About the webinar

The world was a very interesting place, in which to do business even before the Covid-19 pandemic.

Financial technology has been widely proclaimed both the savior of the “new economy” and an existential threat to the old world order. Amid hyperbole and huge numbers being thrown around, many such companies are truly making a difference in Nigeria. 

In the transition from financial inclusion to financial security, there is a need to focus not just on getting people into the digital economy, but also on helping them to use the right tools and services to achieve financial security. 

The Economist Group

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The Economist Group

The Economist Group is a world-renowned multinational media company that inspires and connects with the most influential audiences across the globe.

CT Productions

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CT Productions

Is an international media company producing promotional features, country reports to be published in the international press, video production and event organising.

Economist Intelligence Unit

The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) is the research and analysis division of The Economist Group and the world leader in global business intelligence.

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Economist Intelligence Unit

The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) is the research and analysis division of The Economist Group and the world leader in global business intelligence.

SOFT LAUNCH

We are pleased to invite you to the Soft Launch of the EIU Research: “State of Play: FinTech in Nigeria”. The objective of this webinar is to deliver the research conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit on the Fintech domain in Nigeria. All you need is relevant information. Which is why we are here.

Nigeria: State of Play

Fast-changing Finance for the next decade

As global economic growth stalls and stutters, amid trade war threats and rising protectionism of all kinds, former behemoths of the planet struggle yet sub-Saharan countries are still on track for notable developments. Nigeria has been nothing short of spectacular in managing to drop its dependence on oil to 10% of the economy, getting agriculture above 22% and services to more than half of the nation’s GDP. This fast-growing country of dynamic young people accounts for almost three-quarters of the West African economy. There are more than two million mobile money agents in developing countries and half the 300 million mobile money registered accounts globally are located in sub-Saharan Africa. Institutional and governance reforms are laying the groundwork for swift developments.

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Interviews

Interview with
H.E. Ogbonnaya Onu

Minister of Science and Technology
Mrs.Toki Mabogunje, President, Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Interview with
Mrs.Toki Mabogunje

President, Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Dr. Babatunde Obrimah - COO, Fintech Association of Nigeria

Interview with
Dr. Babatunde Obrimah

COO, Fintech Association of Nigeria

Strategic Partners

Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Fintech Association of Nigeria

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Gold Sponsor: Ecobank

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