Before coming to Harvard Business School, Camilo was part of J.P. Morgan’s Latin America Investment Banking team. He worked at J.P. Morgan for six years and a half in their Bogota, New York and Mexico City offices. During his time at the company he participated in a variety of M&A and capital markets transactions throughout the region. Prior to joining J.P. Morgan, Camilo worked at the Planning Department of Banco Davivienda in Bogota.
Camilo holds an undergraduate degree in Industrial Engineering with a minor in Economics, from Universidad de Los Andes, where he graduated with the Summa Cum Laude distinction. He was also awarded the “Bachilleres por Colombia” distinction and scholarship by Ecopetrol (Colombia’s national oil company), given to the highest scorers in the national standardized test for undergraduate admission.
Harvard Affiliation / Current Practice
Harvard Business School
MBA Candidate 2020