Ramon de Oliveira

Investment Banker Living in New York, NY

About Me

Ramon de Oliveira has lived a Chinese proverb already, having spent a young life in interesting times. Much of his path started in the late 1970s, well over 43 years ago. In those early days, de Oliveira was cutting his teeth like many other young people, trying to establish himself as a name with investment banking and similar services. Soon enough, the line blurred for him between the investment securities world and trading sales. He found himself moving into equity markets full bore as well as with fixed income positions and similar assets. This particular phase of de Oliveira’s career carried forward until about the 1990s.

A Move to a Major Financial Position

From the late 1980s to the early 2000s, de Oliveira positioned himself within one of the powerhouses of the finance world, JP Morgan. In that regard, he secured a senior position as the lead executive over the Investment Management and Private Bank section.

During this period, de Oliveira rose in professional prominence and achieved a key position on the JP Morgan executive committee as well. That placed de Oliveira in a primary position to be on the negotiating team that handled the transition of JP Morgan over to its current owner, Chase Manhattan Bank. De Oliveira was also key in handling the acquisition of a major stake in the American Century mutual funds group as well. Yet he found time for the arts and engaging in community efforts as well. His involvement was so significant, especially with the founding of the Louvre Museum Foundation, de Oliveira eventually earned a knighthood from the French Government, specifically the Chevalier des Arts et Lettres, an honor reserved for individuals who produce great efforts for their communities and the French country as a whole.

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