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African Development Bank's Digital Finance Week: Presentations


Digital Finance Week was held from September 19th to 22nd, 2016 at the African Development Bank's CCIA Building, in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire. It included a mix of presentations, panel discussions and case studies covering policy and regulatory issues as well as the more practical aspects of Digital Financial Services.

African Development Bank and MFW4A hold Digital Finance Week


The first AfDB Digital Finance Week (DFW) took place from September 19-22, 2016 in the CCIA Building in Abidjan.

Fintech could bring $3.7 trillion boost to emerging economies


More than 1.6 billion people can be reached by these technologies.

Tanzania achieves full mobile money interoperability


This is the first country in the world to do so.

Ghana: Bank Advocates Data Sharing for Mobile Money Growth


Data sharing between Telcos and Banks is vital for mobile money growth

Nigeria: The first online-only bank in Africa starts operations


SunTrust Bank will distribute its products solely via internet and mobile phones.

Sierra Leone: Airtel Exapnds Mobile Money through “Bank on Wheels”


With over 40 percent mobile phone users, mobile money provides financial services to the unbanked populace.

Payment Revolution: Nigerian Banks Launch Digital Solutions


The innovations will ensure more positive shifts in financial services in Nigeria

Ghana: MTN and Financial Stakeholders Advocate Mobile Money


Financial transactions involving the movement of physical cash is declining in Ghana as 16.4 million mobile money accounts are registered.

Standard Chartered rolls out mobile banking services across 8 African countries


The rollout is taking place in Tanzania, Botswana, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

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