Here are the best webinars and online events in the digital banking and fintech sector in Latin America, from June 8 to 12
This week brings a great opportunity to learn about low-code development, wtih VeriTran experts explaining how to build an app in just 7 minutes (yes, you read that correctly). Also this week, the Fintech Tour heads to Guatemala to discuss the fintech industry there.
How to build an app in 7 minutes with Low-Code?
June 9, 1pm (ET)
Banks and other companies are increasingly turning to low-code platforms as part of their digital transformation, to develop apps simply, quickly and 100% user-focused. Take advantage of this VeriTran webinar and learn all the advantages that these platforms offer. Click here to sign up for the webinar.
Overview of Innovative Technologies to meet the KYC and AML / CFT challenge
June 10, 11am (ET)
Financial institutions around the world are embracing advanced analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence to strengthen and optimize their financial crime controls, but what does that mean? What practical applications can financial institutions in South Florida, Latin America and the Caribbean adopt to take advantage of this technology? Find out in this webinar by clicking here.
Fintech Tour | Guatemala
June 11, 7pm (Mexico)
The Fintech Tour is a series of online conferences that feature fintech companies and their founders. On this edition, the focus turns to Guatemala’s fintech industry. Click here to sign up for the webinar.
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The key fintech and digital banking news this week
No-touch card transactions soared in 2020 – and huge growth potential remains
Exclusive interview with Mastercard’s president for Latin America and the Caribbean
BCi hopes to generate new distribution channels through APIs
#TopNews: N26, Revolut take steps into LatAm, Creditas buys Bcredi, and more:
Digital payments, open banking and regulations will move the needle this year
- Creditas expands products, plans for busy quarter
- Webinars: Lending Technology; Digital payments; Women in Fintech; and more
- Old infrastructure, new services create fresh bank cybersecurity risks
- With partnerships, fintechs and FIs gain speed and innovation
- Brazilian open banking moves ahead despite data law postponement
- QR code competition intensifies in Argentina