Peru: Father Dan the Money Man

In a plush, carpeted office in down town Lima, one of Peru's top money men sits surrounded by symbols. Piled high on his desk are flocks of loan requests and the latest figures on competing banks. On one side of the office are shelves crammed with books on banking and credit. On the other side, a hatstand holds a clerical collar. Working comfortably in an open-necked white shirt, Lender-Missionary Father Daniel McClellan, 50, explains to visitors: "The French have their worker priests. Well, I am a capitalist priest."

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