Future Banking Tech West Africa 2019: Merging Financial Inclusion and Innovative Banking To Boost West Africa’s Banking Sector Growth
Date: 23 – 24 April, 2019.
Venue: Lagos Continental Hotel, Plot 52, Kofo Abayomi Street, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria
With mandates to achieve financial inclusion across West Africa by 2020, the future of digitizing banking services is front and centre. The regions Central Banks are adopting policies to meet the requirements of the next generation banking customer by examining the challenges and successes of countries that have improved financial inclusion. In turn, the sector must efficiently incorporate disruptive mobile money platforms, automated banking systems, tailored credit facilities and crypto-currencies for this dynamic market. In light of this, the Future Banking Technology Summit will address the full value chain of the region’s banking and financial sector to best achieve financial inclusion and sustainable banking sector growth.
Optimizing disruptive technologies will be the key driver behind Africa’s banking sector
Financial organizations, including banks and mobile money operators, are pursuing advanced digital platforms to enhance customer usability and push financial literacy. These platforms must leverage off solutions provided by AI, crypto/ blockchain and innovative channels.
In this light, we are honored to present the Future Banking Technology West Africa Summit in Lagos 23-24 April which features an innovation spotlight session to showcase the next generation of financial technology providers and digital banking solutions to banking and MNO stakeholders.
We would be honored for you to demonstrate your solutions to our panel of region experts, in the events innovation spotlight.
- Stephen Ambore, Head, Digital Financial Services, Central Bank Nigeria.
- Benedict Anyalenkeya, Chief Information Officer, Accion Microfinance Bank, Nigeria
- Paul Ewhe, Group Head Operations, First Bank National Bank Ghana
- Vincent Musah, Director, Cash Sales, Standard Chartered Bank, Ghana
- Chuma Ezirim, Head, eBusiness, First Bank of Nigeria
If you believe your organization has the undiscovered solution to aid banks in advancing digital banking services and increasing financial inclusion, please register now to receive additional details of the innovation spotlight session and the Future Banking Technology Summit!
Conference Director – Future Banking Tech West Africa