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Explore the challenges and solutions in Financial Services, 50+ sheets of pure analysis with 9 graphs and 2 tables focused on emerging trends. Also, you will have all the related content like news, project and company profiles.
Outlook2015: Is Slow Growth the New Normal?
Loans will experience sluggish growth in Latin America next year, with the pace of expansion far from that of 2010-2012. While the slowdown in consumer credit that began two years ago will continue, greater economic growth in some countries, coupled with fewer international bond issues and less access to credit abroad for companies, will likely lead to an increase in the pace of corporate lending. And with lower delinquency levels next year, bank profitability will remain high.
- Brazil: The Slowdown Continues
- Mexico: Financial Reform Takes Shape
- Argentina: Awaiting a Turbulent Year
- Colombia: No Slowdown in Sight
- Peru: Credit Accelerating
- Chile: Loan Growth Returns
- Conclusion: Prospects for 2015
INTELLIGENCE SERIE: Retail Banking and Latin America's New Middle Class
For the Brazilian World Cup last June, thousands of fans from regional neighbors - such as Chile, Mexico, Argentina and Uruguay - flocked to the host nation to cheer on their teams, along with the swelling ranks of recently affluent Brazilians. These fans were symbolic of the socio-economic changes in Latin America over the last decade that have resulted in the so-called 'middle class miracle.' How has the financial system responded to these changes, and what will happen as Latin America enters a period of slower growth?
Loans will experience sluggish growth in Latin America next year, with the pace of expansion far from that of 2010-2012....
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Argentina's Banks Face New Reality
New Insurance Lines in Latin America
The Impact of President Trump on the Mexican Economy
Banking Survey 2017
Latin America Banking Outlook 2017: A Timid Recovery
Voluntary Retirement Savings Key to Combating LatAm Pension Crisis
Chilean Banks: Lower Growth Pressures Profitability, but Underlying Stability Intact
Banking in Peru: After Slowdown, Loan Portfolios Poised for Growth
Banking in Colombia: Credit Growth and Profitability on the Wane
Banking in Central America: Credit Growth Slows as Reputational Risk Rises