Britam partners Cellulant to offer mobile-based investment solutions

Britam signs a partnership with Cellulant to create a digital platform where Kenyans can access savings solutions and investment opportunities.

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Britam, a leading diversified financial services group publicly listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange, has signed a partnership with Cellulant to offer mobile-based investments solutions.

The partnership's goal is to provide users in Kenya with a perfect digital platform where they can access savings solutions and investment opportunities.

"We are delighted to partner with Cellulant to offer customers an enhanced customer experience and enabling them to use their mobile phones to save towards their investment goals." Kimani Evah Britam’s Director, Partnerships and Digital

Through this partnership, Britam and Cellulant aim to create a digital solution for investments that will provide customers in Kenya with a platform that helps them flexibly save.

“We are delighted to partner with Britam and provide a digital payments platform where customers can access meaningful investment solutions at the palm of their hands." Faith Gitonga, Cellulant’s Country Manager, Kenya.

Britam's digital goal-based investment wallets (Imarika Wallets) will be available on Tingg, Cellulant's digital payments platform. Customers will be able to view and pay for various investment solutions offered by Britam.

They will have an option to pay using their mobile money wallet, debit or credit card or direct bank transfers. Customers can make regular contributions from as low as Kes 200 daily, weekly, or monthly.

Britam has a presence in seven Africa countries in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, South Sudan, Mozambique and Malawi.

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