Is a native of Panama City, Republic of Panama. Ramon is a Principal of Anzola Robles & Associates, with a primary practice focused on Corporate Law, and Corporate and Individual Tax Planning.
He received his LLB Degree from Santa Maria La Antigua University, Law School, (Panama). Was admitted to the practice of law in Panama upon graduation in 1987, he continued his graduate level studies at the Washington College of Law of the American University, where he earned a Master of Laws in 1988.
During his time at the Washington College of Law, he served on the Editorial Board of the American University Journal of International Law & Policy. In 1990 he obtained his license to practice law in the State of New York, United States of America.
Intertwined among his private practice years, Ramon has also maintained other public and private activities. Between 1990 and 1991 he served as Legal Counsel to the Embassy of Panama in Washington, DC, United States of America; acquiring a wealth of experience in Foreign Service. During 1994 and 1996 he was Secretary General of the Colon Free Zone, the most active free zone in the Western Hemisphere. On several occasions he has been asked to serve as lecturer in legal conferences locally and abroad on the subject of corporate law, estate planning, trusts and foundations of private interest. Ramon has also been called to serve as expert witness in foreign court proceedings, in matters of corporate law.
Ramon has devoted time to academic activities. From 1992 to 1999 he served as Adjunct Faculty at Florida State University (Panama campus), where he taught Business Law. In academic years 1993 and 1994, he was Adjunct Faculty at Santa Maria La Antigua University, his alma mater, teaching Private International Law.
He is a member of the Panama Bar Association, New York State Bar Association; American Bar Association (ABA); Inter Pacific Bar Association; International Fiscal Association (IFA); the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP); the International Tax Planning Association (ITPA), and the International Bar Association (IBA).
Ramon speaks Spanish and English fluently, and is currently learning Portuguese language.