| Panama City, Panama|
novelist and lawyer
Alfredo Fonseca Mora
Eduardo Fonseca Ward
| 14 July 1952 (age 64) (1952-07-14) Panama|
co-founder of Mossack Fonseca
University of Panama, London School of Economics and Political Science
Ramón Fonseca Mora (born 14 July 1952) is a Panamanian novelist and lawyer, the co-founder of Mossack Fonseca, a law firm based in Panama with more than 40 offices worldwide. He was minister-counselor of Juan Carlos Varela, and president of the Panameñista Party until he was dismissed in March 2016, due to the Brazilian Operation Car Wash.
Ramón Fonseca Mora Wikipedia
Fonseca was born on 14 July 1952 in Panama, and studied law and political science at the University of Panama and the London School of Economics. As a young man, "he hoped to save the world".
As a young man Fonseca reportedly considered joining the priesthood. Also, according to the ICIJ he revealed in a 2008 television interview that, "I didn't save anything, I didn't make any change. I decided then, as I was a little more mature, to dedicate myself to my profession, to have a family, to get married and have a regular life … As one gets older, you turn more materialistic."
In 1977, he and Jürgen Mossack founded Mossack Fonseca. He is also a member of the Panameñista Party.
Fonseca is also an award-winning novelist. He has written four novels, along with plays and short stories. He has been awarded the Ricardo Miró Prize, the national literary award in Panama, twice, for novels Dance of the Butterflies (1994) and Dream City (1998).
As of April 2016 his son, Eduardo Fonseca Ward, is in the Panamanian foreign service and the consul to Dubai.1976, Las cortes internacionales de justicia
1977, Reflexiones de derecho judicial
1985, Compañías panameñas
1988, Panamá, un viejo lugar bajo el sol
1998, Soñar con la ciudad
1994, La danza de las mariposas
1996, La ventana abierta
1995, La isla de las iguanas
2000, 4 mujeres vestidas de negro
2007, El desenterrador
2009, Ojitos de ángel
2012, Míster Politicus