In a bid to deepen its impacts on the policy landscape and make innovation more entrenched in Nigeria, FintechNGR has partnered with the National Insurance Commission (NAICOM) to develop a Fintech Adoption Roadmap Policy for the Insurance Sector, a feat it achieved in 2019 when it collaborated with SEC to develop The Fintech Adoption Roadmap Policy in the Capital Market Similarly, FintechNGR is partnering with Galaxy Backbone, an agency of the Federal Government in charge

The Fintech Association of Nigeria (FintechNGR) successfully concluded its 6th Annual General Meeting (AGM) on June 27, 2023. The event brought together distinguished attendees, including members of the Board of Trustees and Governing Council as well as prominent figures from the fintech ecosystem. FintechNGR, the premier national fintech association in Africa, remains committed to accelerating fintech growth, fostering innovation, and advocating for regulatory reforms in Nigeria’s dynamic fintech landscape. With over 2580 corporate and 117

FintechNGR: 2021 in Retrospect In 2021, our three-pronged mission; Accelerate, Advocacy, Connect, found deeper expression and thrived as we needed to help the ecosystem recover speedily from the damaging effects of Covid-19 During  the year, our work was driven by the need to work with our members and the fintech ecosystem as a whole to leverage the spate of opportunities that came with the ‘new normal’ and translate that into encompassing growth and progress for

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