Carlos is a project director with the Economic Consulting unit at APOYO Consultoría. He has over ten years of experience in economic analysis in areas such as regulation, arbitration, economic damage assessment, demand estimation, results-based management, and public policy analysis. Previously, he worked at Intelfin, the Peruvian Prime Minister’s Office, and the Peruvian Superintendency of Banking, Insurance, and Private Pension Fund Management Companies. He has also been a consultant to the World Bank and the Inter-American Development Bank, as well as a teacher of undergraduate courses at Universidad del Pacífico.
Carlos holds a Master’s in Public Administration and International Development from Harvard University and a Master’s in Economics from Universidad del Pacífico, where he also obtained his Bachelor’s in Economics.
Financial inclusion at risk
Carlos Aparicio, project director of the Economic Consulting unit of APOYO Consultoría, analyzes the impact on the stability of the financial system of the bills that the Legislature has in its portfolio to condone and impose caps on interest rates, in his published article in management.Leer más
Reactivating the tourism sector
“This is an opportunity for the State to invest in technology, in order to have a centralized information platform that reduces the operational burden for financial entities, speeds up processes and paves the way for financial inclusion.”Leer más