Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, 2021 was a good year for the fintech sector in Mexico, given the growth it continued to record, as well as the growing amount of investments and the emergence of the so-called unicorns (companies valued at more than $1 billion).
Ernesto Calero, recently appointed general director of the Fintech Mexico Association, considers that 2022 is shaping up to be a year of consolidation for the ecosystem in the country, and estimates that its infrastructure will be the spearhead of Mexico’s participation in the economy. of the 21st century.
“Through the fintech ecosystem, the country’s economic potential is being unleashed, especially benefiting small and medium-sized companies, which allows exponentially integrating more businesses and more Mexicans into the formal economy,” he says.
In an article, he highlights that the accelerated growth of fintech in Mexico is an unequivocal sign of how attractive the market is for both local entrepreneurs and regional and global startups.