Reza Irani-Kermani was born and borught up in the city of Tehran, Iran and he carried along his stdies from the famous French School, Lycée Razi up untill 1980. Reza then went to Complexe Scolaire de Valbonne, Sophia Antipolis, Valbonne in France where he also secured his first International Baccalaureate. With a dream of achieving some high end specilaisation in production engineeruing,Reza travelled to Brimingham,United Kingdom to pursue production engineering and Commerce at the University of Birmingham. After getting through with his professional education, he finally secured  a job as a clerk at the famous Management Investment and Trade Ltd “MIT” in London. Reza Irani stepped into the trading business in the year 1990 and  got further promoted as the general maneger due to his unmatched brilliance and skillset.It was only his great business acumen and futuristic vision, which took the  MIT on par with some of the biggest global trading entities in foreign exchange, with a daily turnover of $11 Billion.

By the year 1993 MIT was targeting the Chinese markets as the future trading hub and going by the same observation, MKS sold a major part of its shares to Po Sang Bank. This was the same period when Reza was working as the incharge of the MIT’s London office.

Reza Irani then ensured his participation in the bullion and foreign exchange trading department and stayed there up until 1997 in the wake of certain contractual obligations placed by AMC on his working contract. Reza Irani-Kermani finally switched over to Abela Corporation and became a part of their elite board member’s list in the process.

After setting apart from AMC, Reza  co-founded his own firm with the name “Symphony’ alongwith his friend Abbas Jafarian. Beside dealing in some of the major trading portfolios, Symphony was heavily involved in the management of some of the biggest real estate asset management deals  for a large MENA Fund. Talking about their major functional areas, they looked over sourcing, organising, financing and property management of the primary assets.

Reza Irani-Kermani and Abbas Jafarian ddint stop just there and started another firm  named Black Pearl Capital “BPC” in the year 2007 which took the charge of looking into some of the biggest  Real Estate deals in Eastern and Western Europe regions.

Reza Irani and his friend also started a Black Pearl Global Opportunity Fund “BPGOF” where they pooled in all the major investments from BPC Partners’ money.