Sebastián Piñera has pledged not only to cut the corporate tax rate, but also stabilize the country's deficit, which may spark a dilemma.
Mexican lower house lawmakers failed to pass a law to regulate the nation's fintechs, giving the industry additional time to raise concerns, including an issue on minimum capital requirements.
Billionaire Sebastián Piñera won a decisive victory against the ruling coalition candidate, center-left senator Alejandro Guillier, and will return to La Moneda presidential palace in March.
The country's looming elections are beginning to overshadow a reform that is considered key to reducing long-term government debt and spending.
Launched in November 2016 by Mastercard, the Identity Check Mobile solution has been implemented in Brazil, Mexico and 14 other non-Latin American countries.