The CBN in collaboration with EFInA has launched a framework to advance women’s financial inclusion.
Banks these days have the digital options that allow their customers to manage the vast majority of banking needs without leaving their homes.
The CBN, in a bid to increase the provision of financial services to unbanked Nigerians, has licensed 15 mobile money operators. #CBN #FINANCIALINCLUSION
About $400m has been invested in fintech firms in the country in 2019, according to the Central Bank of Nigeria.
UBA assures of innovative services to boost trade, financial inclusion in Africa
Financial inclusion has been a great challenge across the world, especially in Africa.
Another credit opportunity has been created for Fintech startups driving financial inclusion in Africa. The new credit facility worth $23 million was set up by Accion...
MTN Nigeria Plc has launched its much anticipated mobile money transfer service which is called MoMo Agent Network.
Union Bank has intensified its effort to bring banking closer to its customers and the underserved Nigerians as well as simultaneously assist the Central Bank of...
The battle to lead financial technology market among telecommunications companies just got more intense after @Vodacom's big-shot, @Yolandacuba, left the company to join @MTNGroup. Cuba's exit...