Casey J. Borman (’03) joined the faculty of UCLA Anderson to teach financial statement analysis and share his two decades of real-world investment experience with undergraduate students. Formerly a hedge fund manager, Borman traded a wide variety of financial instruments. He is familiar with all aspects of institutional asset management, particularly the alternatives space.
He founded Borman Capital to manage his family’s various investments in a more systematic manner. Drawing upon his background as a lawyer, Borman investigates and consults on unique and complicated investment opportunities, which include making angel investments and advising high-net-worth clients. Borman Capital manages a diversified portfolio of commercial and residential real estate as well as a portfolio of liquid investments.
Borman earned his MBA from UCLA Anderson in 2003 and was awarded the Robert A. Rogers Fellowship in Accounting. He earned his J.D. in 2001 from Loyola Law School and was awarded First Honors in several classes. He graduated cum laude from Claremont McKenna College in 1996.
MBA, 2003, UCLA Andeson School of Management
J.D., 2001, Loyola Law School
B.A., 1996, Claremont McKenna College