All Fintech startups in the LAC region are invited to participate in the flagship report of the region, scheduled for release in the second quarter of 2024, and set to become a cornerstone report for the ecosystem.
Established Fintech startups from various segments, newly founded Fintech entrepreneurs, early-stage Fintech ventures either born in or operating within the LAC region, as well as regional Fintech leaders with operations across Argentina, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Dominican Republic, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay, and Venezuela, can participate from October 2nd to December 1st.
Your contributions will enable Finnovista and the IDB, significant catalysts in the development of the regional ecosystem, to thoroughly analyze the Fintech landscape, its trends, and the challenges it faces for further progress.
Participation by Fintech startups in these reports presents exclusive opportunities to enhance their reputation, gain access to essential resources, establish valuable relationships, and extend their influence within the realm of financial development and innovation.
Some specific benefits for participating entrepreneurs include:
This flagship report in the LAC region reaffirms the commitment initiated by Finnovista and the IDB in 2017 with the publication of “Fintech: Innovations You Didn’t Know Were from Latin America and the Caribbean,” followed by “Fintech in Latin America 2018: Growth and Consolidation” (2018), “Finnovista Fintech Radar & Incumbents” (2021) in collaboration with the Pacific Alliance, and “Fintech in Latin America and the Caribbean: A Consolidated Ecosystem for Recovery” (2022).
Past reports have unveiled a dynamic, innovative, and burgeoning sector, bearing witness to its development and consolidation in Latin America and the Caribbean. They have introduced the primary segments and markets, charted their evolution and attributes, and assessed the competitive and regulatory environment, facilitating the identification of trends and opportunities. In the latest joint report in 2022, the number of Fintech platforms had surged by 112% since 2018, reaching 2482 by the close of 2021. This forthcoming report, “Fintech in Latin America and the Caribbean 2024: A 360º View,” will furnish valuable, pertinent, and robust insights into the most current Fintech landscape in the region.
We urge all Fintech startups in the aforementioned countries to complete the questionnaire by December 1st to contribute to the most comprehensive Fintech research on the ecosystem in Latin America and the Caribbean. Become a part of the most comprehensive report on Fintech in the region and contribute through your participation to the analysis and better understanding of the Fintech ecosystem, its trends, and the challenges for its advancement. Your contribution is indispensable for the continued advancement of the ecosystem.”