James Young

Banking and Insurance Reporter, Mexico Bureau  in BNamericas

James Young has worked as an editor and journalist in Mexico City since 2004, working for The Miami Herald, Variety and MarketNews, among others. Starting at BNamericas in August 2016, he continues to develop his focus on macroeconomics and the banking industry in Mexico and Latin America. He holds a BS in physics from Florida State University.

568 articles written by James Young:

Moody's: Rising interest rates pose Mexico credit risk

Rating agency Moody's warned that rising interest rates in Mexico could raise credit risks as the country grapples with an economic slowdown. "Rising interest rates in Mexico (A3 negative) will further weigh on the country's...

Argentina unveils inflation-adjusted 30-year mortgages

Argentina has given the green light to highly anticipated inflation-adjusted, 30-year mortgage loans (UVA) to be offered through the nation's three state-owned banks: Nación, Provincia and Banco Ciudad. "The public banks have to be ...

Moody's: Rising interest rates pose Mexico credit risk

Rating agency Moody's warned that rising interest rates in Mexico could raise credit risks as the country grapples with an economic slowdown. "Rising interest rates in Mexico (A3 negative) will further weigh on the country's...

Early draft outlines Mexico fintech bill

Mexican legislators are responding to demands for regulation in the burgeoning fintech sector, releasing for the first time a draft of the so-called fintech law. The draft, obtained by local outlet El Economista, is built around...

Early draft outlines Mexico fintech bill

Mexican legislators are responding to demands for regulation in the burgeoning fintech sector, releasing for the first time a draft of the so-called fintech law. The draft, obtained by local outlet El Economista, is built around...