Regulation is a strong force in the financial sector regionally and internationally, it plays a very significant role in the financial ecosystem stability and openness to innovation. The advent of the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a shift in the methods and practices of financial activities, making digitalization imperative for effectiveness. In reality, fintech makes financial systems open to broader, flexible and creative approaches to operations, product and services, financial inclusion and regulation, and the

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In furtherance of its fintech educational goals titled – Fintech Learning Series, the Fintech Association of Nigeria in partnership with the Nigerian Institute of Chartered Arbitrators trained lawyers and arbitrators in Nigeria on Digital Skills 101 through Zoom on Saturday, 30th May 2020. The “New Normal” occasioned by COVID-19 pandemic and the role the digital would play in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, 4IR couple with changing future of work makes it imperative for all professionals to acquire

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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 continue to implement its three (3) year strategic plan (2019 – 2021) aimed at strengthening its capacity to be of great relevance to all its stakeholders. These involved among others restructuring of its

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The President of Fintech Association of Nigeria, Dr. Segun Aina and the Management led by Dr. Babatunde Obrimah in a bid to support its members and the ecosystem to weather the storm of economic and business impacts of COVID-19 and prepare them for post COVID-19 challenges and opportunities, engaged in strategic discussions with the fifteen (15) sectors that make up its one hundred and twenty-six (126) member institutions:  Banks, Startups, Insurance, Financial Services, Payment, Incubation

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Fintech Association of Nigeria was among the entities invited by the government of the United Kingdom to participate at the event that brought together key decision-makers, business moguls, influencers, top government functionaries, innovators and others in the UK and African circle to deliberate on the prospects of business and investment opportunities between the Kingdom and the continental as Brexit draws near. At the end of the Summit, we see a lot of prospects for fintechs

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FintechNGR is getting more involved in entrenching Fintech as a veritable tool in combating financial and cybercrime in Africa as the Association represented by its COO, Dr Babatunde Obrimah participated in a two-day Seminar organised by Inter-Government Action Group against Money Laundering in West Africa (GIABA) held in Sally, Dakar, Senegal on the 16th-17th of January 2020. Read More Dr Obrimah made a presentation on THE SCOPE AND EXTENT OF FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGY AND ITS DEPLOYMENT

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FintechNGR was among the Value-Added Service Providers and Strategic Partners recognised by NSE on Wednesday, 29th January at the launch of the Growth Board as Dr Babatunde Obrimah, COO, FintechNGR joined the CEO of NSE, Mr Oscar Onyema and other Strategic Partners in sounding the closing gong. The Growth Board encourages the listing of companies, which are active in their respective sectors and have exhibited high growth potential. The Growth Board is designed to offer

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Kindly download the overview of FintechNGR journey of impacts in regulatory supports, membership growth, capacity building, education and partnerships in 2019 as 2020 holds the great promise of consolidation of impacts, membership growth and testing of new waters in the area of regulatory and legal support, research, programmes and events, skill enhancement and capacity building, youth focused digital education as well as the continued support for growth of Africa fintech Network as  a platform for

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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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