Peruvian-born, London-based entrepreneur, angel investor and art patron. He is the founder and chairman of Boston Medical Group, a medical business that specializes in the treatment of male sexual dysfunctions. In 2017, the company celebrated their 20th anniversary of operations in Latin America and Europe where it has nearly 200 medical centers and has treated more than one million patients, making it the world leader in this sector. Allan was co-owner of the Inca Rail, a railway offering touristic transportation from Cuzco to Machu Pichu, a business sold to American investment firm The Carlyle Group in 2016. After a successful exit, he became interested in the world of startups, and he is now mentoring and supporting a few early-stage companies. Allan studied the LLM at Harvard Law School in 1989 and an MBA at IESE in 2009, and sits at Harvard Law School's Leadership Council of Europe. While in London,...he has become involved in art collecting and patronage. Allan enjoys playing golf and researching about clean energy developments.