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Thu08Apr202111 AM - 5 PMSheraton Addis Ababa, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Merging the Finance sector with Technology
Fintech Addis is Ethiopia’s premier Digital banking and Financial Technology Expo that includes the innovative approach in Finance and Technology sector. The Fair is expected to attract top-notch innovators, new Digital banking systems, Cyber s , Technology infrastructures , Financial consultants, potential investors and many other FinTech stakeholders under one roof he to play a fundamental role for the development of the Financial Technology market in Ethiopia.
- Financial Technology
- Digital Banking
- Cyber Security
Presented by: SNG Events
Digital Transformation For Banks Has Been Proved More Urgent In Need During The Covid-19 Most Especially In Africa As There Are Many Regions Which Need Seamless Solutions To Be Banked. The Africa BankTech Summit Brings To You The Opportunity To Discuss, Select And Evaluate New Banking Technology Solutions All On A Single Platform. The Summit Will Be A Virtual Conference And Exhibitions. New Risks Are Associated With The Increase Of Digital Transformation. Covid-19 Forced Banks To Use Technology Tools With Their Clients, Best Technologies Were Required. The Upcoming Summit Aims To Discuss All Requirements In Financial Industry In Africa.
Thu22Jul2021Fri23Jul2021Kigali, Rwanda | Live & Online
DigiBank is the leading international event series dedicated to digital banking transformation.
As the world adjusts to the new normal brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, the opportunity to fast-track banking transformation has never been greater.
Featuring ideas and insights direct from the trenches, DigiBank is an unrivalled platform for digital banking leaders to debate new trends, meet fellow innovators and reimagine banking for the post-COVID, digital-first world.
Connect, learn, innovate - welcome to DigiBank!
Banking Transformation Africa brings together the brightest minds at Africa’s most innovative financial institutions, from big banks, to regional stars to discuss ways of building a world class digital banking experience. You’ll be inspired by actionable strategies that will help you meet changing consumer expectations and create meaningful relationships with your customers. Digital transformation doesn’t happen overnight. Innovation in digital banking starts here!
At Banking Transformation Africa, you’ll learn directly from innovators leading the way, and leave with tactical strategies to transform your banking operations. Meet and network with the brightest minds in finance. Walk away with actionable take-aways to remain competitive in this era of digital transformation and exceed the expectations of your customers.
Register here: https://bankingtransformationafrica.com
Wed15Sep2021Thu16Sep2021Indaba Hotel, Johannesburg
International BankTech Conference, offering the ideal platform for networking with leading industry players; senior managers, decision-makers and practitioners operating in contributing structures of transnational banking space, the BankTech Conference will address how banking technologies are ensuring profitability in operations, and how developments in artificial intelligence, regulation technology, cloud computing, cybersecurity and digital banking are affecting the transnational banking space.
Register here: http://www.tci-sa.co.za/banktech-conference-2021/
Join the virtual conference series throughout 2021 for industry defining discussions and the opportunity to forge new partnerships.
Here is what you can expect on your journey to MWC Africa
- The sole event in Africa with a strong commercial and policy proposition: the definitive place to get business done and meet the policymakers and regulators defining the future of mobile in Africa.
- Sole event bringing together all sub-regions of Africa (North, West, East, Central and South)
- International attendance from countries looking to do ICT and tech business in Africa.
- Editorially independent and balanced agenda, developed through market research with the region’s leading public and private ICT players.
- GSMA uniquely attracts a diverse range of stakeholders from vertical industries looking to meet the mobile and ICT public and private sectors to further digital partnerships e.g. in infrastructure, connectivity, financial services, healthcare, artificial intelligence and big data, educational technology, energy and utilities.
- Wide ranging themes which zoom in to specific hot topics and bring together a cross section of stakeholders
- An outcome-driven event where stakeholders set annual agendas and action plans.
- Platform for high-level discussions on socio-economic development through mobile technologies and the impact of the telecom and tech industries on the UN Sustainable Development Goals
Find out the agenda and speakers here
The EY-FintechNGR Census Report (2021) shows the promising growth of fintechs in payment, lending, investment as key enablers of financial inclusion numbers and active players in economic growth and job creation.
All odds also seem against fintechs especially the startups as the whole world rattles and battles with the aftermath of Covid-19 but alas, fintech has become more attractive to investors now than ever having raised $439m in 2020 (Census Report – 2021) and $219m in Q1 2021 (Techpoint) with the emergence of more unicorn in Nigeria.
Undoubtedly, the chronicle of fintech disruptions and attendant impacts has made it a force to reckon with but now faced with the hurdle of scaling its impacts and. The fifth edition of the Nigeria Fintech Week poises to spotlight the new technologies, effective collaboration, level of government, regulatory, infrastructural, investment supports needed for fintech scaling.
The weeklong hybrid event scheduled to hold between 25th and 29th October with the theme - The Sustainability and Ecosystem Building hopes to host a million attendees at multiple locations across the globe
Register here: https://nigeriafintechweek.org
Finnovex West Africa 2021, the region’s foremost fully-virtual summit of its type will take place and bring together all experts within the Financial Services ecosystem to offer premium business connections, power-packed panel discussions and insightful presentations, right within your homes or offices.
Register here: https://wa.finnovex.com/
Tue26Oct2021Wed27Oct202110:00-15:30 (+2 GMT)Virtual
After the success from the first two editions of the Africa Bank 4.0 Summit, BII World is delighted to present the regional editions under the flagship of Africa Bank 4.0 Summit.
With the emergence of Neo banks in the region, the gap between the banked and unbanked segment in the region is further narrowing through their efforts. Neo banks are challenging your mainstream banks with the exceptional customer support services and turnaround time in service delivery.
Gathering the crème-le-da-crème of North Africa’s Fintech sector to address solutions around transforming the region’s digital financial services roadmap, the 6th Africa Bank 4.0 Summit will focus on enhancing the coverage of access to finance across the region is fundamental. Many financial services providers have boosted their methods to enhance digital banking services to customers
This must attend virtual summit focuses on reshaped priorities for financial services providers and how can they capitalize on new technology to enhance customer engagement, bring more value-added services to their customers, through an array of opportunities in collaboration with partners who have easy access to your customer, and partners who can improve your technology to retain a volatile customer base.
Register here: https://africabanksummit.com/6th-africa-bank-4.0-Summit/
The payments, banking and financial services sectors are undergoing an unprecedented period of disruption and change. In an ever-evolving reality, collaboaration is the key to survival.
Seamless Africa brings together the entire financial ecosystem to discuss, debate and evaluate the future of the industry.
Join us as we reinvent the way we transact in a tech-savvy virtual world.
The 6th Africa Fintech Summit holds in Cairo, Egypt, on November 16th, 2021 and will include a special Ecosystem Tour for VIP participants on November 17th, 2021. This event brings together the innovators, financial executives, entrepreneurs, investors, global corporations, and policymakers driving the ongoing growth of fintech in Africa and shaping the future of digital commerce and technology on the continent.
This year's summit will include keynotes from Africa's top finance professionals, 70+ expert panelists spread across over 10 different panels and roundtables, and will feature Pegasus Tech Ventures' Startup World Cup regional final pitch competition.
Every session is designed to hand participants - whether entrepreneurs, investors or policymakers - the tools necessary to scaling technology-backed commerce and financial inclusion solutions on the continent. The sessions are built to give you real insights into what the future holds for Fintech in Africa.
The discussion topics include:
- The future of Neobanking
- Alternative Financing - Funding African Innovation
- Banks and Fintechs: collaboration or competition?
- Insurtech: A new focus on insuring the traditionally uninsurable
- African Fintechs expanding globally
- Building the next African tech unicorn
- Emergence of Central Bank Digital Currencies
- The Asian-African Fintech Ecosystem Connection and other interesting subjects.
Register here: https://bit.ly/afts2021
Supported by an advisory board of thought leaders and fintech pioneers, the AFTS is a unique space where ideas are explored, investments mobilized, and collaborations formed across sectors and geographies.
Twice a year, we bring the issues, entrepreneurs, and opportunities revolutionizing finance in Africa to the world’s stage. The AFTS takes place in Washington, D.C., every April during the spring meetings of the World Bank Group and every November in a different African city. We’re excited to announce that the 2021 AFTS host city is Cairo–an dynamic fintech ecosystem that’s driving innovation, attracting record-level investment capital, and building bridges between North and Sub-Saharan Africa.