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The future of finance in LatAm & the Caribbean

September 20, 2021

Chile unveils crowdfunding law; Banesco Panama invests in tech; Aflore nabs round

Feb 12, 2021

By Fabiola Seminario
Chile
#TopNews: The key fintech and digital banking news this week

 

Chile unveils a Fintech Law for crowdfunding

Chile’s financial regulator revealed plans for a Fintech Law for the securities market, which seeks to provide a legal framework for collective financing platforms (crowdfunding) and other fintech activities related to the sale of securities. The framework proposed by the Commission for the Financial Market (CMF) expands the regulatory perimeter and adds alternative transaction systems, such as cryptocurrencies.

Mexico issues its first crowdfunding license

Mexican crowdfunding platform Doopla received an operating license, becoming the first collective funding startup to obtain authorization from the National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV) to operate under the Fintech Law. Another 90 platforms are awaiting approval from the authorities, according to Doopla.

Banesco Panama upgrades its banking system

Panamanian lender Banesco Panama has chosen the technology company Backbase to optimize its digital and mobile platform, and renew its legacy systems. From now on, all operations will run on a single platform with a unified architecture.

See also: Open banking in Colombia is getting ready to take off

Aflore closes investment for US $ 6.6m

The Colombian fintech Aflore closed a pre-Series B convertible round for US $ 6.6 million, led by Women’s World Banking Capital Partners II. The new amount will allow the lending fintech to fund new loans, and expand their team. The startup is focused on unbanked populations, especially women.

MODO already hosts more than 1 million users

MODO, the wallet backed by more than 30 Argentine financial institutions, has reached more than 1 million users, after establishing itself in the payment market at the end of last November.

See also: Closing the gender gap, a pending task in financial inclusion

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