Jamshid Bahman Jamshidian

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Jamshid Bahman Jamshidian, also known as Arbab Jamshidi, was a prominent Zoroastrian figure in Iran who introduced the idea of modern banking in Iran as well as being the first representative of the Zoroastrian community in the Iranian parliament.[1]

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  1. ^ "Jamshid Bahman Jamshidian". A Zoroastrian Educational Institute. Retrieved 25 November 2013.