Enhancing Financial Innovation & Access (EFInA) hosted their Innovation Forum titled "Deepening Financial Inclusion through Agent Banking".The event was attended by Deposit Money Banks, Microfinance Banks, Mobile Money Operators, Mobile Network Operators Industry Regulators, Agent Network Organisations, among others.
Enhancing Financial Innovation & Access (EFInA) made public the results from its Access to Financial Services in Nigeria) 2012 survey at its Innovation Forum titled, "From Data to Action: Making Financial Inclusion Real in Nigeria", which was held on Thursday November 22, 2012 in Lagos. Specifically, the EFInA Access to Financial Services in Nigeria 2012 survey among other things, aims to measure trends in access and usage of financial services in Nigeria from 2008 to 2012, and to establish credible benchmarks and indicators of financial penetration in Nigeria. EFInA is the leading financial sector development organisation promoting financial inclusion in Nigeria.
Enhancing Financial Innovation & Access (EFInA) hosted their Innovation Forum titled, â€śAgent Networks: Opportunities for Mobile Money in the Distribution Value Chain.â€ť The event was attended by licensed Mobile Money Operators (MMOs), Mobile Network Operators (MNOs), industry regulators, corporate organisations with large distribution networks, payments infrastructure service providers and trade associations, among others.
EFInA hosted an Innovation Forum to highlight opportunities for using co-operatives as a channel for enhancing financial inclusion in Nigeria.
EFInA hosted its quarterly Innovation Forum to evaluate and discuss the challenges of building and operating mobile money services in Nigeria. The Forum was attended by a cross-section of licensed mobile money scheme operators and industry stakeholders, that were seeking to gain valuable insights on how to overcome the challenges they are facing in launching mobile money services. The key issues identified by participants include: consumer awareness/education, agent network management, interoperability between scheme operators, connectivity to the telecom companies, network reliability, and shortage of industry experts.