Bahman is a founding member and Chief Investment Officer of UAS Asset Management. He also serves as senior portfolio manager. Having started his career as a financial journalist, Bahman moved on to positions in commercial banking and fixed income securities. In founding UAS in 1987, Bahman and his brother, Shahin, developed an approach to investing that was influenced by their varied and multiple experiences. As described elsewhere in this website, the cornerstone of UASí investment philosophy is to commit investment capital to companies that pursue a long-term objective of building value for their shareholders while conforming to high standards of corporate governance.
Prior to organizing UAS, Bahman was a founding member of Connecticut Securities Investment Corp., a Hartford firm specializing in fixed-income investments. He has started, acquired or advised companies in the securities, consumer information, distribution and business equipment industries. Bahman also presides over Golden Eagle Asset Management, Inc., organized to acquire and manage operating companies in a variety of industries.
Bahman attended Harvard College and the Harvard Graduate School of Business . He and his wife have two teenage sons and live in Greenwich, Connecticut. His personal interests include travel and soccer.