Lima's Lure

Interbank is leveraging Peru's robust economy to bring a wealth of U.S.-trained managers back home

JOĆO CANZIANI FOR TIME

Interbank’s Carlos Rodriguez-Pastor returned from Wall Street bringing U.S.-trained managers to Peru.

The headquarters of Peru's Interbank are hard to miss. While the building is not the tallest in the capital, Lima, it is the most entertaining on the city's otherwise drab main drag. A slight tilt has earned it the nickname the "Leaning Power of Lima," and multicolored lights ripple along the faƧade as night falls, providing eye candy for commuters stuck in rush-hour traffic.

What's going on inside the building is also attracting attention, but much further afield. Interbank, like other local companies, is being pursued by Peruvian professionals working abroad who are looking for a way to come home. And...

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