[ad_1] The Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE) has partnered Fintech Nigeria Association to deepen the penetration of technology firms in the Nigerian capital market. The collaboration according to a statement, was an opportunity to explore the opportunities and value of a partnership that will focus on deepening the capital market, boost liquidity and in overall accelerate… Read more NSE partners FINTECH Nigeria to deepen market
A payday loan is a small short-term loan that is being used especially in emergency situations. In an unstable economy, such as the one in America, most people have to find various sources for money and payday loans are one of the simplest alternatives since they provide the funds they need right away. However,… Read more What are payday loans and how do they work?
Imagine a walking, talking ATM. No it is not a machine, Firstmonie agents are humans like you, except you can now perform a majority of your banking transactions with them without stepping into a banking hall. With this bespoke channel, FirstBank is committed to empowering individuals without bank accounts and bridging the gap between high-tech…… Read more FirstMonie Agent Is Now In Every Neighbourhood!
So, I host a radio show called “Your Business My Business” on City FM every morning where I talk to small business owners as well as startup owners as they share their experiences with me and basically project their products, services or solutions . In over 1year that I have hosted the show, I have… Read more 5 of the most inspiring TEDx talks by Nigerians on Youtube!
[ad_1] Recently, several Nigerian banks activated the review option on their Facebook pages and the flood gates of good and bad comments were opened as bank customers across the country latched on the medium to express their opinions on the quality of services they got from their banks. Diamond Bank was one of them. Before… Read more Banking in Nigeria: An ambitious digital experimentation
September 15, 2017 • Cloud Computing, Finance The benefits of cloud accounting software. If you’re running an ambitious accounting business, then our advice is straightforward: move your business to the cloud. Xero research reveals that cloud-based accounting firms have five times… Read full story here
September 16, 2017 • East Africa, Mobile and Telecoms, North Africa, Online & Social, Opinion, Southern Africa, West Africa Nick Durrant (MD), Bluegrass Digital. To start things off the question remains… Should businesses have to choose between creating an app that provides a better… Read full story here
Opportunities in the financial sector are largely untapped with only little proportion of the population harnessing them. With ever-improving cutting edge technology, the unbanked are drawn to the financial landscape to reap the benefit inherent in the array of products introduced by banks. Kunle Aderinokun writes on recent efforts at boosting financial inclusion… Read full… Read more How Technology-driven Initiatives are Boosting Financial Inclusion
[ad_1] My prophecies are coming to pass. After WhatsApp made recruitment moves that suggested a drive towards monetisation, I highlighted a few possible ways the instant messaging platform can make money. The company has seemingly set out to actually make money and they are doing it through the first likely means I prophesied; new products.… Read more Projections on how WhatsApp Payments will disrupt fintech in Nigeria
After the Nigerian civil service, the Nigerian banking sector comes in at a close second as the most frustrating place to carry out activities. The manner in which basic tasks are sometimes complicated is quite amazing actually. Even after the Bank Verification Number (BVN) allocation exercise, one would think that should serve as an alternative… Read more WEMA’S ALAT is Nigeria’s First Digital Bank