Bank unveils hackaholics 2.0 winners
Wema Bank's Hackaholics 2.0, an acceleration aimed at helping startups scale and gain entrance into the market, came to an exciting end as the finalists were unveiled on Wednesday
NCC identifies challenges to data mining in Nigeria
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has identified the challenges hindering data mining in the country.
Fintech launches app to drive digital revolution
Nigerian fintech outfit, Xerde Limited, has rolled out its application, Tudo, which provides solutions to social funding and drives digital transformation.
Groups partner on gender parity, inclusion
Appzone Group, Sub-Saharan Africa’s FinTech Software Company has partnered with Leading Ladies Africa, a women’s empowerment non-profit, to strengthen the continued push for gender equality
Expert urges organisations, financial institutions to step up entrepreneurial empowerment
Corporate organisations and Financial institutions have been urged to focus more on empowering startups to enable them overcome the challenges faced in the ideation stage and ultimately creating successful business entities.
CBN issues new guidelines on e-payment, fintech development
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has issued fresh guidelines aimed at strengthening the payment system and development of other disruptive technologies relating to financial services.
4 Technology Breakthroughs In Nigeria In 2020
The Year 2020 had both its downsides and upsides. As we all know, this year had the first quarter, the pandemic plus lockdown and December. As the poverty capital of the world, it was one the toughest times to be Nigerian, but even from the struggles are born better ways to do things; innovations, although…
SEC’s Order: Fintech firm reassures investors of safety
Chaka Technologies Limited, a fintech company, has reassured investors on the safety of their investments following an interim order granted by the Investment and Securities Tribunal .....
Fintech growth calls for new regulatory insights, says NDIC boss
The Managing Director/Chief Executive, the Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC), Umaru Ibrahim, said the sweeping changes in the financial service industry have imposed fresh regulatory challenges, which call for new insights and approaches.