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    Fintech Association of Nigeria was established in 2017 to foster an ecosystem that supports all stakeholders to achieve a thriving and growing Nigerian FinTech industry and to make Nigeria one of the world’s leading markets for FinTech Innovation and Investment. The association has embarked on the implementation of its three (3) year strategic plan (2019 – 2021) aimed at strengthening its capacity to be of greater relevance to all its stakeholders. These involved restructuring of

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    The Fintech Association of Nigeria held its 2nd Annual General Meeting and Social Meet 4.0 on Thursday, April 11th, 2019 proudly hosted by the Nigerian Stock Exchange at the Exchange House, Marina. The event was well attended by key executives and management staff of member institutions and ecosystem stakeholders including Banks, Consulting, Legal, ICT Venture Capitalists and Investment firms, Research Institute and Tertiary Institutions, Professional bodies, core Fintech firms, Startups, financial services providers, students, media

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    The Fintech Association of Nigeria having successfully established a model for the establishment of national fintech associations in Africa leads the charge in the formation of Africa Fintech Network that was formally launched at the 52nd Session of United Nation Economic Commission for Africa Conference of African Ministers of Finance, Planning and Economic Development held from 20th to  26th March 2019 at Palmarie Hotel, Marrakech, Morocco. The launch of the Network that was one of the most prominent

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    The Fintech Association of Nigeria, FintechNGR and the Securities & Exchange Commission, SEC formally inaugurated the Fintech Adoption Roadmap in the Capital Market Committee at 2018 3rd Capital Market Committee, CMC meeting held on Thursday, 14th November 2018 at the Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island in Lagos. Recall that the CMC at its 2nd meeting in 2018 held on Thursday, 9th August had widely adopted the prayer from the Association in a presentation to set up

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    Fintech Association of Nigeria held it Social Meet 3.0 on Thursday 1st November 2018 hosted by the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria, CIBN at its state of the art digitally equipped learning Centre situated at Yaba Lagos. In his welcome remarks, the president, CIBN, Dr Uche Olowu expressed his satisfaction at the level of partnership that exists within the ecosystem, he strongly affirmed the belief of the Institute in collaboration with relevant organisations in

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    In pursuit of the Association’s cardinal objective of education and advocacy that would influence the formulation of appropriate regulatory frameworks that support and encourage innovation towards job creation and entrepreneurial growth, the Fintech Association of Nigeria kicks-off its flagship programme – Fintech Learning Series with the Regulators at the Securities & Exchange Commission, Abuja on Wednesday, 12th September 2018 further to the partnership that exists between the two entities. The maiden edition of the programme

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    Further to its objective of facilitating an innovation and investment friendly fintech environment driven by collaboration for appropriate regulatory frameworks, the Fintech Association of Nigeria recently engaged the Nigerian House of Representatives Committee on Information and Communications Technology ICT as the delegation of the lower chamber led by the Committee Chairman, Honourable Onawo Mohammed paid an industry consultative visit to the Association. While Welcoming the participants to the meeting, a Governing Council member of the

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    Further to the partnership that exists between the Securities and Exchange Commission, and the Fintech Association of Nigeria, the Capital Market Committee, CMC at its 2nd meeting in 2018 held on Thursday, 9th August at the Federal Palace Hotel adopts the prayer from the Fintech Association for the CMC to set up a Committee to draw a Fintech Adoption roadmap for the Capital Market. Ms. Mary Uduk, the Acting Director-General of SEC who chaired the

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    The Fintech Association of Nigeria celebrated its first anniversary in grand style as it hosted representatives of its member institutions, regulators, affiliated associations and key players in the Nigerian Fintech space. The event was hosted by Access Bank at its African Fintech Foundry facility in Lagos. Fintech Association of Nigeria  President, Dr. SegunAina, while welcoming guests and participants noted that the Association had been laying a very solid foundation for a thriving Fintech industry since its

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    In an industry consultative and advocacy forum on Blockchain Technology, the Belfrics Global team visited the Fintech Association of Nigeria on Wednesday, 25th July 2018 in Lagos. Isa Alade, the Secretary of the Association while welcoming the Belfrics team and the representatives of member institutions to the meeting stated that the forum was an exchange between the visitors and the Association on the state of Blockchain and to advocate further on its adoption in Nigeria.

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