Understanding the relationship between regulation and innovation is a major step towards surviving and sustaining the fintech ecosystem. In recognition of this, the Nigeria Fintech Week will put a spotlight on the role of regulations, the role of respective players and future possibilities. It has lined up a number of activities to stimulate the ecosystem at its 2019 conference.   

The Nigeria Fintech Week understands that Regulation is the backbone upon which innovations thrive and has created a “REGUVATORS” conversation that would stir this relationship in the right direction alongside a free Masterclass for Regulators.  

The journey of fintechs is about innovation, inclusion & inspiration. Everything done in the fintech industry must be geared towards improving the lives of individuals, building a dynamic economy that promotes a more inclusive society.

This inclusiveness involves adopting new technologies to facilitate the delivery of regulatory requirements and a need to automate the more mundane compliance tasks and reduce operational risks associated with meeting compliance and reporting obligations. 

Join key regulators at the main conference (29th and 30th October 2019)  such as the DG, Central Bank of Nigeria, Mrs Aishah Ahmad, DG, Securities & Exchange Commission, Ms Mary Uduk , Immediate Past Governor, Central Bank of Sierre Leone, Dr Patrick Conteh, CEO, Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation NDIC, Alhaji Umaru Ibrahim, CEO, Nigeria Financial Unit NFIU, Mr Modibbo R. HammanTukur and Governor of Bank of Lithuania as we discuss smart next steps in fostering the “REGUVATORS” collaboration.

For more information, participation and registrations, visit www.nigeriafintechweek.org

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