Imperato Hires Bolivian Banker as Teacher

Indo-Libertari-Green Presidential hopeful Daniel Imperato loves to issue press release that make him sound like a big deal. I haven’t posted any of them in a while because they were starting to really run together. But this one deserves a little bit of attention.

It seems that Imperato has appointed a Bolivian Central Bank official as his “personal” Educational Professor of Banking and Finance. He will “teach” Imperato about international banking and finance. Whatever that actually means.

West Palm Beach, FL - July 24, 2007 – Today, America’s leading Independent Presidential Candidate and Founder of Imperiali Inc., Daniel Imperato, has named President and Governor of the Bolivian Central Bank, M. Raul Garron, has been named as his personal Educational Professor of Banking and Finance.

His duties will include teaching Imperato about international banking, finance, monetary and fiscal policy, world economic market assessment, and debt restructuring.

Garron will also advise Imperato on his plan to restructure America’s debt.

Mr. Garron, as President of the Bolivian Central Bank, has been responsible for Bolivian monetary policy and financial operations within the national financial system. His position within the Bolivian Central Bank is akin to that of the Chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve System, such as Alan Greenspan or Ben Bernanke.

During his term as President and Governor of the Bolivian Central Bank, Mr. Garron increased Bolivia’s International Monetary Fund (IMF) ranking and increased the federal reserves from $2 billion (USD) to $4 billion (USD) within the course of one year (May 2006-May 2007).

Prior to his post at the Bolivian Central Bank, Mr. Garron has operated and marketed many successful businesses in North America, Latin America & the Caribbean, Europe, Africa, Japan, and Korea.

Most recently, Mr. Garron has served as the President of Beacon Path International, a business development and political research consulting firm, a Board Member of “El Diario”, Bolivia’s traditional and leading newspaper, as well as an international project development specialist to the World Bank, United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP).

Mr. Garron, a graduate of the prestigious J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University, also serves as a Professor & Lecturer at the Universidad Privada Franz Tamayo in La Paz, Bolivia.

The addition of someone of Mr. Garron as the private Professor for Daniel Imperato unconditionally increases the viability of Daniel Imperato and his plan to save the financial status of the United States of America.

In addition, Mr. Garron will advise Mr. Imperato in the areas of international investment, fund management, and infrastructure development.

Mr. Imperato currently serves as the Senior Advisor for Imperiali Inc., and advises the company on a variety of different matters.

Also, as previously announced, Imperiali Inc. has been invited to participate in the areas of supply and management with several billion dollars worth of global infrastructure projects.

The responsibilities associated with that include handling financial instruments of large size and magnitude, and arranging financing from major organizations such as The World Bank, national Central Banks, Private Equity groups, and investment banks around the world.

The company is currently in the process of becoming a publicly traded company and has filed their Form 10 Registration document with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

7 Responses to “Imperato Hires Bolivian Banker as Teacher”

  1. Jason Gatties Says:

    Imperato is a better dressed Gene Chapman.

  2. Mike Gillis Says:

    Imperato really does have a LaRouchian detachment from reality regarding his relevance and importance in the world, doesn’t he?

    Wait. That’s not fair. Lyndon LaRouche actually has supporters.

  3. Trent Hill Says:

    And a huge PAC.

    Larouche PAC

    Contributions to this PAC from individual donors of $200 or more (list donors) $3,825,820

  4. Tyler Rogers Says:

    hey at least the guy is trying to be serious. He is putting together a team, support, and a growing national campaign.

  5. Tom Bryant Says:

    Notice that Imperato didn’t say that Garron was hired, but simply named? I could name Jefferson as my “teacher” on the Constitution. The “teaching” could be done by reading material Jefferson wrote.

    This could simply mean that Imperato bought a book by Garron, and copied the author’s bio into a press release.

    We see that the Press Department Imperato has does a very poor job of putting sentences together.

  6. Deran Says:

    I’m loving Mr. Imperato more and more. I hope he take his circus to the next level and actually be a buzzing bee around the rest of the presidential field. It sure will make things more interesting!

    He has a similar method of viewing his personal role in history like LaRouche, but Mr. Imperato seems much less scary and potentially dangerous than LaRouche ever has.

    It would be quite amusing to contact this Bolivian banker (and get a statement from him or the BCB, or even better! From President Morales’s office!

    Has anyone interviewed that fellow who was running as an independent for pres, then joined Imperato as his VP candidate, then quit? I bet there is an interesting tale there too.

    If I had time an Imperato Watch page could be fun to run. Especially if his campaign continues to take on more and more of the flavor of a Church of the SubGenius satire piece!

  7. Otto Kerner Says:

    haha @ “Educational Professor”. As opposed to … which kind of professor?

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