Recently launched Afriwise consult by two well-known lawyers on the African scene, Steven De Backer and Olivier Binyingo will offer consulting model with on-the-ground expertise
Afriwise consult is dedicated to helping organizations navigate through these increasingly complex legal, regulatory, tax and socio-economic environments in Sub Saharan Africa.
Kirusa’s acquisition of Saya Mobile will enhance its expertise and the reach of its InstaVoice mobile app across the African continent
As per the deal, Kirusa has acquired the technology, intellectual property, and workforce of Saya, which will now be working on Kirusa’s mobile applications.
The investment subsidiary of the Equity Bank Group announced its partnership with London-based investment bank Exotix Partners LLP specialising in illiquid bonds and loans, equities, structured finance and capital
The collaboration would drive Equity Investment Bank’s ambitious agenda to become a leading brokerage and investment-banking firm in Kenya and East Africa, serving local and international institutional investors alongside local retail investors.
hyperWALLET has launched low-cost payment services enabling companies to pay individuals via direct-to-bank money transfers and reloadable prepaid debit cards in Nigeria
Traditionally, making payments can be an expensive and challenging process for businesses and their payees due to certain restrictions in cross-border currency movements.
IDC and Wincor Nixdorf welcome branch managers to participate in an expert dialogue on branch transformation
The digital revolution is having a transformative effect on retail banks and particularly their branch operations.
Bank of Africa, a leading commercial bank in Ghana, has launched a cash transfer service ‘Wari’ which enables customers to receive and send cash locally and internationally
The new service Wari is currently available at all 19 branches of Bank of Africa in Ghana and is expected to be rolled at other banks in the country including First Atlantic Bank, Express Funds Transfer as well as rural banks and savings and loans facilities.
The opportunity that African markets represent for investors seeking growth in emerging markets was the focus of the recent US African Leaders Summit held in Washington DC last week
Standard Bank, and the Johannesburg Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) are hosting a series of Doing Business in Africa forums with specific focus on key countries in the Standard Bank footprint.