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Payments systems are quickly adopting crypto
Facilitating new purchasing preferences is key this year
But multiple challenges hinder true interoperability for Peru’s financial services sector
Latin America has made extensive progress in increasing access to finance in the last year, but challenges remain
The Mexican bank is transforming its cross-border payment infrastructure amid huge industry upheaval
A huge surge in payments and e-commerce has brought a number of disruptions and challenges, according to a new report launched today
Real-time payments are rapidly becoming a reality across Latin America, but getting customers to use them regularly remains a challenge.
Changes in regulation and technology are moving financial services towards open banking in Latin America
Transfiya, a new instant payment system built by the fintech Minka with ACH Colombia, is gaining strength, but challenges remain.
La Curacao and RadioShack operator Unicomer launches fintech, aims to expand its QR payments and point of sale lending app across LatAm
Virtual assistants offer benefits for clients wanting help 24/7, but incorporating them into the digital strategy requires careful planning
Blockchain is gaining momentum as a tool for the financial industry, but its complexity remains an obstacle to its adoption
EXCLUSIVE: Banorte-Rappi joint venture targets innovative financial offerings on a huge scale, says Juan Guerra
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Digital platforms and integrations are growing in importance for Latin American financial services, say execs from banks and fintechs
COVID has disrupted the disruptors, with Latin American fintechs often finding more customer demand but tougher financing options
Argentine banks nab Nubank exec for digital payments venture; Santander InnoVentures invests in a55
Brazilian lawmakers have delayed data protection laws but are pushing ahead on open banking regulations.
A surge in e-commerce has hastened growth of digital payments – but can the acceleration continue?
Banks are joining forces in Brazil, Mexico and Peru to develop interoperative instant payments systems
As covid-19 drives a surge in e-commerce purchases, digital retailers are facing unique challenges
Banks’ digital channels are getting a sharp boost from coronavirus. Will this become a long-term trend?
Scotiabank Peru, BBVA and Interbank find fast uptake with PLIN, to facilitate free and immediate peer-to-peer transfers, although interoperability is in question
- Brazil’s banks test open banking platforms
- Coffee, banking, and a new sales channel in Bolivia
- Cryptocurrencies set for LatAm payments growth
- Real-Time Payments LatAm: Options expand but usage grows slowly
- The cost of digital transformation, according to Credicorp
- East Caribbean plans world’s first digital currency