Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has stated that there is a need for the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) to woo financial technology (Fintech) firms raising capital beyond the shores of the country
Olympus, a financial education platform, has renewed commitment to bridge the information gap around cryptocurrency transactions in the financial sector.
The partnership of the telecommunications sector, financial technology companies (Fintechs) and banks, if well leveraged, can drive Nigeria’s cashless economy programme.
26 Nov 2020
Despite the pandemic, the Financial Technology (Fintech) payment space in Nigeria grew by about 800 per cent.
24 Oct 2019
The advent of Financial Technology (Fintech), a combination of technology and innovative business models in financial services, has gained considerable momentum in recent times, with global investments rising at exponential rates.
21 Aug 2019
The famous American publisher Tim Oreilly recently wrote a bestselling book titled “WTF?: What’s the Future and Why It’s Up to Us “ He mentioned something quite profound, which he heard from the Chief Economist at Google.
5 Dec 2018
Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), is offering its platform for the development of Financial Technology (FinTech) companies, especially those in Middle East, Africa and Asia. To get this done, DIFC, which was established in 2001, has partnered global and regional FinTech-focused entities, such as the Middle East Venture Partners (MEVP), Accenture, Startupbootcamp, and Innovate Finance.…
12 Sep 2018
In an unprecedented, innovative strategy to attract the $21 billion yearly remittances from Nigerians in diaspora, filmmaker and entrepreneur, Tony Abulu, has created a symbiotic relationship between Financial Technology (Fintech) and Nigerian creative industry, writes. Tony Abulu is not a new figure in the culture, creative industry (CCI). For over 35 years, he has been…
3 Oct 2016
Despite the growing trend and impact of Financial Technology (FinTech) to global finance in nearly a decade, the sector is still in need of strong guidance against regulatory hurdles.