Sandy Chin an Investment Manager
Sandy Chin is an investment management professional with decades of experience in consumer staples hedgefund. Chin in 2016 founded a hedge fund company known as Tidal Bore Capital. Sandy is a firm believer of staider stocks and believes it can help address the disconnect between a firms top-down view and the bottoms up approach.
Sandy Chin before establishing her business at Tidal Bore worked at Visium Asset Management Company as a Portfolio Manager. Chin worked at Visium for one year. Chin also worked as a Senior Analyst at SAC Capital. Chin joined SAC Capital in February 2010 and left on November 2012 after serving for more than two years. Chin from 2008 to 2010 worked at Moore Capital Management also as a Senior Analyst. Chin for the longest time, five years served as the Vice President of Neuberger Berman New York. Chin has also served as an Analyst for the Bank of America New York and Donaldson, Lufkin& Jenrette.
Sandy Chin has a strong educational background; she studied political science at Barnard College, Columbia University and also has an MBA in Corporate Finance and Global Business from New York University. To add to his rich academic background, Chin is multilingual and can comfortably speak in English, French, and Russian.
Chin Idea to start a business was developed while she was working at Donaldson, Lufkin& Jenrette. The firm specializes in storied sell-side researches. It is while working at the company that Chin met her mentor with whom she has worked with for ten years in three different companies. Chin advises entrepreneurs always to build a quarterly and annual models as it will help them make pattern and recognition thereby providing them with confidence and they can be able to realize the disconnect that exists between fundamentals and valuation.
One strategy that Chin has employed in her entrepreneurship journey that has helped her grow her business is to never discriminate on anyone, be it a junior sell-side analyst or a small market capitalization company because you never know if they are destined for greatness.