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Amplify is a payment solution that helps businesses accept and manage recurring payments electronically. Amplify has a proprietary technology that intelligently routes and retries transactions to increase the success rate of payments. Amplify serves consumer loan companies, savings and investment companies, insurance companies, pension administrators, internet and cable service providers, software as a service companies and other subscription type businesses.

NetGuardians is a leading FinTech recognized for its unique approach to fraud and risk assurance solutions. Their software leverages Big Data to correlate and analyze behaviors across the entire bank system – not just at the transaction level. With predefined controls, NetGuardians enables financial institutions to target specific anti-fraud or regulatory requirements. A controls update service ensures financial institutions benefit from ongoing protection in the face of the continually evolving risk challenges of a border-free world. Founded in 2007 in Switzerland, NetGuardians has seen a steadily growing client base in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. Headquartered in Switzerland, the company has offices in Kenya, Singapore, and Poland

VoguePay is a secure electronic payment platform that offers buyers and sellers a secure and easy-to-use means of transacting business online such that site owners to receive cross-currency payments payment for their goods and services on their website without any setup fee.

Paystack helps businesses accept payments from their customers. Paystack does all the heavy-lifting such that businesses just need to connect to Paystack and are immediately able to accept payments across all channels. The company’s ultimate goal is to solve the various problems surrounding online payments in Africa. Launched in 2016 by Shola Akinlade and Ezra Olubi, the company currently runs its operations from Silicon Valley, USA and Lagos, Nigeria.

EZMCOM is a security access provider for innovative and easy-to-use technology that can be deployed to protect users, data, and applications from credential theft, account takeover and breaches. EZMCOM is working with companies worldwide to change the way we authenticate and authorize – across mobile devices, servers, workstations within enterprise and cloud services. With over 50 million+ end users protected, EZMCOM’s multilayer multi-factor “Common Criteria” and “FIDO-compliant SDKs” identity protection solution profiles online identities, self learns, tunes itself, and converts existing username and passwords into very strong credentials.

KiaKia is a proprietary credit risk assessment system which utilizes big data, digital forensics, social profiling and social collateral to provide credit score to credible and credit-worthy individuals. The system is based on analysis of identities, interests, trends, cross-matching and referencing of online and submitted data of a borrower, to determine the creditworthiness, credibility and credit-responsibility of an individual.

SnapCredit Limited is an authorized, regulated direct moneylender based in Lagos. The company has been active in Nigeria since 2014 and is part of the Snap-Capital financing group, which focuses on providing innovative, technology driven financial services in emerging markets. Snap Credit provides employees with instant access to money with no paperwork required.

Casava MicroInsurance is an insurance underwriter licensed in Nigeria. It operates by pooling insurance premiums to groups of users who know each other. This reduces the elements of conflict in traditional insurance, claims fraud, adverse selection, insurance costs and leverages the social ecosystem. Casava’s vision is to become the leading insurance service provider and social enterprise in Africa in 5 years.

The Stellar network is an open-source, globally distributed financial platform that connects financial institutions, payment systems and people. Stellar enables seamless interoperability and exchange of value between diverse financial systems and currencies. Stellar can be used by banks, microfinance institutions, Governments at the State and Federal levels, startups and other corporate entities that require a convenient platform to connect and exchange value. The Stellar incorporates the regulatory rules of each country it operates in.

The Stellar network is built to integrate with licensed financial institutions that meet the regulatory stipulations of the Central Bank. It provides a safe, certified back-end financial infrastructure for financial institutions for transfer of value either locally or internationally. Financial Institutions can also leverage its transparent and low cost platform to develop innovative products for their customers.

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