From the late 1980s through to the early 2000s, Ramon de Oliveira had established himself within the powerhouse of finance that is JP Morgan. In his role as lead executive of the Investment Management and Private Bank section, he was appointed to their executive committee and played an instrumental part in the transition of JP Morgan to its current owner Chase Manhattan Bank, as well as acquiring a major stake in American Century mutual funds group.
Aside from investing, he also dedicated time to arts and his community - so much so that he earned a knighthood from the French Government for his contributions to their society, specifically the Chevalier des Arts et Lettres. For 14 years now, de Oliveira has been partnering with RdeO Consulting LLC where he provides advice on investments and offers expertise in strategic communications. His impressive portfolio also includes being a director or key advisor for AXA Group, Hartford Insurance Company , Kaufmann Foundation, Antin Infrastructure Partners and Investment Committee of Polish-American Freedom Foundation.
Not only did de Oliveira advise companies, but he also taught finance classes at Columbia University and New York University as an adjunct professor. He continued to give back long after achieving success by dedicating significant amounts of time to charities and volunteering - including leadership positions with Kauffman Foundation followed by providing support for other organizations such as art productions celebrating Argentinian dance Tango. Through these contributions Ramon de Oliveira has continued to make a lasting mark on his local community.