RTS Loss Adjusters holds an official cocktail to inaugurate the opening of their office in Peru

RTS Loss Adjusters holds an official cocktail to inaugurate the opening of their office in Peru

  • RTS brings together the most outstanding professionals from the Peruvian Insurance sector: Insurers, Reinsurers and Brokers.
  • The cocktail was also a chance for the firm to express its commiserations for the events occurring in the country due to the latest natural catastrophes.

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RTS, the loss adjustment and appraisal firm present in Spain, Portugal and Latin America for more than 15 years and with more than 27 years’ at the service of the insurance market, organised an official cocktail to celebrate the opening of its office in Peru, which was held in the Hotel Country Club in Lima. This latest development in the firm’s expansion strategy represents a new milestone in RTS’ history in Peru, and one that was lucky to count on the attendance and warm support offered by the Ambassador of Spain to Peru, Ernesto de Zulueta Habsburgo-Lorena.

The cocktail was held for two main reasons: firstly to thank the Peruvian insurance sector for the warm welcome it has extended to the firm since it has been operating in the country, and secondly to inaugurate the new office from which to continue offering the best services to the market. The cocktail took place at a complicated moment, due to the floods and mudslides that have been occurring in the Andes and that have caused numerous personal injuries and material damages; in this context, RTS wanted to show its solidarity with the country.

Ricardo Vásquez, executive director of RTS in Peru, and David Castillo, general director for South Latin America, accompanied by the firms’ CEOs Luis Pérez Arnau, Manuel Torres and José Caraballo, wanted to welcome and thank all the guests at the cocktail for being there at such an important time for the firm. The general director for North Latin America, Juan Guillermo Uribe, the general director for Brazil and Portugal, Sancho Acevedo, the director for Chile, José Francisco Vergara, and the entire team of professionals in the Lima office, also joined in expressing this gratitude.

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RTS is present in Spain and Portugal through its various offices. It has also consolidated its knowhow and expertise through the opening of own offices in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Peru, USA and Venezuela. RTS is a founding partner of the VRS Adjusters loss adjustment network, through which it offers its services in more than 140 countries.

According to Ricardo Vásquez, RTS’ executive director for Peru: “The insurance sector in Peru is growing and it needs professional and qualified loss adjusters/investigators with proven experience to carry out impeccable work. From RTS Loss Adjusters, we offer the services and assistance that the sector may require to maintain the high quality levels of the services offered to clients, and even to exceed their expectations”.

“We have been operating in Peru for many years, but now that we have our new office, we feel fully integrated in a country that has always given us a warm welcome. With this cocktail, we want to bring together people from the sector to express our thanks and to put ourselves at their disposal whenever we may be needed”, declare RTS’ CEOs.

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