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FinTech: ‘SEC to regulate tech application in capital market’

FinTech: ‘SEC to regulate tech application in capital market’

In its desire to transition towards a technology driven capital market as well as protect investors, the Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, has said that the Commission would soon come out with regulations that would guide such products in the capital market. SEC’s Acting Director-General Ms. Mary Uduk made this known during the presentation ofRead More
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Fintech firm to give N4bn loans to customers

Fintech firm to give N4bn loans to customers

Feyisayo Popoola A Nigerian financial technology firm, Branch International, says it plans to disburse N4bn worth of loans to its customers before the end of the year. The Chief Executive Officer, Branch International, Matthew Flannery, said during a stakeholders’ meeting on Thursday that despite the proliferation of Fintech firms in Nigeria, the company had distinguished […] …

US-Nigeria Investment Summit: SystemSpecs to showcase Nigerian ingenuity in Fintech

SystemSpecs, owners of Remita, the software infrastructure which facilitates payment into Nigeria’s Treasury Single Account (TSA), will fly the Nigerian flag alongside representatives of our the Federal Government and a host of other Nigerian business delegates at the 2018 edition of US-Nigeria Investment Summit.
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Access Bank, PaySend drive African FinTech penetration

Access Bank, PaySend drive African FinTech penetration

Stanly Opara Card-to-card payments disrupter and financial technology firm, PaySend, says it will continue to bring a new generation of money transfers to the African market through its new partnership with Access Bank Nigeria Plc. PaySend’s rapidly expanding business now operates in more than 60 countries and it is looking to boost its presence across […] …

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