Stears will be hosting its inaugural Summit themed ‘Banking on FinTech: The Future of Money, Markets and Marketplace’ on Tuesday, July 24th at Oriental Hotel, Lagos.

The Summit will bring together investors and investment professionals in the fintech ecosystem to discuss the digital revolution which has seen fintech firms account for $55 million (30 percent) of total capital invested in new African companies.

The Summit will include prominent speakers such as the CEO of 9mobile, Boye Olusanya; Neku Atawodi-Edun of the Meltwater Entrepreneurial School of Technology (MEST); and Bismarck Rewane of the Financial Derivatives Company (FDC).

In addition to panel discussions, the Summit will feature a company showcase with prominent fintech companies like FINT, Piggybank,ng, FarmCrowdy and Flutterwave presenting to the audience and showcasing their impact on the expanding financial services industry in Nigeria. To join the company showcase, apply here.

To register to attend the Summit, visit stearssummit.eventbrite.com

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