Ivorian FinTech Djamo nets $14m
Ivorian FinTech startup Djamo has scored $14m in a funding round headed by Enza Capital, Partech Africa and Oikocredit.
Embedded Finance and How It Continues to Play a Major Role in the #FinTech World
Tradier CEO Dan Raju joins Jill Malandrino on Nasdaq #TradeTalks to discuss embedded finance and how it continues to play a major role in the #FinTech world.
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Reaching the Last Mile – Solutions from the AFI FinTech Showcase 2019 / Global Policy Forum Rwanda
Applications open for 2020 AFI Inclusive FinTech Showcase!
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Take a look at the 1st ever AFI FinTech Showcase which has broth together FinTech solutions from around the globe, featuring the finalists of AFI’s FinTech Showcase Challenge.
2019 edition has focus is specifically on financial inclusion for women and youth.
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2019 AFI FinTech Showcase is partly funded with UK aid from the UK government and supported by other AFI funding partners.
Winner of the FinTech Showcase 2019 was OKO, read more about there experience with Fintech Showcase in our interview with OKO Co-founder and CEO Simon Schwall. http://bit.ly/2veAUHj
Below find a list of the remaining FinTech finalists:
Founded in 2001, IrisGuard is a UK-based electronic payment solutions company that uses end-to-end iris recognition technology to provide financial services to some of the world’s most vulnerable populations. IrisGuard technology has been used to enroll over 2.3 million Syrian refugees, allowing them to make cardless cash withdrawals at selected ATMs, blockchain transfers, remittances and food voucher replacements in supermarkets.
JUMO uses data science and machine learning to create to financial tools that help unbanked and underbanked entrepreneurs — particularly women –, access loans and savings products through cellphones. It builds and operates several services for millions of customers in Ghana, Tanzania, Kenya, Zambia, Uganda and Pakistan, including savings products that bear interest and short-term, structured credit products. It also provides credit that can be configured to fit the needs of individuals, as well as insurance products to safeguard incomes, families, assets and businesses.
KlickEx provides a network of non-bank clearing infrastructure in the Pacific Islands. First launched in 2009, the payments infrastructure company maintains remittance flows in a severely de-risked ecosystem and provides, builds and operates a variety of clearing systems, mobile money operations, national payment infrastructure, know your customer and anti-money laundering and counter financing of terrorism platforms, bio-metric identity systems and production blockchain systems.
People’s Pension Trust
People’s Pension Trust provides pension products to people working in the formal and informal sector with the aim of reducing old-age poverty in Ghana and Rwanda. Its products allow clients to save daily, weekly or monthly through mobile payments, using direct debit or community-based groups and associations. A subsidiary of the Netherlands-based People’s Pension Holding, its goal is to provide affordable pension products to four million people in the informal sector by 2027.
pinBox, short for “pension-in-a-box”, is a Singapore-based technology firm that supports digital micro-pension inclusion across Asia, Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean. It helps countries, financial inclusion stakeholders and large pension funds to design, build and deploy inclusive micro-pension programs that enable young, low-income people working in the informal sector to save for their old age.
Sinitic uses artificial intelligence (AI) to run multilingual contact centers that bridge cultural and linguistic gaps, enabling higher deflection rates and increased customer value. Launched in 2017 at National Taiwan University, its mission is to deliver the cutting-edge multilingual AI to global enterprise, including through a chatbot that is accessible to people living in rural areas with access to SMS-feature phones and popular messaging apps.
Smart Solutions works with customers in Nepal and Zambia using data flow, online safety and security, data management and data protection to develop customized digital and automated processes that improve efficiency among its clients. It has worked with central banks to automate their reporting processes and provide analytics for policymaking.
Côte d’Ivoire : les pro-Gbagbo fête sa “renaissance”
Côte d’Ivoire : les pro-Gbagbo fête sa “renaissance” dans l’effervescence de Yopougon. Objectif pour le PPA-CI : convaincre les jeunes qu’à 77 ans, l’ex président serait “l’homme du renouveau”…