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Techfoliance AFRICA | 15 décembre 2017

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African Fintech Founders #1 – Martin Ijaha: founder & CEO at Neyber

8 décembre 2017 |

Techfoliance Africa is happy to highlight some of the most inspiring African Fintech founders’ stories. In this serie, we will introduce you to Martin ljaha, founder and CEO at Neyber.

Martin Ijaha is founder and CEO at Neyber, a London-based … Read More

The Sarb Launches A FinTech Unit In South Africa

21 novembre 2017 |

Francois Groepe, deputy governor at the South African Reserve Bank (Sarb) is looking for ways to build a regulatory environment that could facilitate FinTech developments in the region.

Like many regulators around the world, the Sarb has tried to strenghen … Read More

Digitalization Is Rethinking The Need For Banking Intermediation In Nigeria

17 novembre 2017 |

According to a study published by KPMG Nigeria, nearly 94 million Nigerian adults are considered financially underserved.

In a recent talk delivered at the 2017 Digital Summit, Boye Ademola, Partner at KPMG Nigeria, said that there were 96 million financially … Read More

Building A Bank For Africa’s Future

14 novembre 2017 | | 2 Comments

The Zambia-based FinTech Zazu has completed its first funding round and is going one step further to build its digital-only bank for Africa’s future.

Across Africa, there are 350 Million people who do not use banks. Some are afraid to … Read More

ScholarX, unlocking education across Africa with crowdfunding

31 octobre 2017 |

ScholarX is a Nigeria-based FinTech that focuses on Education Financing to help young African students access quality education both at home and abroad.

ScholarX has built its value proposition around two pillars: Scholarships finding and Funding. Using the mobile app, students … Read More

African Fintech Mapping Week #3: Bankymoon, Direct Pay, Uprise and M-Fanisi

16 octobre 2017 |

Every week, Techfoliance highlights four promising Fintech start-ups across Africa in various verticals: lending, payment, investment, etc. In this weekly FinTech mapping we have Bankymoon, Direct Pay, Uprise and M-Fanisi.

Bankymoon

Bankymoon is a Johannesburg-based Blockchain and Crypto-Currency Software Consulting … Read More

Instant money transfers across West and Central Africa

11 octobre 2017 |

Wafacash is partnering once again with WorldRemit to offer its customers instant money transfers across West and Central Africa.

Wafacash is a Morocco-based company part of Attijariwafa bank’s group, one of Africa’s major banking institutions. It has developed a range … Read More

Financial inclusion for women in Ivory Coast with Orange money

2 octobre 2017 |

The mobile financial services market in Ivory Coast is the largest in the West African Economic and Monetary Union region, and yet women are still facing much more difficulties than men to access traditional payment solutions.

Key Figures

In … Read More

Ghana Fintech Mapping Week #1: Sika, Interpay, PaySail and Afb

14 septembre 2017 | | One Comment

Every week, Techfoliance highlights four promising Fintech start-ups across Africa in various verticals: lending, payment, investment, etc. In this weekly FinTech mapping we will do a focus on Ghana with Sika, Interpay, PaySail and Afb.

Sika

Sika is a … Read More

Fintech in Ghana: Key Figures

13 septembre 2017 |

Ghana’s fintech ecosystem is one of the most active in the sub-Saharan region, with one of the highest mobile adoption rate and more people having access to traditional financial services.

By the mid-1990s, it was estimated between 2 … Read More

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