iupana Editorial Policy
iupana strives at all times to be ethical in its business practices, including in its reporting.
iupana‘s mission is to be the leading information service for Latin America’s fintech, banking and payments executives. To do so, we see our journalistic values as fundamental: we aim to provide clear, accurate and unbiased reporting that our readers can use to make professional decisions.
iupana journalists adhere to a code of conduct that is designed to ensure honest, transparent reporting. We’ll always identify ourselves as journalists before beginning an interview, we don’t accept any material benefits for taking a particular angle on a story, we are clear in who our reporting sources are, and we will disclose any real or perceived conflicts of interest.
Editorial content and sponsored content
Our website contains “Editorial Content” and “Sponsored Content”. We’re highly grateful to our sponsors for backing our work, and at the same time we understand the importance of delineating editorial and sponsored content.
“Editorial content” includes our news, analysis and opinion articles on iupana.com. iupana does not pay for editorial content, nor do we receive payment for any editorial content.
“Sponsored content” is clearly marked as being sponsored by a third party at the top of each article. Sponsoring companies pay for these articles to be produced and published. And, while they are written by iupana staff to ensure the highest standards, the sponsor has oversight of the angle and content of these pieces.