Ecobank Nigeria says its agency banking scheme, also known as Xpress Points, is building entrepreneurs and pushing financial inclusion to the large unbanked and under-banked population in Nigeria.
Taking into consideration the importance of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) to the economy, Heritage Bank Plc has continued to structure financial inclusivity initiatives in empowering over 2000 female entrepreneurs towards economic enablement and self-realization.
The Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC has restated its desire to pursue initiatives that would aid financial inclusion of Nigerians as this is capable of growing the nation’s economy. Acting Director General of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Ms. Mary Uduk stated this in her remarks at the 2018 PEARL Awards Night held in […]
…Welcome the impact Payment Banking Licenses will have on driving Financial Inclusion Nigeria’s largest GSM operators: Glo, 9Mobile, Airtel, MTN Nigeria, and Ntel, have inaugurated the Telecommunications Financial Inclusion Committee, and laid out the roadmap for deepening financial inclusion and financial literacy across Nigeria. This follows on from the meeting held on Tuesday the 4th of September, where […]
In line with the determination of the nation’s financial authorities to achieve 80 per cent rate in financial inclusion by 2020, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) yesterday, took its team of campaigners to Kwali Area Council of Abuja to enlighten rural duelers in the area on the meaning and essence of financial inclusiveness. The […]
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has said that it aims to achieve increased level of financial inclusion of Nigerians by the year 2020. Acting Director General of the SEC, Dr. Abdul Zubair stated this during a financial inclusion sensitization campaign held in Karshi, Abuja weekend. Represented by Director Market Development Department of the Commission, […]