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Investment banker

Farzad Ali Rastegar, Iranian, American investment banker. Member of Royal School Mines Association, Engineering Council United Kingdom, Institution Mining and Metallurgy, National Alumni Association Columbia Business School (board directors 1984-1988), Columbia Club New York 1999—2001.

Background

Rastegar, Farzad Ali was born on June 25, 1956 in Teheran, Iran. Arrived in the United States, 1980. Son of Morteza and Rabeeh (Baghai-Kermani) Rastegar.

Education

Bachelor of Science with honors, Royal School Mines, University London, 1977. Master of Business Administration, Columbia University, 1982.

Career

Assistant vice president, Phoenix Earth Resources Corporation, San Francisco, 1982-1983; vice president, Capital Properties Inc., New York City, 1984-1985; also board directors, Capital Properties Inc., New York City executive vice president, Asian Oceanic Real Estate Corporation, New York City, 1986-1987; special consultant, Wellsford Group, New York City, 1988-1994; director, Berkeley Capital Advisors, Ltd., New York City, since 1994; chairman, SunLeigh plc, London deputy chairman, Ronson plc, London chairman, Maclaren Group Ltd. United Kingdom, London. Board directors RENAFA Inc., Atlanta, Apax Partners & Company, Corporation Finance Ltd., London.

Membership

Lieutenant Imperial Iranian Army, 1977-1979. Member Institution Mining and Metallurgy, Engineering Council United Kingdom, Royal School Mines Association, National Alumni Association Columbia Business School (board directors 1984-1988).

Connections

father:
Morteza Rastegar

mother:
Rabeeh (Baghai-Kermani) Rastegar