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Cyril Okoroigwe CEO, RegTech, Africa The RegTech Africa & Agpaytech report covers the current state of digital innovations and regulatory activities during the first half of 2023. Nigeria’s Fintech sector is on course to rise 60 per...

In a game changing proposition for global investors, Bryan Turner, Partner at Spear Capital, argues that it is time for the sector to overcome critical challenges including vintage bias and the limited investment vehicles.   In some...

Mukuru, Africa’s leading next-generation fintech provider, has introduced its pioneering Naira bank top-up feature for customers in Nigeria. With this feature, Mukuru has become the first remittance company in Africa to re-introduce Naira...

Egypt, Morocco, Ghana, and South Africa Rank among the top emerging markets for foreign investment according to Kearney Investment Index 2023: By Victor Oluwale, Market Analyst Kearney’s ‘2023 Foreign Direct Investment Confidence...

Bad country, good exit? The need for nuance in compromised economies. By Martin Soderberg, Partner, Spear Capital Anyone who follows sports knows that, occasionally, you get a world-class player in a mediocre (or even poor) team. Gareth Bale...

Andy Jury, Group CEO Mkuru The discussion should now shift from fintech and financial inclusion to the “how”. How are fintechs driving real, measurable financial inclusion and helping people to help themselves according to Andy Jury, Group...

  Sim Tshabalala Group CEO Standard Bank, addresses the impact of Covid19 on banking services and technology across Africa. Interviewed by John Everington Q: Standard Bank recently hosted its 10th annual Africa Investors’ Conference....

The talk of distressed asset investing in Africa is growing. But the purchase of such assets, and related debt, is not exactly booming, with some activist and hedge fund investors frustrated and other parties partially satisfied. By Kurt Davis...