Our constant study of LatAm’s payments sector once again reveals large-scale changes affecting the region that all key players need to prepare for: issuers, acquirers, fintechs, platforms and e-commerce merchants, among others.
In this webinar we’re sharing 6 megatrends that we expect to dominate this year. This two-day event will present a deep dive into the market evolutions we expect over the next 12 months.
Register once and attend both days.
Dive into how the payments infrastructure in LAC is evolving to enable a faster, cheaper more competitive payments environment with more complexity than ever. We’ll discuss:
Beyond Pix: How Pix’s successful launch could echo into other LatAm markets, using case studies such as SINPE Móvil in Costa Rica and P2P payments in Guatemala
Payment initiation: What we can expect with the adoption of open banking and payment initiation in Latin America
Transformation of online shopping: Data on the rapid growth of social commerce Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and Colombia — as well the preferred payment methods among social commerce shoppers in these markets
Understand how fintechs and neobanks are continuing their journey toward monetization and new areas of payments and banking.
Credit revolution: Buy Now Pay Later, innovative consumer financing and disruption of traditional credit
Rise of alternative investing: Why traditional savings are in decline in Latin America and innovative alternatives
The digital dollar: Crypto exchanges, Central Banks and other fintechs competing to provide the best stable digitized currency
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