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Ramon de Oliveira

Ramon de Oliveira is the General Director of the Social Tango Project and the CEO and Founder of RdeO Consulting LLC. Oliveira had already experienced the Chinese adage, having lived an eventful youth. Most of his adventure started in the late 1970s, more than 43 years ago. De Oliveira initially struggled to make a name for himself in investment banking and similar fields, just like many other young professionals. He soon needed to catch up on the difference between the world of investment securities and trade sales. Along with fixed-income holdings and comparable assets, he aggressively joined the stock market. Up until the mid-1990s, de Oliveira’s career was in this phase.

He made his name in one of the top financial organizations in the world, JP Morgan, from the late 1980s to the early 2000s. As a result, he was allowed to become the division’s chief executive of investment management and private banking.

De Oliveira attained professional distinction and a significant position on JP Morgan’s executive committee during this period. He was in a great position to be a part of the group that negotiated the sale of JP Morgan to its current owner, Chase Manhattan Bank, as a result of this. De Oliveira was instrumental in the company’s purchase of a sizeable stake in the American Century mutual fund industry. But he still found time for volunteering and the arts. Due to the importance of his achievements, notably the founding of the Louvre Museum Foundation, de Oliveira received the Chevalier des Arts et Lettres, an honour given to those who significantly benefit their communities and the French country as a whole.

Ramon de Oliveira has played a crucial role in his work with RdeO Consulting LLC for the past fourteen years. The business and endeavours of de Oliveira have changed the lives of individuals portfolio by portfolio by providing critical counsel, support, insight on investment positions, and expertise in strategic direction and communications.