BNamericas provides a roundup of the most important stories of the week in Latin America's Banking sector.
A potential runoff would be tight with 44% of votes for Bolsonaro and 43% for Haddad, according to a latest poll.
Chile's Cumplo was founded six years ago to ease access to financing for SMEs and currently controls almost 70% of the regional market.
The country's transport minister will meet executives from the IDB, World Bank, CitiBank and other lenders to discuss financing alternatives.
Macro data is released in Chile and Uruguay as Paraguay's BNF plans to open new branches.
Felix von Studnitz of global insurance market information provider Axco talks to BNamericas about political risk, trade credit re/insurance, the situation in Argentina, and much more.