Rudolfo Carcamo

Rudolfo Carcamo

Adjunct Lecturer

Biography

Education:

MPM – Masters in Project Management – University of Wales

BSc. Degree in Agronomy – Zamorano University, Honduras

Certifications:

Lead Risk Manager – ISO 31000

Environmental and Social Risk Analysis (Sustainable Banking) – International Finance Corporation/University of INCAE in Costa Rica

Regional Project Preparation and Management – Caribbean Development Bank

Professional Interest (experiences, research interest, community involvement, etc. (no more than 2 paragraphs)

My professional experiences spans from the sciences to all aspects in the business management domain.  My first work experience began as an Agronomist in Big Falls Ranch, a once thriving rice farm on the Belize River Valley, Belize District.  I thereafter moved on to developmental financing at the Development Finance Corporation, before switching to commercial banking at Atlantic Bank Limited where I have been for the past 19 years.

My research interests are both in the sciences (Agriculture), where quantitative research is predominant, and in the service industry (banking), and where I have a special interest in qualitative research.  In the past, I served as an active Rotarian in both the San Ignacio, and Belmopan Clubs.  I only serve more now as Friends of Rotary in their ongoing projects.

Academic Focus

Courses Taught

  • Banking and Finance courses: Credit & Lending, Banking Operations and Management, Banking Environment in Belize, Money and Banking.
  • Business and Finance Courses such including, Financial Management, and International Financial Management,
  • Entrepreneurship Courses: Entrepreneurial Finance, and Entrepreneurship in Belize