November 12th 

November 13th 

9.00-9.15

CÓMO LA CUARENTENA ACELERÓ LA INDUSTRIA DE FINTECH

PANORAMA REGIONAL E IMPACTO DE LA PANDEMIA

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Ana María Yumiseva
Director
Frecuencia Latinoamérica

9.15-9.55

The emergence of a new Latin American economy fueled by the fintech ecosystem

Is your financial institution prepared to play a role in Latin America's new financial future?

What makes Latin America the "big fish" for fintech investments and where are the most significant opportunities?

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Edwin Zácipa
Managing Director
Colombia Fintech

UNDERSTANDING THE IMPORTANCE OF DIGITAL DEMOGRAPHICS

Discussion. How AI ​​is triggering financial inclusion in Latin America. The future of lending

Innovations in microcredits and micro loans triggered by FinTechs

Microservices and personalization with smart lending

Microfinance to serve the Hispanic niche

9.55-10.50

Moderator

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Leandro Zen
Founder & CEO
Size

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Christopher Jacoby
Co-Founder
Headtorch Studios

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Roberto Taboada
CXO
Kubo Financiero

NETWORKING

10.50-11.20

OPEN BANK TRACK

11.20-12.00

Strategies for a successful digital bank transformation

Business case: Bind Argentina - Latin America's first API Bank

How Banco Industrial managed to develop a pioneering commercial strategy focused on the concept of "integrated banking within the enterprise".

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Rosario Flores Vidal
Product Manager
Bind Banco Industrial

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Federico Repond
CTO
Poincenot

Building an open banking infrastructure in Brazil

Discovering the true economic potential in Open Banking in the Region

Exploring the aspects necessary to achieve a regulatory balance that ensures open APIs, security and consumer privacy

How the opening of the APIs are helping banks improve the customer experience and change the industry.

12.00-12.40

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Rafael Teruszkin
GTS - Client Solutions
Santander Brasil

12.40-13.20

How regulation is shaping the new financial future of Latin America

Latest advances in the second stage of the Mexican Fintech Law and in the regulation of Open Banking

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Gilberto A. Perez
General Director of Regulatory Development
Comisión Nacional Bancaria y de Valores (México)

13.20-14.50

LUNCH

14.50-15.20

Cloud service technology and how it's disrupting financial services

Defining new business models around banking-as-a-platform.

How FinOps, an operating model for the cloud. enables a shift — a combination of systems, best practices, and culture — to increase an organization’s ability to understand cloud costs and make tradeoffs.

Technologies and strategies increases the business value of the cloud.

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Jay Balasubramani
Founder
Pollux.Digital

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15.20-16.00

Financial disruption led by the public sector

Financial Inclusion case study. BIM Peru, the interoperable mobile wallet. It massified, surpassing more than 600.000 subscribers using it to make utilities and B2B payments

Miguel Arce

Comercial Director

Pagos Digitales Peruanos

NEOBANKS AND FINTECHS IN LATIN AMERICA

16.00-16.40

Discussion. There are over 100 neobanks in Latin America. What are they doing better than traditional banks?

What are the niches and neobanking segments with greater growth prospects in the Region
 

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Joaquín Ayuso
CEO
Denizen

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Salvador Melendez
CEO
Tauro

COCKTAIL HOSTED BY:

17.30-19.00

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