Clearer definition of fintech rules would help startups, say industry specialists
Chilean e-invoicing and factoring platform hopes to deepen liquidity for SMEs with Hive deal
Bank is drawing up plan for commercial deals to access data via APIs
Banco do Brasil is trialing APIs for third party developers
The vice-president for regulatory policy discusses fintech in Mexico
The risks – or not – of tech innovation in financial services
PODCAST: Launching a fintech startup in a land of high crime, hyperinflation, and brain drain
PODCAST: Sebastián Serrano, CEO of Ripio, on finances of the future
PODCAST: How blockchain could cut the cost of banking and financial compliance
PODCAST: The stock exchange’s CIO on experiences with Hyperledger fabric, and the limitations and opportunities of blockchain
The IFC’s fintech investment official talks about the industry’s development in Latin America
Should tech companies be regulated by financial authorities?
No: Any financial services they offer are minor ancilliary business
Maybe: If they seek a banking license
Yes: Any company offering credit or payments should be monitored by financial regulators
OPINION: How to trace development financing more effectively
OPINION: The hype is out of control – but blockchain offers some concrete, serious opportunities for Brazil
OPINION: Miguel Arce, the commercial director of PDP, reflects on the electronic money project in Peru
A 1-minute tour of the state of fintech regulation in Latin America
Should big tech be financially regulated?
These blockchain projects have the potential to revolutionize finance in the region
SURVEY: What’s the biggest limitation of blockchain?
Think you know what’s what when it comes to the payments industry in Latin America? See if you can match the speaker with the quote