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Fintech Quanto scores US$15M with Brazil’s largest banks

6 months ago

Contxto – The Brazilian Fintech Quanto just raised US $15 million with Itaú Unibanco and Bradesco: The two largest banks in Brazil. Not satisfied with bagging these major financial institutions when it comes to banking, Kaszek Ventures and Coatue—both VCs—also pitched some funds for this investment round.  While Itaú Unibanco’s contribution happened as a direct […]

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Watch out Nubank? Ank marks Itaú’s foray into fintech

7 months ago

Contxto – Itaú, Brazil’s second-largest bank, has ventured into the world of fintech with its launch of an app called Ank. The goal of the app is simple: trying to help consumers keep track of their various bank accounts in one central location. The idea is that Ank is a consumer’s first port of call […]

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Take Blip piggybacks on Whatsapp to US$100M investment

7 months ago

Contxto – Take Blip has taken the Latin American communications sector by storm. The startup just closed its Series A funding round with US$100 million, led by US private equity firm Warbug Pincus. The company connects corporate customer service tools like CRM (customer relationship management) software with communications platforms such as WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. […]

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SoftBank-backed Ualá makes international debut with Mexico

7 months ago

Contxto – For the first time ever, Ualá is scaling beyond its native Argentina. Rumors floated around last week that the fintech would launch into Colombia, but alas that wasn’t the case. Today (29), Ualá announced it’s expanding into Mexico. “We launched Ualá in Argentina three years ago with the purpose of making personal finances […]

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Nubank is laying the groundwork to conquer (hearts) in Colombia

7 months ago

Contxto – Entrepreneurs David Vélez, Cristina Junqueira, and Edward Wible launched fintech Nubank in Brazil in 2013. But it’s only reasonable for Vélez to hope to eventually bring the company he helped create to his native Colombia. And evidence recently surfaced suggesting that it’s been quietly building towards that goal. According to local media site, […]

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Mercado Libre to launch platform for all-things agriculture

8 months ago

Contxto – E-commerce giant Mercado Libre is returning to its roots, literally. This week it stated it would launch a specialized platform for users in Argentina to buy or sell supplies, tools, and even machinery for agriculture. For Mercado Libre, this maneuver means connecting small and medium-sized vendors with growers, while also riding that Covid-induced […]

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Startup Mexico expands accelerator program into Costa Rica

8 months ago

Contxto – Startup Mexico (SUM) is making its second international jump.  Last Monday (31), the accelerator announced it had chosen Costa Rica as its next destination. But it’s not going at it alone. The SUM has partnered with San José-based ParqueTec, a local startup ecosystem and incubator program. Startup Mexico goes abroad We seek to […]

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Fintech showdown: Banks’ upcoming Modo app versus Mercado Pago

8 months ago

Contxto – Not too long ago, a group of some of the largest banks in Argentina stated they would launch a joint app. Through it, they hope to attract users who’ve been opting for the likes of fintechs like Mercado Pago. More recently, the app’s developers disclosed just what users can expect from it. And […]

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Fintech from Central America (beta)

8 months ago

Contxto – At almost a dozen startups, Central America is an overlooked fintech powerhouse. The reason is probably because people often think of this Latin American region in terms of its smaller constituent countries: Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama. Yet, with a market of over 44 million people (greater than Argentina’s population), […]

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ALIVE Ventures closes US$28 million fund for impact-driven startups

9 months ago

Contxto – Look alive startups, because ALIVE Ventures has the funds to help you scale—if you fit its investment thesis, that is. Acumen LatAm Impact Ventures—ALIVE, previously Acumen LatAm Capital Partners or ALCP—announced it closed US$28 million for its Acumen Latin America Early Growth Fund (ALEG). Why it’s a big deal: The fund focuses on […]

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