Adrangi’s Kerrisdale Issues Report on Eastman Kodak

Posted on April 13, 2018

Sahm Adrangi is currently the Chief Investment Officer (CIO) of the Kerrisdale Capital, one of the premier organizations concerning with stocks, bonds, financial reports, and more. The company essentially seeks to educate the public and help them from fraudulent companies. The company values long-term investments and holds events to promote just its “value-driven” investment ideals.

Before Kerrisdale Capital, Adrangi held various financial positions, including analyst, investment banker and fund manager; amongs others. Adrangi’s tenure at Longacre Fund Management is especially underscoring as he was one of the individuals responsible for managing $1.2 billion in company assets.

Even before Longacre Investments, Sahm Adrangi was helping clients with bankruptcy cases and investment dealings. Sahm Adrangi’s most prominent role, however, comes with Deutsche Bank, where was heavily involved with the financial structures and leverages. At an early age of 33, Sahm Adrangi holds titles and accolades that few even dream of. Early on, Adnragi was focused on attaining an education from one of the most prestigious colleges in the world, Yale University, where he would receive a BA in Economics.

More recently, Adrangi’s initiatives to educate the public lead to a negative report on a valued Eastman Kodak Company. Kerrisdale and Adrangi point out that KodakOne and KodakCoin are flawed in its system of operation, thus will not provide its shareholders’ benefits. He specifically points out that the company’s shares have risen because of an unwarranted hype – which will only hurt shareholders.

Eastman Kodak Company’s stock rose by 187% since it announced a lucrative partnership with a third-party image platform. This partnership, as Kerrisdale points out, is an attempt to cover the weak structure of the company’s capital. Currently, Kerrisdale is only to benefit if Eastman Kodak’s stock prices fall. The report by Kerrisdale further highlights the company’s flaws. Adrangi and Kerrisdale will soon host a conference call to discuss the Kodak matters.

Greg Secker’s “Can-do” Attitude Setting Him to Greater Heights.

Posted on July 19, 2017

“I am not a why guy; I am why not type of guy.” This is a philosophy that is employed by successful English businessman Greg Secker, widely known for his expertise in foreign exchange. In his interview with Lynn Fosse, Senior Editor of CEOCFO Magazine, Mr. Secker elaborates that he embraces this principle by saying yes to everything and sorting out the details along the way. Having initially studied agriculture and food science at the University, Mr. Secker made the leap to finance after being offered a job of working on the Virtual Trading Desk of the currency trading floor. His apparent knowledge and skill in computers at the time aided him in converting the traders’ strategies into coding.

In addition to offering his expertise in the foreign exchange market, Greg Secker also does his fair share in the community by sharing his knowledge and giving motivation to thousands of young people from all across the globe. Having, not long ago, been named to the Board of Ambassadors for City Philanthropy, Mr. Secker reveals in his interview that he uses this position to create awareness of the various causes going on in the United Kingdom, and get more entrepreneurs to participate in philanthropic endeavors. Being a published author, Mr. Secker believes that the sky is the limit in trying to help people, especially in acquiring special tools that will lead to their financial breakthrough.

Born in Norfolk, England, Greg Secker attended the University of Nottingham, whereby he attained his Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural and food sciences. His first appointment at Thomas Cook Financial Services launched his soaring career in the foreign exchange market. It was while working for the company that he received the award for innovation in e-commerce, following his online forex trading platform, the Virtual Trading Desk.

Having reached multi-millionaire status in his early twenties, Mr. Secker went on to become the Vice President of Mellon Financial Corporation, whereby he amassed his wealth in knowledge of the forex trading market. He finally retired at the noble age of 23 to become a full-time forex trader and mentor young entrepreneurs on successful trading strategies.