Flutterwave is all about empowering prosperity and building customer experience on our services. We want to change the direction of the payment ecosystem and support economies in the African diaspora. We are not too concerned with being market leaders. We want to connect Africans to the global economy via our platforms
The Fintech Times Bi-Weekly News Roundup brings you the latest fintech news from around the world on Thursday 11 August 2022
Flutterwave, Africa’s leading payments technology company, has completed the recruitment process for its inaugural Graduate Trainee Program, hiring 200 trainees, growing its employee base by …
The fintech also said it has remained in constant contact with the central bank and is hopeful it will get the license.
QED Investors, a U.S. fintech-focused venture capital firm, has led a new investment in TeamApt, a Nigerian fintech that provides business payments and banking platforms. …
New financial technology developments in Côte d’Ivoire showcase how West African countries outside of Nigeria are driving FinTech growth and development.
Amidst fintech regulatory hurdles, Virtual Pay, a Kenya-based fintech, has secured a license to operate as a payment service provider in Kenya
The fintech firm is one of the few compay that has been granted a license by CBK to run operation is Kenya.
The bank says that the two firms never acquired the licenses to serve Kenyans, even as Flutterwave gets caught in a $52 million money laundering …
AFIK has said operating under the requisite licences would support increased adoption to boost the industry.