At only 33 years old, Sahm Adrangi has accomplished feats that few even dream of accomplishing. With a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the prestigious Ivy League, Yale University, Sahm Adrangi has accumulated vast knowledge and experience in the investment world with a premier education.
Currently, Adrangi is the Chief Investment Officer (CIO) of the Kerrisdale Capital firm, an investment and service-oriented organization. Prior to Kerrisdale, Sahm Adrangi was a top executive and analyst in Longacre Fund Management, where he helped build its billion-dollar empire of assets. Moreover, he helped the company with various credit and equity funds. Adrangi describes himself as more of a value investor and a generalist in terms of personal expertise.
Even before Longacre Fund Management, Adrangi was involved with companies such as Chanin Capital Partners and Deutsche Bank, all of which has helped build Adrangi’s illustrious career. In Deutsche Bank alone, Adrangi helped structure the bank debts and yielded high returns. Today, Sahm Adrangi’s Kerrisdale Capital is strongly an investment management organization driven by long-term investment values and event-driven specializations.
Recently, however, Asdrangi’s Kerrisdale Capital issued a negative report on the image organization, Eastman Kodak Company. Adrangi holds that the Eastman Kodak Company is fatally flawed in its initiative and will only hurt potential investors, specifying that the Kodak shareholders are only at a loss based on the overwhelming hype.
Eastman Kodak’s stock rose by a significant 187% since it announced a massive partnership with an image-licensing and cryptocurrency corporation. With strong vitality, Kerrisdale attests that these latest sets of acquisitions are only a method to thwart investors from potentially seeing the company’s flawed system and infrastructure management. Currently, the company only seeks to benefit if Kodak significantly drops in its share price. To prove its stance, Kerrisdale Capital is hosting a conference call to discuss the Kodak reports.