Latin American FinTech seed deal activity slows down in Q3 2022 with only 17 deals

Latin American FinTech seed deal activity slows down in Q3 2022 with only 17 deals

Latin American companies announced 17 FinTech seed deals in Q3 2022, a 32% decrease from the previous quarter.

World FinTech Report 2021: Counting FinTechs’ expansion with branded digital-only subsidiaries

Covering banking in the FinTech era, the World FinTech Report 2021 from Capgemini and Efma explores how successful FinTechs have breached the profitability barrier and analyzes alternative options for banks to alleviate the competitive threat. Discover how banks can implement digital-only subsidiaries with the “right-field” approach to be successful in the FinTech era. Download the report at and follow #WFTR21.

How the Technology Ecosystem Is Evolving in Latin America

Punta Tech Meetup Founder Sergio Fogel joins Jill Malandrino on Nasdaq #TradeTalks to discuss how the technology ecosystem is evolving in Latin America.

Venture Capital Summit 2021| Plug and Play Brazil

Welcome to the day of innovation hosted by Plug and Play Brazil, where we’re pleased to discuss the latest trends in Latin American Venture Capital and participate in a network round between startups and investors.

LatAm and Brazil have gained relevance in the global venture capital and open innovation scenario in the past years.

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Going Digital: The Promise of Fintech in Latin America

As COVID-19 increased reliance on digital technologies in Latin America, interest in online financial services exploded. From 2018 to 2021, the region’s fintech industry doubled in size. Even so, nearly half of Latin Americans remain unbanked, impeding their ability to save, shop and grow their businesses.

As Latin America looks beyond the pandemic, the region’s fintech sector, from start-ups to behemoths, is turning its attention to the challenges and opportunities of financial inclusion. Goals include reducing the cost of remittances — perhaps through the use of cryptocurrencies, NFTs, and other blockchain adoptions — and offering technologies that appeal to individuals who have no ties to formal financial institutions, or to those who seek more efficient and transparent methods to conduct financial transactions.