Category: Sahm Adrangi
It was reported earlier this year about a conversation seekingalpha.com held with the GNC’s former hedge fund analyst. This person is 35 years old and now a credit analyst/PM. They discussed the time he was on Wall Street for 12 years. Also, he enjoys reading, and he reached out to the seekingalpha.com’s writer after reading the writer’s “An Ode To Those Who Wander Piece”. The credit analyst turned to him to discuss GNC Holdings. The credit analyst has been following the writer’s work closely concerning GNC, and as a result, he has built a large position in the equity, and his info will be shared briefly concerning his 12-year run on Wall Street with the writer’s piece.
Throughout the credit analyst’s journey, he graduated from Penn State and then earned a scholarship at Merrill Lynch’s credit desk. He remained at this company for another three years, and then he earned a credit trading position with Longacre where his time overlapped with Sahm Adrangi, the current hedge fund founder of Kerrisdale Capital. Adrangi published an aggressive short writing recently called Northern Dynasty. And as a result, seekingalpha.com was able to buy back their position. After Longacre, the credit analyst worked at Paulson & Co’s credit team, he was then Bowery Investment Management’s credit PM. He left Wall Street in June 2015. He loves investing, and he was tremendously a great asset for these companies he worked for.
About Sahm Adrangi
Sahm Adrangi is the Chief Investment Officer of Kerrisdale Capital Management LLC. that is located in the Greater New York City area. He has been in this position since April 2009.
His previous experiences include the following: He was the founder and Chief Investment Officer of Longacre Fund Management LLC. He has been in this position from April 2007n to February 2009. He was an analyst for Chanin Capital Partners from December 2005 to Marcy 2007. He also was an analyst for the Deutsche Bank from April 2004 to October 2005. He earned his bachelors degree in economics from Yale University in 2003.