Jason Bajaj is a financial professional with experience at some of the world's leading institutions. Jason Bajaj is also fluent in Japanese and Hindi. Holding a Bachelor of Science in Economics with a dual concentration in Finance and Japanese from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Jason Bajaj studied in an intensive language program at Nanzan University in Japan. Jason Bajaj is a methodical businessman who began his career in 1992 at Morgan Stanley's Hong Kong and Tokyo offices. Making great strides after beginning his employment, Jason Bajaj was promoted to Vice President of Equity Derivatives Trading in 1997. In this position, Jason Bajaj employed Barra and ATP risk modeling systems, oversaw all desk risk positions, and obtained funding at the best possible rates. In 1997, Jason Bajaj took his talents to Salomon Brothers Asia (now Nikko Citigroup) in Tokyo, Japan. Jason Bajaj spent five years guiding business operations by creating trading and risk management systems. During this period, Jason Bajaj also played a key role in creating and launching a joint venture called the Instinet FX Cross, the product of a collaboration between Citigroup and Instinet Incorporated, and the first currency trading network of its kind in Asia. In 2003, Jason Bajaj was offered a job at Triloka Capital in Tokyo, where he served as Managing Director of Global Marco and Event Driven Portfolio Management. In 2007, Jason Bajaj returned to the United States and took a job at The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. As Managing Director of Global Macro and Event Driven Portfolio Trading, Jason Bajaj strategically established and implemented thematic, directional, and relative investment processes. In his spare time, Jason Bajaj enjoys playing tennis and reading books on value investing.
- Outpost Investment Group
: 01/2008 -
- University of Pennsylvania/The Wharton School
: 01/1988 -