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Sebastian Luparia

Sebastian Luparia

About Sebastian Luparia

Sebastian Luparia is a portfolio manager at JP Morgan Asset Management responsible for Brazilian equities. He graduated from Argentina Catolica University of Buenos Aires and holds a BA and MA in economics. Before joining JP Morgan, he worked as an equity and fixed income analyst in Buenos Aires. In 1996, Sebastian joined JP Morgan as a senior analyst focusing on the Latin American natural resources, cement and construction sectors and was a global coordinator for the basic materials sector. He adopts a growth-oriented investment style, and has more than 15 years of experience in the industry.

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Citywire Rating: Not Eligible

Sebastian Luparia does not currently have the required track record to be eligible for a Citywire Rating. See methodology


  • SRated AA in Sep 2013
  • ORated AA in Oct 2013
  • NRated AA in Nov 2013
  • DRated AA in Dec 2013


  • JRated AA in Jan 2014
  • FRated AA in Feb 2014
  • MRated Plus in Mar 2014
  • ANot rated in Apr 2014
  • MNot rated in May 2014
  • JNot rated in Jun 2014
  • JRated Plus in Jul 2014
  • ARated A in Aug 2014
  • SRated Plus in Sep 2014
  • ORated Plus in Oct 2014
  • NRated A in Nov 2014
  • DRated A in Dec 2014

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AA-rated manager leaves JPM Brazil trust

Citywire AA-rated Sebastian Luparia has stepped back from his position as co-manager of the JPMorgan Brazil investment trust.

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JPMorgan Brazil posts 16% gain with maiden results

The JP Morgan Brazil investment trust posted a near 16% gain in its maiden half year results for the six months to 31 October.