Regional Banking: Financial Services Boom To Continue

April 2011
Emerging Markets Monitor;4/25/2011, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p12
Country Report
The article discusses the massive expansion expected in the financial services sector in Latin America over the next few years as of 2011. It says that the search for yield of developed state investors, the inter- and intra-region financial market integration and the expansion of services and products for the expanding middle class are driving the growth in more sophisticated financial products and services. According to the author, substantial wealth creation is expected in Uruguay, Peru, Panama, Colombia and Chile over the next several years.


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