Trends in the movement of money in Latin America and the Caribbean 

Visa Tendencias del movimiento de dinero en América Latina y el Caribe.pdf


Trends in the movement of money in Latin America and the Caribbean 

There are many ways in which consumers in Latin America and the Caribbean receive money. The majority, 67%, do so through bank transfers, 43% receive cash, and 14% receive funds through other digital means, such as apps and digital wallets.1

The fact that consumers are prepared to use various means of digital payments for shopping, saving and investing shows a significant change in the banking landscape. 

Download "Money Movement Trends in Latin America and the Caribbean", a study by Visa, to learn more about how consumers save, receive and spend their money. 

I hope you find this information useful for your business. 

Luz Adriana Ramirez

Country Manager, Visa México

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