Peru's GDP growth slows in Q2 as Bolivia's central bank chief says the country's economy is in good shape.
A roundup of banking news from the Southern Cone.
The senate majority leader behind a resolution to eliminate many bank fees in Mexico has stirred controversy with the incoming government, as the public debate deepens and concerns grow.
The private pension fund manager is circling Scotiabank's AFP ProFuturo, according to Chilean paper El Mostrador.
Alejandro Andrade was charged in the US along with media mogul Raúl Gorrín and former bank owner Gabriel Jiménez.
A survey from the Institute of International Finance shows Latin American bankers are most concerned about the future of US policy-making and monetary policy.