On September 19, the China Development Institute and venture firm Z/Yen Partners released the 26th edition of the Global Financial Centres Index (GFCI). Known as a leading guidebook for investors, it evaluates the competitiveness of 104 financial hubs around the world. For the first time, Santiago de Chile appeared on the index.
The Chilean government celebrated this as the first step in its plan to turn the capital city into a leading financial center in Latin America. During Chile Day on September 10 in London, Finance Minister Felipe Larraín announced 10 key measures to make this happen.
- Harnessing Economic Stability
- The Plan: Regulatory Overhaul
- Focus on Fintech
- Expected Results
- The Challenges
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