Group strategises to boost operations, engages membership sectors
Fintech Association of Nigeria (FAN), in a bid to support its members to weather the storm of economic and business impacts of COVID-19, has engaged...
For Segun Aina, Africa’s Fintech trailblazer, at 65
Today, 31st January 2020, Segun Lawrence Aina turns 65. This opened another page in the life of a man who has made global professional banking practice, education, youth development...
‘Fintech, transforming many industries in Nigeria’
Financial Technology (Fintech), has been described as a new revolution transforming various sectors of the Nigerian economy.This development, according to the Fintech Association of Nigeria ...
FINTECH holds inaugural meeting, elects exco/governing council
The inaugural annual general meeting of Fintech Association of Nigeria held on January 26, 2018 amongst other things saw the emergence of the new members of the executive/governing council of the Association.
‘Non-adherence to acceptable corporate governance practices hinders financial services’
Two major challenges come to mind, the infrastructural deficiencies leading to very high operational cost and high level of loan delinquencies. Added to this will be lack of adherence to good and acceptable corporate governance practices in some of the institutions in the sector.