Brazil's Central Bank launched Pix, a new nationwide real-time payment system, that has transformed money movement inside the country. Launched in November of 2020, within a year, over 62% of Brazil's population had adopted Pix, including businesses and consumers. It is created to facilitate both person to person payments and business transactions and has 113 million users. We at Money20/20 had to learn more, and were luckily able to discuss it with the person responsible for running it- Carlos Eduardo Brandt, Deputy Head of the Dept of Competition and Financial Market Structure of the Central Bank of Brazil- or as he calls himself- the person in charge of Pix. We learned so much, and we are so happy to share it with you!
Carlos Eduardo Brandt, Deputy Head of the Dept of Competition and Financial Market Structure of the Central Bank of Brazil
Rachel Morrissey, Executive Producer of The MoneyPot, Money20/20
Micky Tesfaye, Content Lead for Money20/20 EU
Roland Bodenham, Senior Video Producer and Podcast Lead, Ascential
Rachel Morrissey, Executive Producer of Money20/20 Podcasts, Money20/20
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