The promise of an open banking model that increases inclusion, competition and innovation in the financial sector has yet to become tangible, says HSBC Mexico’s head of digital banking and innovation.
New business models, further gains in crypto-based payments and—hopefully—increased interoperability are ahead for LatAm payments in 2022, say leaders in Latin America’s payments industry.
2022 will also be the year of APIs, neobank financing and fintech regionalization, according to a survey of Latin American industry experts
Series2021: While buy now, pay later products got off to a slow start in Latin America, they’re set to proliferate next year
#Series2021: Several countries are seeking to follow in the footsteps of the region’s biggest economies in rolling out open banking regulation
#Series2021: Big Tech firms showed a growing interest in the region’s financial service industry this year, with Meta, the owner of Facebook, leading the way
#Series2021: Central banks in several countries announced plans to introduce their own digital currencies, following the lead of Caribbean nations
#Series2021: The use of central bank-backed instant payment platforms intensified, led by Brazil’s Pix, which is used by almost two thirds of the population
#Series2021: Fintechs bought banks and other startups to expand their product offering as rebundling gathered pace, above all in Mexico
Leading financial institutions in Mexico are already employing Veridas biometric technology for remote customer onboarding and identity verification using facial or voice authentication
Amid mega-rounds, new unicorns and funds dedicated to the sector, fintech investment in Latin America increased by more than 200%. These were the biggest fintech investments in LatAm 2021
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