BNamericas speaks to Santiago Castro, president of Colombia's banking association Asobancaria, about fintechs, investments, regulations and more ahead of industry conference CLAB 2018.
The three-day event held in São Paulo is considered the largest of its kind in Latin America. We take a look at some of the announcements made during the conference.
The bitcoin and digital payments giant has entered Mexico as part of a regional growth strategy.
The downgrade reflects evidence of increased fiscal financing constraints amidst a steady deterioration of Ecuador's key metrics, including rapidly rising government debt and interest burden as well as weaker economic growth performance relative to the 'B' median.
Similar rules were issued in April for banks and other financial institutions.
A special commission will meet next week to advance Costa Rica's much needed fiscal reform package; however, as legislators rush to tack on amendments, the country's tourism industry urges more protection from the 13% VAT plan.
Santander México aims for 10% of the auto loan market by 2022 with the help of a digital strategy.