Eugenio Alemán, Ph.D., joined Raymond James in 2022 as the Chief Economist for the Investment Strategy group. Before joining Raymond James, Eugenio served as chief economist at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration (EIA).
Prior to his work at the EIA, Eugenio was with Wells Fargo for 16 years, first as a director and senior economist for Wells Fargo Securities, where he covered the U.S. domestic consumer profile, contributed to the analysis of the global economy and researched the commodities, energy and metals markets. In 2019 he joined Wells Fargo Bank as a vice president and international economist in the corporate economics group. He had previous roles with IHS Markit and Shell Argentina in addition to being a professor of economics at multiple universities.
Eugenio holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from the Universidad Del Salvador in Argentina, an MBA from Inter-American University in Puerto Rico and a master’s degree and Ph.D. in economics from Florida International University.