Jorge Zenteno, de Santander México, Pablo Sanucci, de Invoinet, y Juan Antonio Cabañas, de Latin Fintech, comparten sus perspectivas sobre los avances en tecnología financiera en América Latina en 2017
Entre todos los cambios y avances en el sector fintech de América Latina en 2017, cuál fue lo que más marcó la coyuntura?
En este capítulo de avance, Jorge Zenteno, Director General Adjunto de la fábrica digital de Santander México, Pablo Sanucci, de la fintech Argentino Invoinet, y Juan Antonio Cabañas, de la fintech Peruana Latin Fintech, comparten sus perspectivas sobre esta pregunta.
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