Can payment service banks help Nigeria achieve its financial inclusion target of 95% by 2024?
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When Fundall users talk about the product, they’re usually beaming from ear to ear. The company has taken time to listen to its customers on their needs and create products fitted explicitly to them.
OnePipe has raised $950,000 pre-seed funding from a roster of institutional and angel investors, including Techstars, Sherpa Africa, and Idris Bello.
At least one digital bank has been launched in Nigeria every year since 2017. I compare six digital banks launched in the past three years to find the best.
Carbon, Nigeria’s foremost digital financial services company, has launched Carbon for Business, a digital financial services platform that will serve small and medium-sized enterprises.
Fidelity Bank will be hosting SME Funding Connect in Lagos on August 7, and subsequently in Kano and Port Harcourt. The event will bring together business owners and private and public financial institutions.
Banks must partner with fintechs to help preserve their market share, Perhaps, they could forge ahead beyond partnerships and consider acquisitions.