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Gonzalo de la Guardia

Gonzalo de la Guardia


Name of Your Company or Organization
Panasurance
About Me
I was born and grew up in Panama City. Studied Business Administration and Insurance at the University of Texas (BBA 1974), then Economics at the London School of Economics (M.Sc. 1976). Back in Panama I worked several years with Mutual and United of Omaha, with my family's insurance brokerage firm, worked for five years in the Pacific Northwest, Seattle and Vancouver, managed two Property and Casualty Companies in Panama. Now I concentrate my work suggesting and providing health insurance protection for International customers moving to Latin America ... mostly English speaking Expats from the US, Canada and Europe. "Insurance Advise in English" I call it. I have a beautiful wife, six children and three grand kids ... so far ... two more by the end of this year !
Where I’m From
Panama
Where I Live Now
Panama
Countries Doing Business In
Panama
All services your organization provides
Insurance

Community Q & A Questions Answered

Yes indeed !!! There are many Panamanian US trained doctors working at private hospitals in Panama.  Probably hundreds !!!  Trained at some of the best hospitals in the US (Cleveland Clinic, Johns Hopkins, Jackson Memorial, etc. etc.), they will speak fl... Read More
Expats live comfortably in Panama. Panama has been a place of transit for 500 years, ever since the Spaniards used it to transfer gold from South America, so we have seen our share of expats for a long time. In addition, the fact that the US was at the Panama ... Read More
The construction standards here in Panama are not up to US standards. In the US, it is more controlled. We have decent builders here in Panama but some of them might not be as good as others.   I do hear complaints about finishing. A... Read More
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Gonzalo de la Guardia is leaving a video legacy for his grandchildren of their Saturday outings together discovering the meaningful places and communities in Panama.  In Jet Metier’s talk with Gonzalo, or “Allo” as his grandchildren call him, she learn... Read More
Panama is a great place to explore with your kids.  Especially if they have a “certified”  grandpa fan like … me!   My grand kid #1, Jaime, just turned 4 years.   For the past 2 years I have taken him on Saturday morning trips t... Read More

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