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The round, led by Dalus Capital, was accompanied by IDB Lab, IDC Ventures, Athos Group, Kube Ventures, Grupo Finacess, iThink VC, Sonen Capital and Oikocredit.
Halo Financial Services Limited, a fintech start-up has launched an innovative approach to offer financial solutions to communities and grow their money.
Fintech startups in Nigeria are to benefit from a new accelerator programme that will focus on investing in early-stage fintech and proptech companies in the country.
Fintech and digital banking platform NowNow has reaffirmed its commitment to drive financial empowerment as well as introduce new products and services to Nigerians.
A finicial technology (fintech) firm, CashBox said it has seen monthly transaction value grow from N16 million in 2019 to N200 million in 2021, representing a 1,150 per cent increase
A management and financial technology (fintech) firm, SystemSpecs Nigeria Limited has restated its commitment to continually innovate to meet the payment, payroll
Technology makes life more comfortable but it does not necessarily make life cheaper. This is not truer of the banking sector.
FITC, a technology-driven knowledge institution, has hosted its flagship Risk-Based Supervision (RBS) for Fintech programme in Kigali, Rwanda
A financial technology (fintech) expert and Managing Director of Stellas Digital Bank, Bukola Solomon, has stated that the industry is capable of attracting huge foreign direct investment ....
As part of efforts to deepen the market in 2022, the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) yesterday, unveiled plans to develop a focused strategy that would attract financial technology (Fintech) firms to the nation’s stock market.
Nigerians seeking loans in recent months have found succour in Bimzukash, a loan management company that gives out salary advance and business loans in few minutes with the first loan as high as N100,000 to N1,000,000 and subsequent loans likely to grow up to N5,000,000. The fintech which has been around for a while launched…
A frontline public speaker and founder, Talkademy, Joyce Daniels, has said people could make honest income and build careers by being professional masters of ceremonies (MCs).