Wallet.ng: The Fintech Startup Building Mobile Payment Solutions for Nigerian Millennials

It was at an Omidyar-organised “Market Makers” event in Lagos that I’d first met Wallet.ng founder/CEO, John Oke. The event was fintech-focused and the room was filled with several interesting people including Paga CEO Tayo Oviosu, Flutterwave CEO Iyinoluwa Aboyeji, MEST Lagos GM Neku Atawodi-Edun, Microtration Founder Yele Bademosi and Lidya Co-founder Tunde… Read full… Read more Wallet.ng: The Fintech Startup Building Mobile Payment Solutions for Nigerian Millennials

Fintech is not a threat to Nigerian banks; the real threats are less obvious

The world is changing rapidly, with Internet and technology disrupting every sector of the economy. The banking industry is not left out as financial technology (fintech) solutions are beginning to play an important role in the provision of financial service. The Banking Supervision division of the European Central Bank defines fintech as “an umbrella term… Read more Fintech is not a threat to Nigerian banks; the real threats are less obvious

Aina advocates more FinTech adoption in capital market – Punch Newspapers

[ad_1] Stanley Opara The Chairman, FinTech Associates Limited, Dr. Segun Aina, has called for more financial technology adoption in the Nigerian Stock Exchange and the capital market at large. Aina said this on Wednesday at the Closing Gong ceremony of the FinTech Association of Nigeria at the NSE headquarters in Lagos. Though he admitted that… Read more Aina advocates more FinTech adoption in capital market – Punch Newspapers

Why banks and FinTech startups need each other more than ever

[ad_1] Amy Neale, vice president and senior business leader at ‎Mastercard, explains why banks and FinTech startups need to work closely together. It’s sometimes hard to believe the iPhone was launched a little over 10 years ago, paving the way for a smartphone revolution where it seems we have ported our entire lives onto mobile.… Read more Why banks and FinTech startups need each other more than ever

NSE, Fintech Nigeria partner on innovation growth policy formulation

[ad_1] The prospects for a strategic collaboration that will deepen the penetration of technology firms in the Nigerian capital market, received a boost with the recent engagement between the Nigerian Stock Exchange and Fintech Nigeria Association. This is coming on the heels of earlier engagements between the Stock Exchange and Fintech Nigeria. Chairman of the… Read more NSE, Fintech Nigeria partner on innovation growth policy formulation

NSE partners FINTECH Nigeria to deepen market

[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

Ending CoD won’t resolve Nigeria’s eCommerce trust issues, but fintech startups can

[ad_1] Recently, I went on my first dentist visit in about 7 years for check up and clean up. Just after the dentist finished the consultation, he told me straight away that he has one golden rule for all his patients; “If you miss one appointment, I will drop you as patient”. Wow! Hey! Hello!… Read more Ending CoD won’t resolve Nigeria’s eCommerce trust issues, but fintech startups can