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Nigeria’s Fintechs project $543 million revenue growth in two

The Guardian / Nigeria / Business Services   Africa records 24% growth in 10 years The number of fintech companies in Africa grew at a yearly rate of 24 per cent between 2009 and 2019, fuelled mostly by Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa. This is even as is projected that Fintech revenues in Nigeria will…

MasterCard : How to boost financial inclusion, by MTN

For the nation to achieve the 95 per cent target for financial inclusion by 2024 set by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), the country needs to accelerate the growth rate in the industry, the General Manager, Mobile Financial Services, MTN Nigeria, Usoro Usoro, said at the weekend. Usoro made this known this during an interactive virtual session by The…

“Financial inclusion is the bedrock of Fintech in Nigeria” – Usoro A. Usoro

  The webinar hosted by Camelia Oros, Managing Director, CT Productions featured presentations by Irene Mia, Global Editorial Director, Thought Leadership and Melanie Noronha, Senior Editor, Thought Leadership, EMEA both of The Economist Intelligence Unit. The webinar also featured presentations by Usoro Usoro, General Manager, Mobile Financial Services, MTN Nigeria and Ebehijie Momoh, Senior Vice…

Financial Inclusion is the bedrock of fintech in Nigeria, says Usoro Usoro

In order to meet the 95% target for financial inclusion by 2024 set by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), the country needs to accelerate the current growth rate in the industry, said the General Manager, Mobile Financial Services, MTN Nigeria, Usoro Usoro.  Usoro disclosed this during an interactive virtual session by The Economist Intelligence…

Usoro Calls for Collaborative Effort to Achieve 95% Target for Financial Inclusion by 2024

In order to meet the 95% target for financial inclusion by 2024 set by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), the country needs to accelerate the current growth rate in the industry said the General Manager, Mobile Financial Services, MTN Nigeria, Usoro Usoro.  Usoro disclosed this during an interactive virtual session by The Economist Intelligence…

“Opportunities for Fintech are Endless”

The Nigerian fintech sector is thriving, both in the area of developing solutions and raising of investments. This was the general consensus during the soft launch of an Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) Research on Fintech in Nigeria with the support of Mastercard and MTN. The report tagged “State of Play: FinTech in Nigeria”, was presented during a…

EIU Research: “State of Play: FinTech in Nigeria” – webinar

June 11 at 11 AM (WAT) EIU Research: “State of Play: FinTech in Nigeria” Only a few days left to the webinar. If you haven’t registered already, make sure you register now! In the meantime, you can enjoy reading the Economist Intelligence Unit’s FinTech Research, simply by downloading some research findings for free from here. A 20-page pdf that…

Nigeria Fintech Event Organized with the Expertise of the Economist Intelligence Unit

The agent for The Economist Group will be hosting stakeholders in the Nigeria financial technology industry in Lagos on Thursday, March 26. The event slated to hold at Eko Hotel & Suites is organized by CT Productions, agent for The Economist in West Africa. It will gather all-important movers and shakers in this nascent industry….

The Economist to host Nigeria Fintech in Lagos

The Economist will be hosting stakeholders in the Nigeria financial technology industry in Lagos on Thursday, March 26. The event slated to hold at Eko Hotel & Suites is organized by CT Productions, agent for The Economist in West Africa.

FinTech revolution comes to Lagos, pioneer research-based event in Nigeria

Financial technology matters. The digital age has unleashed a disruptive movement across Africa to attract previously “unbanked” individuals while building on the work of existing traditional banks.

Interview with H.E. Ogbonnaya Onu, Minister of Science and Technology

. “This event organized by CT Productions based on the EIU research is very important…We can help evolve technology in Nigeria and this will transform Africa.”  

Interview with Mrs.Toki Mabogunje, President, Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry

.. “Finance is the blood of the business. FINTECH is driving access to finance and helping to boost aggregate demand and investment”  

Interview with Dr. Babatunde Obrimah – COO, Fintech Association of Nigeria

“Change is disruption. And the only thing that is consistent in our times is disruption. In any fintech event there is something new to learn, technology will keep evolving. Change will keep occurring on a daily basis.”  

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