Publications

  • Insurers and Big Data - Bain Santiago

    August 11, 2016 | Advanced Analytics, Financial Services | Diario Pulso

    Bain Partner Marcial Rapela comments on insurers and the opportunity for growth and cost reduction in the industry through the application of advanced data analytics. (Full article only available in Spanish)

  • Banks and biometrics: Paying with a selfie becoming closer to a reality in Chile - Bain Santiago

    May 10, 2016 | Digital, Financial Services | Diario Financiero | Media mention

    Steve Berez, a partner with Bain & Company, explains how some banks are advanced in the area of mobile banking, allowing clients to do everything with their phones. (Full article only available in Spanish)

  • The vision of... - Bain Santiago

    August 01, 2015 | Financial Services | Diario Pulso | Media mention

    discusses how cash payments make up the lowest percent of payments in Chile compared to other countries. In 2013, 30% of transactions in Chile used cash, while the rest of the payments involved electronic transfers, debit cards and credit cards. (Full article only available in Spanish)

  • Global Digital Insurance Benchmarking Report 2015

    July 15, 2015 | Bain report

    Bain’s new benchmark survey of 70 property and casualty insurers and life insurers worldwide finds that four pathways can help companies realize digital success.

  • Prepaid cards could be implemented in 2016 - Bain Santiago

    July 03, 2015 | Financial Services | Diario Financiero | Media mention

    There are high expectations for prepaid cards, which could revolutionize the payment industry. These low-cost, easily accessible plastic cards would pay for multiple products, bills, services and transactions on the internet, without necessarily requiring a bank membership.

  • Prepaid cards could be implemented in 2016 - Bain Santiago

    July 03, 2015 | Financial Services | Diario Financiero | Media mention

    There are high expectations for prepaid cards, which could revolutionize the payment industry. These low-cost, easily accessible plastic cards would pay for multiple products, bills, services and transactions on the internet, without necessarily requiring a bank membership.