries where it does a market evaluation on firms, such as First Majestic Silver and Northern Dynasty Minerals. Also, Sahm Adrangi concentrates on exposing information about telecommunication industries. The firm publishes views on Globalstar, Viasat, Dish Network, and Straight Path Communication.
Sahm Adrangi assumes the role of an activist in numerous investment sectors. For example, Adrangi enforced the optimization of cash deployment and capital allocation policy of Lindsay Corporation Management in 2013. The individual also served as a financial adviser in controlling the credit committee in bankruptcy and remodeling situations at Chanin Capital Partners. The individual studied at the Yale University graduating with the Bachelor of Arts in Economics. Also, Adrangi appeared in numerous meetings as a speaker. These events include the Distressed Debt Investing Conference, the Value Investing Conference, and Sohn Conference. Various significant publications that feature the name of Adrangi are the Washington Posts and the New York Times.