Latin American start-ups are no longer playing the copycat game, but using new technology to address the region’s unique problems.
Inefficient Brazilian health care system spurs private-sector innovation.
Amid concerns surrounding the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Mexican tequila maker Jose Cuervo recently priced a hefty $790 million initial public offering (IPO), the country’s biggest since 2013.
A new, special-purpose bank charter set to be awarded to select financial technology companies promises to be a boon for both the companies and banks, two fintech experts say.
With alternative lending on the rise, Brazil seeks to establish new and reliable sources of financial information.
The Felaban Annual Assembly in Buenos Aires in November is expected to be one of the biggest networking events of the year for international bankers.
While Latin American economies are expected to shrink by roughly 1% this year, Mexico is slated to grow 2.2%.