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Financial Inclusion: All Women are not the Same

Financial Inclusion: All Women are not the Same
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This publication recounts the dangers of monolithic servicing by Nigerian financial institutions (FIs)

Tolulope Babajide
Tolulope Babajide
Opinion
Africa: Standard bank is taking on Mobile money giants with Unayo

Africa: Standard bank is taking on Mobile money giants with Unayo
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Standard Bank’s Unayo platform set to disrupt mobile money status quo in Africa

Inclusion Times
Inclusion Times
News
eNaira: who owns the infrastructure, platform,  customer, and data?

eNaira: who owns the infrastructure, platform, customer, and data?
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Nigeria: Inside the CBN's digital currency (eNaira) initiative - Project Giant

Tochukwu Egesi
Tochukwu Egesi
Opinion
What it takes to launch a fintech in Nigeria

What it takes to launch a fintech in Nigeria
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Collect is one of the 8 fintechs selected for the GreenHouse Lab accelerator programme. Collect's CEO, speaks to Inclusion Times on their startup journey.

Tochukwu Egesi
Tochukwu Egesi
Financial inclusion
Is Africa Innovating for the Future?

Is Africa Innovating for the Future?
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74% of Africans say that Africa is innovating for the future

Nkem Nweke
Nkem Nweke
Opinion
Inside a Financial Exclusion Experiment

Inside a Financial Exclusion Experiment
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In the past decade, the term "financial inclusion" has become synonymous with economic development.

Tolulope Babajide
Tolulope Babajide
Opinion
Nigeria: Highlight of the updated mobile money guideline

Nigeria: Highlight of the updated mobile money guideline
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The Central Bank of Nigeria(CBN) has issued an updated regulatory framework and guideline for mobile money services.

Tochukwu Egesi
Tochukwu Egesi
Opinion
Central Bank Digital Currency in the Context of the Nigerian Economy

Central Bank Digital Currency in the Context of the Nigerian Economy
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The CBN plans to launch its digital currency at the end of the year. However, in the context of the Nigerian economy, what are its implications?

Wisdom Ordu
Wisdom Ordu
Opinion