|Name||Position||Year of birth||Gender|
|Carlos Rodríguez-Pastor Persivale||Chairman||1959||Male|
|Ramón Barúa Alzamora||Director||1946||Male|
|Felipe Morris Guerinoni||Director||1953||Male|
|Fernando Zavala Lombardi||Director||1971||Male|
|Cayetana Aljovín Gazzani (*)||Director||1966||Female|
|Alfonso Bustamante y Bustamante (*)||Director||1941||Male|
|David Fischman Kalincausky (*)||Director||1958||Male|
|Carmen Rosa Graham Ayllón (*)||Director||1958||Female|
|Carlos Heeren Ramos (*)||Director||1968||Male|
|Hugo Santa María Guzmán (*)||Director||1963||Male|
Carlos Rodríguez-Pastor Persivale, has served as IFS’ chairman since 2007. He also serves as Interbank’s chairman since 1995 and was Interbank’s interim Chief Executive Officer during 2010. In addition, Mr. Rodríguez-Pastor serves as director of Intercorp Peru, Inteligo Bank, Inteligo Group Corp., Interseguro Supermercados Peruanos, Tiendas Peruanas, Homecenters Peruanos, Colegios Peruanos, InRetail Peru Corp., InRetail Pharma and Financiera OH! S.A. Mr. Rodríguez-Pastor received a bachelor’s degree in social science from the University of California at Berkeley and a master’s degree in business administration from the Amos Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.
Ramón Barúa Alzamora, has served as one of IFS’ directors since 2006 and as one of Interbank’s directors since 1994. In addition, Mr. Barúa serves as a director of InRetail Pharma, Supermercados Peruanos, Tiendas Peruanas, Homecenters Peruanos, Real Plaza, Universidad Tecnologica del Perú, Inteligo Bank and Interseguro. Mr. Barúa received a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from the Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería in Lima and a degree in economics from the Université Catholique de Louvain in Belgium.
Felipe Morris Guerinoni, has served as one of IFS’ directors since 2007. Mr. Morris also serves as Chairman of Interseguro and Financiera OH!, as Vice-Chairman of Interbank and as Director of Intercorp Peru and Inteligo Bank. Mr. Morris received a bachelor’s degree in economics from the Universidad del Pacífico in Lima, a master’s degree in economics from the University of Pittsburgh and a master’s degree in finance from American University.
Fernando Zavala Lombardi, has served as an IFS director since his appointment on April 2019, and has been serving Interbank as director since March 2019. Mr. Zavala also serves as CEO and director of Intercorp Peru Ltd. and director of InRetail Peru Corp., Universidad Tecnológica del Perú, Colegios Peruanos, Interfondos, Interseguro, and Inteligo Bank. He previously served as CEO in Peru and Panama of the multinational company SABmiller, as General Manager of Indecopi and has been director of several companies in Peru, and several business guilds and NGOs as well. In the public sector, he has been Prime Minister and Minister of Economy and Finance, the latest twice. Mr. Zavala received a bachelor’s degree in economics from Universidad del Pacífico in Lima, a master’s degree in business management from Universidad de Piura, and a master’s in business administration from University of Birmingham in England.
Cayetana Aljovin Gazzani (*), has served as one of IFS’ directors since her appointment in April 2019 and has been serving as Interbank’s director since July 2018. She has also served as Foreign Affairs Minister, Minister of Energy and Mines and Minister of Social Inclusion, and is the President of the National Fishing Society. Previously, she was a partner at Miranda & Amado law firm, a member of the board of directors of the Lima Stock Exchange and served as director of other Peruvian companies and nonprofit organizations. Mrs. Aljovin received a degree in Law from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú and a master’s degree in business administration from Universidad Adolfo Ibanez of Chile. She has also been a journalist and a professor at several Peruvian universities.
José Alfonso Bustamante y Bustamante (*), has served as one of IFS’ and Interbank’s directors since March 2007. Mr. Bustamante is the President of the Board of Corporación Financiera de Inversiones S.A. and also serves as a director of Agrícola Cerro Prieto S.A.C. and San Miguel Industrias Pet S.A. Mr. Bustamante was President of the Board of Telefónica del Perú and Banco Santander Central Hispano, formerly known as Bancosur, and of the Asociación de Bancos del Peru – ASBANC. In the public sector, Mr. Bustamante was the Prime Minister of Peru and Minister of Industry, Tourism, Integration and International Trade Negotiations (1993-1994) and was president of COPRI and Prom Perú during the same period. Mr. Bustamante received a bachelor’s degree in agricultural engineering from the Universidad Nacional Agraria La Molina in Lima and pursued his graduate studies at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
David Fischman Kalincausky (*), has served as one of Interbank’s directors since 2003. Mr. Fischman also serves as a director of Supermercados Peruanos. Mr. Fischman received a degree in civil engineering from Georgia Tech University and a master’s degree in business administration from Boston University.
Carmen Rosa Graham Ayllón (*), has served as one of Interbank’s directors since March 2007. Ms. Graham is a business consultant and a member of the board of directors of Ferreycorp S.A., Patronato Pro Universidad del Pacífico and Fundación Empresarios por la Educación. Ms. Graham also serves as President of Fundación Backus. Ms. Graham was President of Universidad del Pacífico from 2007 to 2009. From 1981 to 2005, Ms. Graham was employed at IBM, where she was CEO of IBM Colombia from 1999 to 2001, CEO of IBM Perú and Bolivia from 2001 to 2003 and Regional Director of Strategy from 2004 to 2005. Ms. Graham received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the Universidad del Pacífico in Lima and a master’s degree in business administration from Adolfo Ibañez School of Business in Miami. Ms. Graham has completed management trainings at IBM Corporation and advanced programs at Georgetown University, Harvard University, Universidad Monterrey and Universidad de Piura.
Carlos Heeren Ramos (*), has served as one of Interbank’s directors since 2015 and is CEO of UTEC (Universidad de Ingenieria y Tecnologia) and Tecsup (Instituto Superior de Tecnologia). He currently serves on the board of a number of companies as well as non-profit organizations. Prior to his current role, he was a partner in the largest consulting firm in Peru, Apoyo Consultoria, where he served as the head of management consulting. Additionally, he spent twelve years as a faculty member in the Graduate School of the Universidad del Pacifico, and has published in various local media. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in Economics at the Universidad del Pacifico, and obtained his master’s degree in Economics at the University of Texas at Austin.
Hugo Santa María Guzmán (*), has served as one of IFS’ directors since his appointment in April 2019, and has been serving as Interbank director since November 2016. Mr. Santa María is partner, manager of economic studies, and chief economist of APOYO Consultoría, where he runs the Business Advisory Service (SAE, for its acronym in Spanish). SAE is the leading economic and business (analysis) service in Peru. He is currently a member of the board of directors of Virú S.A. and Colegios Peruanos and serves as an alternate director of InRetail Perú Corp. Previously, he was a member of the boards of Banco Santander Peru, Grupo ACP, Companía Minera Atacocha and the Consolidated Reserve Fund (investment fund of the Peruvian public pension system) and independent director and President of the board of Mibanco. Mr. Santa María has been a professor in graduate programs at Universidad del Pacífico, Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas and Universidad de Piura and has been invited as speaker at academic institutions, public organizations and private companies in several countries. He has published more than a hundred articles in newspapers such as Gestión, El Comercio and Perú 21, as well as magazines such as Semana Económica, Perú Económico, Poder and other publications. Mr. Santa María holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Universidad del Pacífico and Ph.D. from Washington University in St. Louis.