Our Work

Enhancing Financial Innovation & Access (EFInA) is a financial sector development organization that promotes financial inclusion in Nigeria. EFInA is funded by the UK Government's Department for International Development (DFID) and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. EFInA focuses on four key pillars – Research, Innovation, Advocacy and Capacity Building.

Latest News & Events
  • Dissemination of EFInA Access to Financial Services in Nigeria 2016 Survey 07 April 2017
    EFInA News

    On 30th March 2017, EFInA - Nigeria’s leading organisation promoting financial inclusion in the country has...

  • EFInA summarizes pertinent information on the Nigerian & Sub-Saharan Economy in its Quarterly Review October – December 2016 10 February 2017
    EFInA News

    EFInA summarizes pertinent information on the Nigerian & Sub-Saharan Economy in its Quarterly Review October – December 2016 You...

  • Mobile Money Working Group Meeting 27 September 2016
    EFInA Event

    EFInA held a Mobile Money Working Group meeting in September 2016 with stakeholders including regulators, mobile money...

  • EFInA Announces its Seventh Request for Proposals (RFP 7) for the Innovation Grant 09 September 2016
    EFInA News

    EFInA is pleased to announce its seventh Request for Proposals (RFP 7) for the Innovation Grant. RFP 7...

  • EFInA’s launch event for Request for Proposals (RFP 7) for Innovation Grant 23 August 2016
    EFInA Event

    EFInA is pleased to announce its seventh Request for Proposals (RFP 7) for the Innovation Grant. RFP 7...

  • Agent Banking in Nigeria: Super Agents Scoping Study 11 August 2016
    EFInA Event

    EFInA hosted its sixth breakfast series event in August 2016 to disseminate key findings of a study...

  • Agent Banking in Nigeria: Mobile Money Agent Survey 13 May 2016
    EFInA Event

    In May 2016, EFInA hosted its fifth breakfast series event to disseminate key findings of its ...

  • Mobile Money Working Group Meeting 14 April 2016
    EFInA Event

    EFInA held a Mobile Money Working Group meeting with stakeholders including regulators, mobile money operators (MMOs) ...