About Us

IFCOM is a private organization formed by professionals with relevant trade record in management, research and lecturing in international trade. We promote the implementation of cost effective trade facilitation instrument, stimulating the exchange of harmonized and simplified information.

Foreign trade regulations must be accessible to every company regardless of its size, by setting predictable and reliable rulings and efficient dialogues formulas between the regulatory agencies and users.

We have an ambitious agenda with proposals in various fields, within the framework of the economic foundations of international trade and duly balanced with relevant public interests.

Attorney. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, 1996. Master degree in International Economic Law (LL.M. 2001) from the University of Warwick (UK). Post graduate studies in Buenos Aires, Seoul and Geneva. He served as trade facilitation component leader for USAID Projects Facilitando Comercio and Standards Alliance for 3 years. He has served as an officer and negotiator of international trade agreements for the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (MINCETUR); and as the President of the Elimination of Bureaucratic Barriers Commission of INDECOPI. In the private sector, he was a member of law firms practicing in the area of international trade and corporate law. Lecturer of foreign trade courses in national and foreign universities, he has also been a speaker and panelist at international events related to trade facilitation.

E-mail: egarciag@ipfcom.org

Bachelor in Philosophy, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, 1996. Ph.D. University of Albany, New York 2010. International Comparative Education Policies Program, Management and Educational Politics School. Analyst and researcher in monitoring and assessment of the Effective Schools Program (PUCMM - USAID), consultant to the Monitoring and Assessment Unit of the Effective Schools Program (IPAE, Lima). Programs advisor of the Assessment and Research Department (INAFOCAM), Santo Domingo - Dominican Republic. Extensive experience in analytical methods, educational assessment, monitoring and assessment applied to educational policies targeting developing leaders and decision makers in Peru, the Dominican Republic and the United States.

E-mail: rroncagliolo@ipfcom.org

Attorney. Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas – UPC (2005). Master degree in Intellectual Property, Competition and Antitrust from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (2012). Specialist in international administrative simplification, bureaucratic barriers, commercial non-tariff barriers, technical barriers to trade, intellectual property, antitrust and competition law, and food & drugs regulation. In the private sector he has been part of different law firms and between 2008 and 2015, served in various Indecopi´s commissions. Lecturer at postgraduate studies in UPC, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Universidad del Pacífico and Universidad San Martín de Porres. He is also Professor at the National School of Competition, Antitrust and Intellectual Property of Indecopi and author of several articles related to the topics of his specialty..

E-mail: alindley@ipfcom.org

Brenda is International Businesses Manager graduated at Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos. She studied post graduate courses at the International Trade Center (ITC), the Development at Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Exporters Association (ADEX). She was selected and successfully completed the International Trade Negotiations program organized by the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (Mincetur) of Perú. She obtained an internship program at the University of Chile, fully funded by the Pacific Alliances scholarship. She became trainee in the business advisory services project of “Fundación Independízate” in Chile.

E-mail: brenda@ipfcom.org

Lawyer graduated from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP). He is a Master in Global Business at Universidad del Pacífico and he studied Chinese language and culture at the Mandarin Traning Center at National Taiwan Normal University. He also has a degree in administration and management skills at Centrum Católica Business School.

He was founder and director of the Confucius Institute at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú for 12 years; he is currently advisor to the Vice President for Research of PUCP aimed at strengthening academic ties with Asia. He has worked for companies based in Taiwan and Shanghai, focused on businesses with Latin America. He served as legal advisor in the APEC Department of the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism of Peru (Mincetur).

He is co-author of the book "Relations between Peru and China" (2011). Speaker and lecturer at various institutions on Asian affairs, especially China.

Attorney. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, 1998. Master in Law (LL.M. 2007) from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium). Expert in Law & Economics, Public Policies, Bankruptcy, Antitrust and Intellectual Property.

He served as Bankruptcy Procedures Commission at the Peruvian National Institute for the Defense of Free Competition and the Protection of Intellectual Property (INDECOPI), Legal Coordinator of the Office of the Department of Economic Studies as well as an advisor in 2008 to the Special Committee for legislative reform, both positions within INDECOPI.

Within the private sector, Adrianzén has been an associate attorney of law firms and served as legal manager for the Unión de Cervecerías Peruanas Backus y Johnston S.A.A. and Telefónica del Perú S.A.A.

He is a Fellow of the Belgian Technical Cooperation and the Alban Program of the European Union, and was also an assistant consultant to Dr. Alfredo Bullard’s Consultancy for the Diagnosis and Improvement of the Quality Control Schemes of the Standards, which was commissioned by the Ministry of Economy and Finance.

Adrianzén has also been professor of Law & Economics within master’s and undergraduate programs.

E-mail: ladrianzen@ipfcom.org

The word "facilitate" means making simpler or more simple, and this is precisely the objective of trade facilitation - making processes and procedures of international trade as simple and efficient as possible for traders, authorities and governments.
Center for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Commerce of the United Nations

Contact Us

Address: Calle San Ignacio de Loyola 476, Dpt 302, Miraflores Phone: (511) 704-3795
Email: info@ipfcom.org
Website: www.ipfcom.org
IFCOM - Instituto de Facilitación del Comercio