The digital lending arm of Puerto Rico’s biggest bank says focusing on just one high-potential market and fine tuning the customer experience has fueled growth
Innovations on top of old tech amplify challenges for bank cybersecurity in Argentina
Financial regulator updates KYC/AML rules, plans new fintech licensing system
Digital lending startups set to get cheaper, easier funding as investors look at new asset classes
“No need” to do it sooner, says industry association
An in-depth study of Citibanamex’s digital strategy
Five months in, no companies have requested approval to operate under Mexico’s Fintech Law
New credit bureau launched by Brazil’s biggest banks uses emerging tech for credit scoring
Bank and startup leaders alike say partnering is their biggest pain point
Bank and fintech innovation leaders highlight the tech to watch in 2019
CIO interview: Fernando Turri on Banco Galicia’s tech stack overhaul
Ahead of Mexico’s change in government, startups complain about delays while the central bank assures continuity
Global bank expects financial services sector to ramp up implementation of blockchain applications in 2019
Mexican bank wants to become a digital leader
Brazil’s biggest banks are investing heavily in technology but startups remain a threat to consumer business
A regulatory change makes it easier for Brazil’s digital lenders to tap international investors
As open banking advances, Brazilians are doubling down on APIs
Fintech startups can offer better rates and service than Brazil’s largest banks, but remain hindered by regulations
Big Tech could cause “truly important destabilizing effects”, warns González Rosas
Through machine learning, apps and APIs, the Monterrey-based bank aims to get closer to its clients, says CEO Manuel Rivero
Startups will need to be strategic and spend more to comply with new rules – but the specifics of the fintech law will drive investment
Planned rules to track credit card receivables centrally could drive competition, tech in Brazil’s payments system
Brazilian payments companies told to strengthen cyber defenses | Secondary regulations for Mexican payments companies released
C6Bank, a new digital bank backed by BTG’s chairman and two ex-partners, is nabbing talent from leading competitors
Spanish bank reports steady growth in digital onboarding globally
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