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leoLeo D. Corradini, Managing Partner

Leo D. Corradini, Managing Partner of Elysium Capital Management, LLC, has spent 40 years in the banking and wealth management business, working for Schroders, Bank of America, Merrill Lynch, and RBC Wealth Management.  His recent move to an independent venue and opening Elysium Capital Management, was achieved because of the loyalty of his client base and for the many years of serving their investment needs.  Being aware of client’s goals and objectives, he takes a more conservative approach with as little risk as possible focusing on fixed income and Mutual Fund products.  Fully registered with Series 7, 63, and 65 licenses, he holds a B.A. degree in International Relations from The American University, and an MBA from Fordham University.

Jose Eduardo Ferreira, Investment Advisor and Partner

Jose Eduardo Ferreira, Investment Advisor and Partner at Elysium Capital Management LLC, has a Masters of International Business as well as degrees in International Business & Management from Florida International University. Prior to Elysium he worked at RBC Wealth Management where he serviced clients in Brazil, Venezuela, Colombia, and Argentina. Born in Rio de Janeiro, Jose Eduardo now focuses exclusively on Brazilian clients and visits the country twice a year. He holds both Series 7 and Series 66 licenses and uses a combination of stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and ETFs to customize portfolios based on each client’s investment goals and liquidity needs.

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