LatAm fintech investment started 2020 with a bang: with two mega rounds and one new unicorn in Brazil.
Brazil’s XP Investimentos raised US$ 2 billion in its IPO, Softbank made another Mexico play, and investment is rushing into Mexican neobanks
With two massive investment rounds for Ualá and Neon, November was another impressive month for the fintech ecosystem in Latin America
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Another LatAm fintech joined the unicorn club, Carrefour Brazil bought a fintech and Bitso received an investment from top crypto players.
September was the year’s busiest month for fintech investment as 17 companies raised a combined US$ 613.5 million.
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Latin American fintech capital raising has topped $1.6 billion this year
Slow advances on cybersecurity regulations have created fertile ground for hackers and other malicious actors
Nubank’s jumbo round & Softbank’s big bet on another digital bank
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In a record-breaking month, Andreessen Horowitz made its first fintech investment in LatAm
LatAm fintech investment reached a new 2019 peak in May, thanks to a big deal for Clip
Tencent makes its first investment in Argentina as LatAm’s lending startups attract attention
Investment in Latin American fintech powered ahead in March, with Brazilian startup Loft leading the way
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Latin America’s neobank battle heats up, QED and Kaszek invest in Argentina
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Brazil led the way for LatAm fintech deals in January – plus several startups forged bank deals
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Fundraising achievements and regulatory advances made 2018 a great year for fintech in LatAm, says Thiago Paiva
Andres Fontao, co-founder and managing partner at Finnovista, identifies the growth areas for LatAm fintech this year
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