A bet on financing for Latin America’s millennials

Over the next few weeks Ramona Ortega, a lawyer and financial expert from New York, plans to launch Midineromifuturo.com (my money, my future), a personal finance platform that she believes will change the lives of millennials in the United States and Latin America who are not being served by the traditional financial system. “In the United States there are about 80 million millennials (people born between 1980 and 2000),” Ortega says. “Of those there are at least 36 million for whom the financial system isn’t providing service, and that includes people of different backgrounds”. It’s a potential market that Ortega believes will enable at least 1 million users to benefit in the first year after the first round of capital, […]

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