Back in 2009 one, Sahm Adrangi started a firm. Kerrisdale Capital Management which has been in the forefront in advising entrepreneurs. With his intelligence, he has managed to become wealthy because of the good work seen by the clients. During the beginning, his company had a valuation of slightly below one million dollars but right now, it has more than $150 million. Sahm Adrangi became famous when he uncovered the Chinese firms that were fraudulent and untruthful.

In his career, he has worked in large companies and prominent banks such as Deutsche Bank. His role was to influence loan debt financing and he was in the credit-performing high-yield. Sahm Adrangi was also at Chanin Capital Partners serving as an advisor to the credit panels and handled cases of bankruptcy. Another company that was lucky was Longacre Management where he worked at tirelessly to make sure that it was stable.

Sahm Adrangi attended Yale University and did Bachelor of Arts in Economics. He is also a good public speaker giving talks in big conferences like in the Distressed Debt Investing Conference and Sohn Conference just to name a few. He goes to the media and offers his views on particular matters concerning many businesses. He has featured in media outlets like the CNBC, Bloomberg, and also in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Business Week and the Washington Post.

The wisdom he has, has given him an opportunity to advise the people seeking help in their businesses. Sahm Adrangi provides most accurate and well planned strategies that when implemented would save a company that is under. He is also involved in credit analysis, an area that he has been working as a bond trader.

His talent is networking. This concept was perfected when he was at Merrill Lynch Credit in New York. When working there, Sahm Adrangi met people who gave him advice on how to approach life and also opportunities that he took advantage of. The publication; ‘The Pebble Deposit Isn’t Commercial Viable.’ has given businessmen tips on how to make profits. He worked at other companies like Paulson & Co. and Bowery Investment Management.

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