In its latest study of Mexico's fintech industry, fintech research firm Finnovista show that the local ecosystem is growing apace, second only to Brazil in the region, and is facing both opportunities and risks from new regulations.
Revenues for Latin American e-commerce group jumped 43.7% on a currency-neutral basis in Q2, but the company saw a slowdown in its largest market, Brazil.
The investigation takes place as the country's largest broadcaster, Televisa, looks to divest its radio business.
The Premia Sampa has categories for both civil servants and civil society organizations, as well as startups, universities and companies.
VeriTran CEO Marcelo González talks about the challenges banks face in going digital in an industry that is becoming increasingly crowded by fintechs and BigTechs.
The company is being accused of paying bribes to secure the rights to the FIFA World Cup.
Some 66 companies in the country develop chatbot solutions, the majority of which use using Facebook Messenger as the preferred channel for interaction.
Brazil is the first nation after the US to receive new tools developed by Facebook that are intended to provide greater transparency to electoral processes and offer a more rigorous verification process for anyone paying to promote political content on the platform.