@Avenida José Domingo Orué 165, Surquillo 15047
We walked to the main desk and asked the lady for Carlos Morante, we told her we had an interview with him. She looked at us like we were kidding, but once she asked me my name she realize it was REAL because he had left a notice that we were coming. Before we could pass to the elevator the guard had to annotate the code of every technological thing we were carrying; we had two laptops and two cameras. This got me even more nervous and my stomach growling because it made everything seem more important.
We pressed the 4th floor, when the elevator door opened we turned right and the secretary, Marisa, opened the office door. She told us that Carlos was on his way and invited us to sit down. Later, she came with two books titled "Los nuevos héroes peruanos" and told us that this was going to help us with our project. It certainly did. This book tells different stories about microentrepreneurs who took out microcredit loans and succeeded or failed.
Once we finished setting up, the interview started. He begun by talking about Mi Banco history, which was the first bank specialized in micro finance. It started out during Fujimori's government exactly during the terrorist time; it started as an NGO but then it formalized to a real bank.