Ulric Rindebro

Copy Editor  in BNamericas

Ulric Rindebro has 15-years plus experience as reporter and editor in the banking, insurance and economy news areas at Business News Americas. Rindebro is currently part of the copy editing team and continues to write for the banking and insurance sectors. He also has many years experience as an international business consultant and a lecturer of International Business at universities in Chile and Argentina. He has a BA in Political Science from Karlstad University in Sweden and an International Business Diploma from Universidad de Chile.

15247 articles written by Ulric Rindebro:

Puerto Rico looks to attract more foreign insurers

Puerto Rico is looking to attract a large number of foreign insurance companies in the coming years, according to a government official. The island's international insurance center (IIC) wants the number of foreign players to...

Peruvians show strong demand for local currency deposits

Peruvians are showing a much stronger preference for local currency deposits than for those denominated in US currency. Sol-denominated deposits at the country's private banks grew 14.8% in the 12 months through February to 114bn...

How LatAm retail real estate is holding up amid economic slump, Jose Vertiz, Director, Latin America corporates

The retail sector in Latin America has seen significant growth during the past decade and some of the biggest retail groups are now also major players in the real estate sector. BNamericas recently sat down with Jose Vertiz, a...

Peru bank lending advances slower than expected

Peru's banking sector saw lending rise 3.54% at the end February compared with the same time last year at constant exchange rates. Total loans amounted to 232.066bn soles (US$71.359bn), according to private banking association...

Peru's bank penetration lags behind despite advances

Peru's banking sector saw the loans-to-GDP ratio increase to 35.7% last year from 7.2% in 1991, according to a financial inclusion report from private sector banking association Asbanc. Despite the advances, Peru is far behind some ...