Luis Oganes is the head for Latin America at the Emerging Markets Research group of J.P. Morgan, where he started working in 1997. He publishes regularly about the economy, markets, and the political situation of Latin America, and provides investment recommendations to institutional investors on the region’s external debt, local market bonds, and currencies.
On several occasions, Oganes left his country coverage duties temporarily to participate in advisory projects with governments in the region. He has held various teaching positions at the department of economics of New York University between 1993 and 1997, and has been a researcher at the Operations Evaluation Department of the World Bank in 1994, and an analyst at Grupo Apoyo, an economic think-tank in Lima, Peru between 1989 and 1992.
Oganes received his BA in economics from Universidad de Lima and a PhD in economics from New York University.