Banking in Latin America

@article{Carvalho2019BankingIL,
  title={Banking in Latin America},
  author={Fernando J. Cardim de Carvalho and Luiz Fernando de Paula and Jonathan M. Williams},
  journal={The Oxford Handbook of Banking},
  year={2019}
}
This chapter offers a unique portrayal of the evolution of banking in Latin America. We contextualize our analysis by providing a detailed assessment of how financial policy has evolved across the region beginning with development models of the post-1945 period. Events of the 1980s and 1990s are a source of recent developments, which we succinctly summarize as the financial deepening and growth of a market-oriented and more competitive environment. Specific developments include the repeal of… 
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