Millions of people in Mexico do not have access to basic financial products, but fintechs have been working to radically change the scenario.
Along the companies trying to soften the crisis impact on their business was Mexico's Bitso, one of the largest crypto exchanges in LatAm.
Addi has targeted the Colombian and Brazilian credit market with their BNPL product. CEO Santiago Suarez says insights make the difference.
The rise in interest rates has led to banks and fintechs cutting down on lending. For companies like Stori, that is an opportunity.
Wagner Ruiz, Co-founder of EBANX, talked at the Fintech Nexus LatAm 2022 event about the outlook for payment innovation in emerging markets.
Following its success in Brazil, Inter has expanded into the U.S. market. The key? Providing a synergy of products targeting the users' needs
How the Mexican SME lender went from startup to baking-licensed neo-bank looking at a NASDAQ-listed SPAC at a valuation of $547 million.
At Visa, Romina Seltzer leads as SVP of Products and Innovation across Latin America. She presented a brief look into the future of payments.
Despite the bear market, Kushki's CEO argues that LatAm founders are used to dealing with recurring crises.
In eight months since its creation, Clara became a unicorn, the fastest Latin American startup to obtain this designation yet.