Breaking News
South-South women

With emphasis on convenience and reliability, 81% of bank account owners think Fintechs offer better service

With over $9 billion in value pools, the Nigerian banking sector remains an attractive sector for investors. In the first nine months of 2020, Nigeria’s leading banks performed remarkably well as their earning results revealed much lower-than-expected loan loss provisions, coupled with exceptional revenue from the banks’ trading portfolios and mark-to-market gains. As Africa’s largest
Read More

Adopt digital ecosystem to grow your business, CeBIH urges MSMEs

Visa’s fast track program propels growth of the Fintech industry worldwide

Fintechs are a central part of the global payments ecosystem, and amidst COVID-19 have launched further into the spotlight, reporting sizable upticks in the usage of their apps[1], as more people manage their money from their personal devices. Visa (NYSE: V), today, is proud to announce its continued support of the global Fintech community, having grown the Fast Track Program to over 140 Fintechs[2]. Since expanding globally in mid-2019, the Fast Track program has grown 280%[3], highlighting the surge in demand for digital payments worldwide.

Read More
CBN Agric loan: Wike accuses Emefiele of denying Rivers

Emefiele reveals Nigerian Fintechs attracted N400m investment in 2019

  By Babajide Komolafe Financial Technology (Fintechs) companies in Nigeria have so far attracted over $400 million investment in 2019 reflecting increased confidence in the bourgeoning segment of the financial system. Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor, Mr. Godwin Emefiele disclosed this while speaking on Friday in Lagos at the 2019 Annual Bankers Dinner Night
Read More

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!