Banks invest up to $15 million in digital banking

Banks invest up to $15 million in digital banking. Financial entities in Bolivia have been investing up to $15 million in their digital banking services with three objectives: to improve the experience of their clients, automate their processes and lower costs, and enter new market segments that are emerging from the hand of technology. In … Continue reading Banks invest up to $15 million in digital banking

Edwin Rojas is the new president of the Central Bank of Bolivia

Róger Edwin Rojas Ulo was inaugurated this Thursday as the new head of the Central Bank of Bolivia (BCB). He has a Ph.D. in Development Sciences, mention in Development Strategies, Universidad Mayor de San Andrés. Master in Economics and Public Policy, Instituto Torcuato Di Tella (Buenos Aires, Argentina) and Master (c) in Economics of Natural Resources and the Environment, Universidad de Concepción (Concepción, Chile). Degree in Economics, Universidad Mayor de San Andrés (La Paz, Bolivia).

Arce enacts anti-hunger bonus law with credits totalling $704 mn

The Government, of Luis Arce, promulgated laws 1345 and 1346 that allow the payment of the Bonus against Hunger since December. The benefit will be of Bs 1,000 ($143.5) and seeks to reach more than four million people in the country. The credits that will allow the payment of the benefit are from the World Bank (WB) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and total $704 million.

Mario Cazón returns to the Presidency of National Taxes

The Minister of Economy and Public Finance, Marcelo Montenegro, on Thursday, appointed Mario Cazón as interim executive president of the National Tax Service (SIN). He is a Public Accountant graduated from the Universidad Mayor de San Simón (1995), Master in Business Administration with diplomas in Audit and Management Control and Audit Management. Cazón had already been the owner of this tax division between 2016 and 2019. Katia Rivera as Executive Director of the Tax Challenge Authority (AIT).