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Theme – Surviving with Fintech Innovation, What are the Sustaining Factors?

 

One of the major derivatives of the 2008 global economic meltdown is the emergence of an innovation sector called Financial Technology, Fintech. Fintech has since then become a major force to reckon with in the financial sector vis-à-vis financial services delivery globally. The prominence Fintech has gained in the Africa continent especially in Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa accounts for the reason why the sector has attracted the lion share of all investments in startups across the continent, according to 2018 venture investment report by WeeTracker, Fintech startups received the most investment totaling 40% of a record $725.6 million across 458 deals. It has also become a major driver of financial inclusion, a key component of digitalized Africa agenda of the AU, UN and other global bodies.

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Testimonials

I am very delighted to deliver the special keynote address at the Conference as it assembled some of the most brilliant fintech leaders, entrepreneurs, investors across Africa & globally. The strategic collaborative partnership the conference forges with Development Agencies such as UK-DFiD, IMF, AfDB and UNECA is evidence of its seriousness and intents. We are delighted at the strategic partnership it also fosters with the governments. We pledge to support the ensued initiatives and outcomes of the event.

Prof. Yemi Osinbanjo Vice President Of the Federal Republic Of Nigeria

Testimonials

We are really delighted and energized at the new UK-Africa Fintech partnership that held its inaugural meeting during the Conference co-chaired by the UK Prime Minister’s Fintech Envoy, Alastair Luckies and the President, Fintech Association of Nigeria, Dr Segun Aina.We want to use the partnership to accelerate the building of linkages between Fintech industries in Africa and the UK, identify joint ventures, investments, business opportunities and partnerships

Laurel Beaufils British Deputy High Commissioner