Panelists at the Fintech 2.0 event

Breakthroughs in payments processing opened up a range of possibilities for commerce in Nigeria. Several digital products and solutions that have cropped up in the country today piggybacked on these fintech breakthroughs.

In the fintech space, we now see digital solutions for personal lending, savings, investments, insurance and a number of other such products. The evolution continues, as new solutions continue to emerge.

At the TechCabal Townhall: Fintech 2.0, a panel of fintech entrepreneurs and investors moderated by Dr. Yinka David-West of the Lagos Business School, shared a lot of insights around the history of fintech, regulatory issues, product thinking, last mile considerations, and the future of fintech.

The panelists are Adia Sowho, MD (Nigeria) at Mines.io; Titi Adeoye-Odunfa, CEO/Founder at Sankore Investments; Tomi Amao, CIO at Softcom; angel investor Yvonne Johnson; and Gbenga ‘GB’ Agboola, CEO/Co-Founder at Flutterwave.

Here’s the panel session in video, enjoy!

 

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