Issue Four: Latin America and Caribbean
DIGITAL CONVERGENCE & THE DIGITAL CREDIT OPPORTUNITY / ALBO, BANCO INTER
Digital commerce affects all relevant aspects of Latin American daily life: Shopping 24/7, rideshare booking via smartphone, online activity on social media platforms, mobile banking, government web services, telemedicine over long distances, and many other services demonstrate this trend today and in the near future. Find out Latin America's e-Commerce market update – the problem and the opportunity.
Given Brazil's size and financial strength, coupled with its strategic position in the global economic landscape, the country has grown to become a leader in financial services industry, with a major role in regional and international payments. Payment flows between individuals and businesses in Brazil are substantial and growing rapidly. Discover what exactly makes Brazil the market with the hottest potential for digital finance.
As Mexico passed a new law in early 2019 to regulate fintechs and neobanks, it saw a slew of digital challenger banks entering the country. Global players including N26, NuBank and Revolut came into the market in 2019. We take a close look at the the rise of another new challenger bank in Mexico, Albo.
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