Fintech in Brazil - December 11, 2018





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Published on Jan 4, 2019

Technology, blockchain, and social media are working together to create new approaches to financial services. Artificial intelligence and digitalization are redefining what is possible. More than 400 fintech companies in Brazil have been created to take advantage of the opportunities created, with several achieving high-profile IPOs. Brazil’s banking regulators have shown themselves to be supportive of the innovation and competition brought by fintechs.

A panel explores the latest on fintech in Brazil, and the ongoing advances that will influence its future.


Sandro Reiss, Founder and CEO of Geru, a leading platform for online lending in Brazil.

Alexandre Porto, Vice President at Riverwood Capital, a private equity firm which focuses on building and growing technology-based companies.

Presenting the future of fintech with the application of artificial intelligence is Terry Boyland, CEO of CPQi, a technology and fintech services company headquartered in Brazil.

Larissa Arruy, Partner at Mattos Filho,

discusses the regulatory environment for fintech in Brazil.

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