Luis Enrique Yarur is chairman of the board of Banco de Créditos e Inversiones (BCI), a bank founded in 1937 by his grandfather and Palestinian businessman Juan Yarur Lolas.
Luis Enrique Yarur Rey is 72 years old, and most of his life has been at the head of the private bank. He began working at BCI in 1980, after completing his studies in Europe, and took control of it at the end of 1994.
Today, the banking institution is one of the largest in the Andean country. The Chilean businessman is the majority shareholder of the family business Juan Yarur, which controls BCI and other companies in different areas. Currently, he also serves as vice president of the Association of Banks and Financial Institutions (ABIF) of Chile.