Principal Analyst in Baltimore, Maryland
Sarang Ahujaworks in Baltimore, Maryland for Exelon Energy as a Senior Analyst for Wholesale Operations. He has over 10 years of experience in the business and finance world and has held a variety of financial positions.
Sarang Ahuja found his interest in finance at a very young age. While still in high school, Sarang interned at both Smith Barney and UBS/Paine Webber as a summer associate. Following these experiences, he decided to go to the Florida State University, where he graduated from FSU with his Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance. From there, he decided to continue his education at the University of Florida and the Warrington College of Business Administration where he attained a Master of Science in Finance Degree.
Immediately after graduation, he started his professional financial career as a Portfolio Analyst with Brookstreet Securities, and later excelled to being a Portfolio Manager. At Brookstreet, he evaluated potential new investments by assessing industry and sector fundamentals, analyzing financial statements, constructing valuation models, and interviewing company management. Sarang Ahuja also assessed and analyzed non-equity investments such as CMO’s, private equity investments, and real estate projects.
Following his work with Brookstreet/National Securities, Sarang Ahuja decided to embark on new challenges, and joined NextEra Power Marketing in Juno Beach, where he worked as a Quantitative Analyst in the Risk Analytics group. Here Sarang analyzed usage data, price curves, contracts/deal structure, customer migration data, weather and other risks to ensure accurate pricing and risk assessment in various types of transactions for Full Requirements, Origination and Mid-Marketing within different regions and markets. All of these professional experiences paved the way to his current role as a Senior Analyst with Exelon.
Outside of work, Sarang Ahuja is a sports enthusiast and avid professional poker player. Originally hailing from Philadelphia, Sarang continues to root and support his Eagles season after season. If you are not finding Sarang with his friends, you can usually find him at the poker tables perfecting his skills for the next World Series Poker tournament. For Sarang, he doesn’t believe in being lucky. Instead he believes in creating his own. He sees poker as just another opportunity to put numbers in the best possible way.