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Firm unfolds app to close financial inclusion gap

By Abigail Ikhaghu
26 November 2021   |   2:40 am
To close the financial inclusion gap in the country and bank the unbanked, a Nigerian fintech company, Crowdyvest Limited, has re-launched its mobile app.

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To close the financial inclusion gap in the country and bank the unbanked, a Nigerian fintech company, Crowdyvest Limited, has re-launched its mobile app.

The refreshed mobile app offers a modern design, easy navigation, and exciting new features to deliver top-notch and seamless digital banking.

The platform has also introduced a revamped fixed-income product that allows users to invest in short-term and long-term plans and project investments, an alternative investment and commodity-specific type of offer in different sectors and in partnership with pre-vetted impact partners, and many more.

The features will give its users a variety of suitable plans to help build a saving and investment culture based entirely on their capability with product prices as low as N1,000 and returns up to 25 yearly.

The firm has partnered with UBA Pensions Custodian Limited and Parthian Security Limited, both licensed by the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) to ensure proper fund utilization, transparency and compliance.

With the partnership, the firm hopes to give more comfort to consumers by ensuring the safety of their funds.

The CEO of Crowdyvest, Tope Omotolani, has the vision to transform the company into a platform that allows its customers to carry out all kinds of financial activities that help them plan their lives and make their financial goals possible from the comfort of their smartphones and devices.

She said: “We aim to become the platform that helps our members plan and structure their finances through the different range of products we offer.

“As we work with organisations in different sectors to power viable and impact-driven projects through the funds we raise from our members, a symbiotic interdependence is created, leading to financial and economic growth for all. We believe this partnership is needed to foster growth and create more opportunities for Africa.”

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