The European Business Council for Africa

Banking in Nigeria remains an attractive sector, with over $9 billion in value pools. Although financial penetration remains low across the country, approximately 40% of the country, fintech provides a unique opportunity to service payments, short-term loans, savings and pension products to the entire community. Despite the growing competition within the fintech environment in Nigeria, it still accounts for under 2% of banking revenue. As the world moves towards a cashless economy, driven by the Covid crisis, fintech offers inclusive access to the entire population

Join our exclusive webinar, at 1PM (GMT)/ 2PM (WAT) focusing on the fintech industry in Nigeria and its potential in the coming years. Meet the panel. 

• Dr Ahmed Rostom, Senior Financial Specialist, World Bank 
• Adesoji Solanke, Director – Froniter/SSA Banks & Fintech Equity Research, Renaissance Capital 
• Dr Babatunde Obrimah, Chief Operating Officer, Fintech Association of Nigeria
• Moses Sule, VP, Online Payment & Retail Acquiring, Opay Nigeria
• Mayowa Hambolu, Senior Research Manager, Asoko Insight 

Our experts will cover: 
• Banking the unbanked, innovation across the fintech value chain.
• Capitalising on Nigeria’s youthful population and providing better access and inclusion.
• Challenges and hurdles facing the sector.
• The importance of fintech for the development of MSMEs and a middle class.
• Case studies from the African continent.

You can register here

Soure: Frontier Exchange