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They helped build Morgan's securities business in the 1990s, and both decamped from the firm last year after its purchase by Chase Manhattan.
They helped build Morgan's securities business in the 1990s, and both decamped from the firm last year after its purchase by Chase Manhattan. Now, after some individual travel and soul-searching, the pair are back together as co-founders of Logan Pass Partners, an investment and philanthropic venture with offices in the historic Graybar Building above Grand Central Station in midtown Manhattan. The firm - which takes its name from a Montana mountain pass that Rose and de Oliveira once traversed on a biking trip - will eventually become a vehicle for the duo to invest in companies that need capital as well as management expertise. Rose and de Oliveira are also teaching - jointly - a course titled "Leadership in Global Finance" at New York University's Stern School of Business. "Ramon and I have been friends, partners and colleagues for the past 15 years, and we have a tremendous amount of fun working together," says Rose. "We're really trying to have an Act Two that's markedly different from Act One."