Barclays is a financial institution that has been busy as of late. It’s currently working to set up an investment banking sector that’s a lot more impressive than before. Mike Bagguley used to be at the helm of macro products for the company. He’s now going to work as its Chief Operating Officer. He’s going to be Justin Bull’s successor. Bull said farewell to Barclays back in the early spring of 2015. Bagguley is going to take on his position without a second of delay. He’s going to work directly under Tom King, the chief. Bagguley is going to work on upgrading the bank and its various solutions and approaches.
Mike Bagguley began handling macro products matters for Barclays in 2014. The sector was created to serve as a component of the bank’s overall upgrade. The hard-working macro products sector blends distribution and trading as it relates to commodities, foreign exchange, credit and rates. The aim is to simplify processes within a company that has experienced cyclical and structural difficulties of all kinds.
Bagguley did a lot while he was in control of the sector. He orchestrated a reversal of sorts. Rob Bogucki is set to be one of the individuals who handles macro matters for Barclays. He’s the person who manages macro trading concepts headquartered in New York, New York. Another individual who is going to handle macro matters is Nat Tyce. He’s a professional who takes on macro trading approaches in London in the United Kingdom. Kashif Zafar, last but definitely not least, is the final piece of the puzzle. He tackles macro distribution responsibilities of all varieties.
Bagguley is a diligent professional who realizes just how invaluable educational backgrounds are these days. He attended a school that’s called the University of Warwick. He earned a B.S. (Bachelor of Science) degree from the school. His degree subject was mathematics. Bagguley graduated from the school at the end of the eighties. The University of Warwick is located in Coventry in England. It’s been catering to eager and ambitious students since its launching back in the sixties. It’s a celebrated research institution.
Sahm Adrangi at just 33 years old is the Chief Executive Officer of Kerrisdale Capital. Which he helped to establish in 2009. Kerrisdale Capital currently manages over $300 million worth of investments under the leadership of Sahm Adrangi. Sahm Adrangi has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Yale University.
Prior to becoming the CEO of this current multi-million dollar company Sahm Adrangi was part of a number of successful business ventures. One of note, in particular, is his role as the Investment Analyst for Longacre Ford a private investment partnership with over $1.2 billion in assets as of December 31, 2008. Among other companies that Sahm Adrangi has worked for are Chanin Capital Partners.
Where Mr. Adrangi served to advise creditors in an out of court Chapter 11 Bankruptcy restructuring. Mr. Andrangi’s roles were representing bank debt holders, bank holder committees, preferred equity committees, and other creditors of distressed and bankrupt companies. Sahm Adrangi also worked with Deutsche Bank helping to structure and syndicate non-investment bank debt, high yield bonds, and leveraged buyout financing.
With the experience that Mr. Adrangi has with investments and his professional degree, some would call him an expert in his chosen field of business. Mr. Adrangi has written a negative report on Kodak One and Kodak Coin because in his professional opinion they are critically flawed. Mr. Adrangi also stated in his report that he does not believe that either product will provide any value to the Kodak stakeholders.
Even with a 187% rise in the stock since announcing the partnership to launch a block-chain enabled imaging licensing platform and photo-centric crypto-currency, Mr. Adrangi of Kerrisdale Capital believes are just an attempt to capitalize off of this new ICO craze. Mr. Adrangi also states in the report that the entire backing behind Kodak Coin isn’t credible. If you would like to read Sahm Adrangi’s entire report please visit http;//kerr.co/kodk.