Why digital identity is crucial to open finance in Africa

22nd April, 2022

On Friday, April 22, join us for the fourth edition of the Digital Identity Matters series. This time, we’ll be talking about why digital identity is a pivotal infrastructure for open finance in Africa.

Amid the significant potential in achieving inclusion and access for previously unbanked populations, the digital revolution is faced with growing concerns over user trust, data privacy, and the ethical representation of vulnerable groups who remain disproportionately excluded.

These demands and concerns are paving the way for the transformation into open finance, and in this webinar, we’ll be discussing why digital identity is central to the open finance/open banking concept, and how we can build a robust and reliable open finance infrastructure for Africa

Speaking at the event are:
– Adedeji Olowe – Founder, Lendsqr and Co-founder, Open Banking Nigeria
– Ope Adeoye – Founder and CEO, OnePipe
– Esigie Aguele – Co-founder and CEO, VerifyMe
– Koromone Koroye – Acting Editor-In-Chief, TechCabal (moderator)

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