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KPMG Digital Summit 2017

KPMG FinTech Summit 2016 – Part 1

Presentations by:
Ayo Othihiwa – Introduction
Boye Ademola – Digital by Value
Tunde Ladipo – Stellar Demo session
Panel Session – Differentiation through customer experience
Warren Mead – How FinTechs create value for financial institutions

KPMG FinTech Summit 2016
The Fintech Disruption: Understanding the Value Proposition

KPMG FinTech Summit 2016 – Part 6

FinTech demo sessions by:
Shola Akinlade – Paystack (Payments)
Amit Shur – SnapCredit (Lending)
Segun Adeyemi – Amplify (Payments)
Adebowale Oni – Ezmcom (CyberSecurity)
Oluwole Ogunlade – Voguepay (Payments)
Olajide Abiola – KiaKia (Lending)

Closing remarks by Joseph Tegbe

KPMG FinTech Summit 2016
The Fintech Disruption:
Understanding the Value Proposition

Digital payments continue to grow but cash is still king according to KPMG

Digital payments continue to grow but cash is still king according to KPMG

The KPMG Banking Industry Customer Satisfaction Survey (BICSS) was launched in 2007 to heighten the consciousness of service delivery among Nigerian banks. This year, we have again expanded the scope of the survey to 29 locations across the country covering over 28,000 customers across segments. Customer selection in the wholesale banking segment was driven by […]

Technological advances provide powerful tools in helping companies’ defences against fraud

Technological advances provide powerful tools in helping companies’ defences against fraud

Technological advances provide more powerful tools in strengthening companies’ defences against fraud, as well as a means for the fraudster to find areas of vulnerability to penetrate. As much as technology helps the company combatting fraud, the fraudster also capitalises on technology as a powerful tool in his arsenal. As such, technology, as we know […]

How can Nigerian banks start to improve internet banking penetration?

How can Nigerian banks start to improve internet banking penetration?

Nigerians love the internet. The country is estimated to have more than 148 million mobile telephone subscribers and at least 92 million of them access internet data services on their devices. And, with around one-third of Nigeria’s population now under 24 years old and a growing middle class population, all signs suggest that internet penetration […]