Category Archives: Mexico

Will Poor G2P Recipients Use Financial Services If Offered To Them?

Excellent comp study on conditional cash transfer programs in the 4 largest countries: Mexico, Brazil, Colombia and South Africa. Main lesson for Mexico: long way to catch up to move into main stream fin systems, away from pure cash. Lesson … Continue reading

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Baja bancarización impulsa sistemas móviles | El Economista

Les comparto algunas reflexiones recogidas por la prensa, de mi reciente participación en la conferencia Mobile Payments 2012 Mexico & CA. via Baja bancarización impulsa sistemas móviles | El Economista.

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New partnership in Mexico between a major telco (Movistar) and a Brazilian Bank (Itaú).

The card payments market in Mexico is gearing up towards a more innovative environment after years of dominance by the large traditional banks. Last week it was announced that a Brazilian bank (Itaú) is partnering with Telefonica‘s Movistar brand in Mexico to … Continue reading

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