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Christian Laub: "You have to be disciplined in Finance"
December 07 , 2016
Christian Laub, CEO of Credicorp Capital, former Chairman of the Board of Directors of Lima Stock Exchange and graduate from Universidad del Pacífico and Harvard University, talked with UP students and shared advice and anecdotes about his professional track record.

As part of the discussion groups with experts organized by Universidad del Pacífico Finance Program, Christian Laub, CEO of Credicorp Capital and former Chairman of the Board of Directors of Lima Stock Exchange, took part in a discussion group at our university along with the Vice Dean of Finance, Vicente Leon, and shared advice and anecdotes about his professional track record. 

Laub, who graduated from the Economics Program at Universidad del Pacífico, had the opportunity to talk about the reasons why he chose our university to pursue his studies. 
"Pacífico not only had academic rigor but also education in values," said the economist.


Vicente Leon, Vice Dean of Finance and Christian Laub, CEO of Credicorp Capital and UP graduate.

The students filled the aula magna to hear about Christian Laub's experiences

About the study of finance 

For the economist and CEO of Credicorp, studying Finance requires discipline and analytical capacity: "You must like numbers; otherwise you'll suffer at the beginning. But I think that finance then becomes much less numerical and much more conceptual", Laub said. 
In addition, our graduate advised students to stand out as leaders and tell their personal story to excel among other professionals. 

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