In a world full of risks people tend to be super cautious in every step they make in all sectors of life. In business, sports, politics, and even the matters pertaining to the heart one needs to tread carefully to avoid unnecessary risks leading to massive losses. Planning and placing ideas in a well-laid platform minimizes the risks. The same principle is used to run a functional investment firm. Investments companies pool capital from their clients but invest in several businesses to make profits. The reason why they invest in many enterprises is to minimize the high risks involved in dealing with one investment. The firms, in turn, make profits, and this is how they pay themselves. The higher the profits, the higher they earn from the transactions.
Recently, a man by the name SahmAdrangi decided to do the norm in the investment sector. Sahm raised almost $ 100 million from his clients to place the whole amount in a single investment. A move that is unusual for any investment firms, but the owner of Kerrisdale Capital Management is comfortable to make and prove everyone wrong. Kerrisdale is still a young company located in New York, and the investment plan it wants to implement is one of a kind. According to Sahm, the amount they were able to raise was done so in a short period showing they are ready and well equipped. Adrangi is working together with the company’s analyst to campaign for more capital from other interested clients. The two have worked in different ways such as videos, reports, their website and much more to persuade people to join their ideology.
At the time the company to be purchased was not revealed to the public to allow Kerrisdale secure their sale. SahmAdrangi’s education is an added advantage having attended Yale University and graduated with a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Economics. Adrangi has also worked for other companies to gain the experience needed to run a business. He used to work for Deutsche Bank holding the analyst position from 2004 to 2005. Later, Sahm joined the Chanin Capital Partners from 2005 to 2007 still as an analyst. From 2007 to 2009, he moved to Longacre Fund Management. All the experience and skills enable him to run a company efficiently.