#TopNews: Here are the key developments this week in digital banking and fintech in Latin America
Oyster closes $ 14m investment round
The Mexican fintech that will offer financial services to freelancers, startups and SMEs in Mexico has closed a substantial investment seed round for US $ 14 million thanks to the participation of SV Latam Capital, Monashees, Fintech Collective, and more.
Colombia prepares regulation for the payments ecosystem
The Financial Regulation Unit of the Ministry of Finance in Colombia (URF) is preparing a decree in order to promote a payments ecosystem where banking and non-banking players can interoperate without conflicts of interest.
Fintechs in Latam face new challenges
An exploratory analysis published by Chilean Tiaxa -fintech focused on the development of advanced analytics and big data- on the fintech sector in Latin America reveals the problems they face during this critical period, from high delinquency rates (up to four times their initial value), the cybercrime that accompanies the rise of the e-commerce, phishing scams, and more.
QuickBooks and Bien para Bien join forces to support Mexican SMEs
The management and billing platform in the cloud – QuickBooks-, together with the Mexican loan fintech -Bien para Bien- have just formed an alliance to grant SMEs in Mexico the necessary financing to sustain their operations, as well as to help them in managing resources.
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Peru Fintech Law: BBVA Peru is concerned about the regulatory vacuum of Peruvian fintechs, says Claudia Ganoza, Open Innovation manager
#TopNews: The most important news of the week on digital banking and fintech in Latin America
Banks have a short window to convert potential clients after they download the institution’s app, say digital onboarding specialists
A huge surge in payments and e-commerce has brought a number of disruptions and challenges, according to a new report launched today
How did Rappi get to have 10 million active users? Hear the company’s digital onboarding secrets in a webinar this week.
#BuenasFuentes: The most important news of the week on digital banking and fintech in Latin America
- #TopNews: Argentine banks nab Nubank exec for digital payments
- Webinars: Fintech venture investment in Latam; Complexities in digital transformation; Peru VC
- QR code competition intensifies in Argentina
- East Caribbean plans world’s first digital currency
- Brazilian open banking moves ahead despite data law postponement
- Brazilian banks face triple hurdle in open banking: Itaú’s Schettini