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Who are the 14 Peruvians who are among the 500 most influential people in Latin America?

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The 2022 edition of “The 500 of Latin America”, compiled by Bloomberg, highlights the most influential people region of. The agency clarifies that the list is not a ranking and it is not related to the fortune of the personalities, but with “the value they generate in their sectors”.

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They integrate the list entrepreneurs, investors, entrepreneurs, artists Y athletes of the region, in which more than a third are women. According to the international publication, these people stood out in “job creation, investments or innovations that helped drive relevant economic activity.” Among them, 14 Peruvians stand out.

Ana Maria Brescia Cafferata

She is an executive and owns 30% of the Breca Groupformerly known as Brescia Group. According to Bloomberg, Ana María Brescia Cafferata is recognized as “the richest woman in Peru”.

The company, where it has shares, was born 130 years ago and operates in the banking, insurance, retail, hotel, mining, real estate and fishing sectors. Brescia Cafferata’s fortune is estimated at around US$1.3 billion.

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Ana María Brescia owns 30% of the Breca group. Photo: Forbes.

Carlos Rodriguez-Pastor

Carlos Rodríguez-Pastor owns 71% of Intercorp Financial Servicespresides Intercorp Peru Ltd, and is a partner in the investment firm Nexus Group. He is considered the richest man in the country.

He is also chairman of the board of directors of InRetail Peru, founded in 2011, which brings together the Inkafarma and Mifarma chains; and Peruvian Supermarkets, which includes Plaza Vea, Vivanda, Mass and Economax.

Carlos Rodríguez-Pastor is the son of the late politician and businessman Carlos Rodríguez-Pastor Mendoza. Photo. AFP

Cintya Añas Alcazar

The general manager of Industrial San Miguel (ISM) It is in charge of the company’s production, sales management and distribution tasks. Cintya Añaños Alcázar leads this company founded in 1988 by Jorge Añaños and which today has operations in Peru, Chile, Brazil, the Dominican Republic and Haiti, with a broad portfolio of brands.

Cintya Añaños Alcázar leads Industrial San Miguel (ISM). Photo: composition LR/ ISM

Claudio Rodriguez Huaco

The current executive director of Grupo Gloria is Claudio Rodriguez Huaco. The family business was bought in 1986 by Jorge and Vito Rodríguez Rodríguez, their father and uncle, respectively.

The executive at the head of the largest producer of evaporated milk in Peru is a graduate of Oxford Brookes University and has a master’s degree from Lancaster University.

Claudio Rodríguez is the current executive director of Grupo Gloria, the largest producer of evaporated milk in Peru. Photo: Gloria Group

Daniel Bonifaz and Paulo Valdiviezo

Together they founded Kambista in 2016, one of the first digital platforms that allows the exchange of dollars to soles in Peru. The company created by Daniel Bonifaz and Paulo Valdiviezo used a seed capital of US$25,000 to expand its operations to Argentina between 2017 and 2018.

Currently, more than 90,000 registered users of Kambista have generated some 400,000 foreign exchange transactions.

Daniel Bonifaz and Paulo Valdiviezo founded Kambista in 2016. Photo: UPC

Diego Olcese

According to Bloomberg, Diego Olcese “has stood out in Peru as one of the youngest entrepreneurs who has achieved international recognition” for being CEO and co-founder of the learning management platform Crehana. This digital company boasts a client portfolio of more than 3,600 companies with a presence in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru.

Diego Olcese is co-founder and CEO of the learning management platform Crehana. Photo: The Republic

Edward Hochschild Beeck

Edward Hochschild Beeck He is executive president of the Hochschild mining company and “recognized as one of the most important businessmen in Peru,” according to Bloomberg. His company is engaged in the exploration, extraction, processing and sale of silver and gold. Currently, he has a 38% stake in the company’s shares, while also chairing Pacasmayo Cements and the University of Engineering and Technology (UTEC).

Eduardo Hochschild Beeck is executive president of the Hochschild mining company and presides over the University of Engineering and Technology (UTEC). Photo: The Republic

Gianfranco Ferrari

The director of the Credicorp holding company, Gianfranco Ferrarihas worked in this financial group since 1995. The companies Credit Bank of Peru (BCP), Pacífico Seguros, Mibanco, Mibanco Colombia, Credicorp Capital, BCP Bolivia, Prima AFP, Atlantic Security Bank, Tyba and Krealo are some of the firms within Credicorp, with a presence in Peru, Bolivia, the United States, Panama, Chile and Colombia .

Gianfranco Ferrari has worked at the Credicorp holding company since 1995. Photo: Andina

Janine Belmont

Janine Belmont is the CEO of Yanbal since 2011. This company was founded in 1967 by entrepreneurs Eduardo and Fernando Belmont Anderson and currently has a presence in nine countries, in addition to Peru. The cosmetics transnational markets more than 80 million products a year. Janine Belmont is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Peruvian Foreign Trade Society (Comex Peru).

Janine Belmont has been the CEO of Yanbal since 2011. Photo: Andina

Rosario Bazan

DanPer, one of the largest agro-export companies in Peru, has Rosario Bazán as its founder, shareholder and general manager. The executive was president of the Chamber of Commerce and Production of La Libertad, and she served as vice president of the Federation of Chambers of Commerce of Northern Peru. She was also president of the Confiep.

Rosario Bazán was president of the Chamber of Commerce and Production of La Libertad and Confiep. Photo: The Republic

Samuel Dyer Coriat

Samuel Dyer Coriat is manager of the agro-industrial company Camposol, a company acquired by his father, Samuel Dyer Ampudia, in 2007. He is a member of the management of the DC Business Group, where he shares roles with his relatives. Dyer Coriat also directed copeincaone of the most important companies in the field of fishmeal and fish oil.

Samuel Dyer Coriat, on the right, is president of the Board of Reforestadora Inca and Grupo Pro Ucayali. Photo: Andean

Virgilio Martinez and Pia Leon

Renowned Peruvian chefs Pía León and Virgilio Martínez own the central restaurantwhich obtained second place in The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list, in 2022. For her part, León was recognized as the best female chef in the world in 2021 and directs the kjolle restaurant.

Virgilio Martínez and Pía León own the award-winning Central restaurant. Photo: EFE

Source: Larepublica

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