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Shaping the Future of Finance in Africa: Discover the Latest Trends at Digital Finance Africa 2023!

Africa's financial landscape is evolving rapidly, driven by technological advancements and a growing appetite for digital finance solutions. As the continent embraces the digital revolution, industry leaders, innovators, and experts are coming together at Digital Finance Africa 2023 to...

Africa’s Financial Industry Gears up for Digital Finance Africa 2022

Digital Finance Africa 2022, the definitive annual event on technology leadership in the financial services industry returns on the 22nd of September 2022 as a brand-new hybrid concept. The 2nd annual Digital Finance Africa is set to take place on...

The Top Digital Banking Mega-Trends to Keep in Mind for 2023

Super apps, banking-as-a-service, behavioural banking and cyber security. These are just a few of the trends that promise to make the future of banking fast, frictionless, and personalised. The increasing prevalence of smartphones means that billions now have an entire...

6 Ways CFOs Can Stay Ahead of Hackers

Global losses from payment fraud have tripled from $9.84 billion in 2011 to $32.39 billion in 2020, according to Deutsche Bank’s 2021 report on the future of payments. And financial professionals are saying COVID-19 hasn’t helped matters, with 65%...

5 Pivotal Topics to be Discussed at the DFA 2021 – Register Now!

On 31 August, the Digital Finance Africa 2021 virtual summit begins. Over 20+ visionary speakers and over 300 finance and technology leaders will enter the summit’s virtual exhibition hall to discuss how accelerating digital transformation in the financial services industry...

The youth prefers to bank smart with digital channels

Statista.com, the global statistical data portal estimates that the number of smartphone users in South Africa will reach 22 million in 2019. This is in line with FNB’s data which indicates an increase in banking via digital channels by...

Rwanda and Alibaba Group merge to promote Rwanda’s economic development

Rwandan President Paul Kagame and Alibaba Group Executive Chairman Jack Ma witnessed the signing of three Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) between the Rwandan Government and Alibaba establishing an eWTP (electronic world trade platform) hub in Rwanda. The agreements are intended to strengthen cooperation in support...

Fintech startup secures $13M Series A to expand credit platform for emerging markets

Mines, a fintech startup re-inventing credit in emerging markets, has closed a Series A round of $13M led by The Rise Fund, a global fund managed by TPG Growth. Also participating are Velocity Capital, Western Technology Investments, First Ally...

Global fintech investors team up to promote responsible digital finance

Innovations in digital technology have created new and exciting opportunities to reach unbanked and underbanked low-income customers in emerging markets as well as developed countries. Traditionally, these customer segments have been considered too risky and too poor to be...

ex-Barclays Africa exec joins JUMO

JUMO, a digital financial services company, has announced the appointment of ex-Barclays Africa Managing Principle, Warren Squires as the new Director of the MTN channel. This is a part of JUMO's drastic expansion. Squires will lead JUMO's strategic partnership with...
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Huawei’s IP Service Partner of the Year: Africa Connect 2024

In2IT Technologies, a prominent global IT services and consulting firm focused on providing IT Consultancy, Application Development and Maintenance,...
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