LEVERAGING Digital Innovations to Drive Financial Inclusion in NIGERIA
JUNE 6-7, 2023
With Nigeria housing the largest population in the MEA region of which 65% are under 35 years, it has got the best ingredients for the growth of fintech. About 250 fintech companies are already leveraging on the country’s 187 million mobile connections, where an internet penetration rate of 51% is further bolstering the industry.
As the leading fintech player in the continent, Nigeria garnered $1.37 billion out of the $4 billion funding raised in Africa, where the country’s fintech operators accounted for 63%. In the quest to advance the potential of the country’s payments system with the objective of making it seamless and accessible for all Nigerians, the Central Bank of Nigeria has even launched Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) called eNaira.
Paying heed to the situation and thereby providing a common platform for the burgeoning FSI & Tech community, Tradepass is hosting World Financial Innovation Series (WFIS) in Nigeria on 6 – 7 June 2023. The event will host over 500 technology and business heads from the leading Banks, Insurance & Micro-Finance institutions across the country
A QUICK INSIGHT ON NIGERIA'S FSI MARKET
Unbanked people in Nigeria
Fintech companies in Nigeria
Population with internet access
Mobile connections in Nigeria
Presenting the top inspiring names from the industry at the main stage to share crucial intelligence on the most pressing topics, which gets further enriched by a Q&A session.
It showcases thought leadership and cutting-edge knowledge for the growth of the entire business community. A perfect platform that projects the pulse of the industry.
Enabling the organisations to showcase their best to the many pre-qualified delegates at the event in real-time. The provision of using technology just adds on to the whole demonstration and helps in driving more leads from the top companies across the industry.
It’s specifically tailored for the organizations to get in the eyes of the region’s biggest stakeholders and uplift their overall brand image.
An exclusive session for more networking exposure, allowing attendees to break the ice with some spirit-lifting humour, while enabling them to unwind and rub shoulders against industry peers, thought leaders, and potential customers.
Allowing networking interactions to happen in a more relaxed and honest way, where receiving direct feedbacks is a given phenomenon.
Delivering Financial Inclusion through Innovations
CBDCs Foundation of a new monetary architecture
Securing the Cyberspace Tackling evolving cyberthreats
Banking on AI Role of Hyper-automated Banks
Cloud Banking Driving Agility with Fastened Service Delivery
Digital Payments Revolution Crossing the Borders Beyond Countries
Building on The Power of APIs and Open Banking
Digital CX Through Cutting-Edge Tech Solutions
Group Chief Customer Experience Officer
Chief Information & Digital Officer
GREENWICH MERCHANT BANK
Nova Merchant Bank
Chief Technology Officer
First Bank Nigeria
Chief Digital & Innovation Officer
Head, IT Governance and Strategy
Union Bank of Nigeria
Head, Data Analytics
WEMA BANK PLC
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