AFP Integra Promotes Art and Culture among Its Affiliates and Pensioners

​ Lima, March 21, 2016. With the aim of promoting art and disseminating Peruvian cultural heritage, AFP Integra, through an agreement with MALI, provides its members and pensioners with free entrance to all temporary and permanent exhibitions being held in the museum halls until April 30. Members and pensioners may attend with a companion. Renovated permanent exhibition halls are currently available (4,500 m2 divided into 34 art halls for Pre-Columbian, Colonial, Republican, and Modern art as well as for Textile, Photography, Silverware and Drawing) and the temporary exhibitions of Moche y sus vecinos. Reconstruyendo identidades ; Emilio Rodríguez Larraín ; and MALI in situ. De, desde, en, entre, hacia . If you are interested in enjoying this benefit, call the Contact Center at 513-5050. Access will be available one day after having confirmed your attendance and you will be required to show your DNI (Peruvian ID card) upon entrance. "In our opinion, this type of alliances is a great opportunity for spreading Peruvian cultural heritage and providing all our members and pensioners with an alternative high level edutainment," stated Aldo Ferrini, AFP Integra Deputy General Manager. It is worth mentioning that this initiative is part of a more-than-five-year alliance between AFP Integra and MALI. SURA PERU SURA Peru assists over 2 million clients and manages assets of over USD 16,000 MM. It has a complete security and savings platform through its 4 companies in Peru: AFP Integra, Top AFP in Peru*; Seguros SURA, Fondos SURA, Sociedad Agente de Bolsa SURA and Hipotecaria SURA.   AFP INTEGRA AFP Integra, Top AFP in Peru, is part of SURA, the Group # 1 in Pensions and leader in the insurance, savings and investment market in Latin America. AFP Integra has been present in the Private Pension System since its creation in 1993, and it manages around 40 billion soles from over 2 million clients.   SURA Asset Management SURA Asset Management is a Latin American company with operations in the areas of Pensions, Savings and Investments in Mexico, Peru, Chile, Colombia, Uruguay, and El Salvador. It is a subsidiary of Grupo SURA, in addition to four minority shareholders: the International Finance Corporation (IFC), member of the World Bank Group; Grupo Bolívar; Bancolombia and Grupo Wiese. As of December 2015, it has a total of USD 103.1 trillion in assets under management, owned by 17.3 million clients. * Clients and AUM include AFP Protección in Colombia and AFP Crecer in El Salvador, even though they are not controlled companies, SURA AM has a significant shareholding.   GRUPO SURA Grupo de Inversiones Suramericana—Grupo SURA, parent company of Grupo Empresarial SURA, is a Latin American company listed on Colombia Stock Exchange (BVC) that has established a Level 1 ADR program in the United States. It is also the only Latin American company from the Diverse Financial Center sector that is part of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index, which recognizes companies with best worldwide economic, environmental and social practices. Grupo SURA has two types of investments: the strategic investments, focused on financial services, insurance, pensions, savings and investments; and the industrial investment, which are mainly present in the sectors of processed food, cement and energy.   Lima Art Museum - MALI MALI is a nonprofit organization whose projects are made possible thanks to generous donations and funds managed by the institution itself. It houses the most representative collection of art in Peru, a heritage of more than seventeen thousand works spanning 3,000 years of history, from the early Andean civilizations to our days. Its renovated permanent exhibition halls show a selection of twelve hundred pieces, from the Pre-Columbian art to the mid-20th Century. MALI also has a wide-ranging program of temporary exhibitions, cinema, theater and lectures. The historic Palacio de la Exposición, where it is located thanks to the Metropolitan Municipality of Lima, is one of the most beautiful samples of iron architecture from the 19th Century in Latin America.