AFN To Participate In African Islamic Fintech Summit on 29th and 30th, November 2019 In Senegal


Wednesday, November 13, 2019 / 07.00 AM /By SAIFI / Header Image Credit: Eventbrite

The Africa Fintech Network  is pleased to announce that it will take part in "The African Islamic FinTech Summit (SAIFI)" as a Community Partner.


The event is with the support of the President of Senegal and the Sengalese Ministry of Finance; and will be held at the Radisson Blu Plaza,  Dakar (Senegal) on the 29th &  30th of November.


SAIFI is a reverse linkage platform to empower African Startups looking for technical and financial supports to their innovative ideas that contributes to the digital transformation agenda.


The upcoming edition in Senegal (29 and 30 November 2019) is gaining the attention of leading African financial institutions, regulators and technology companies given the fact that the main theme - "African Financial Inclusion in the FinTech Era" complements the African Development Bank's (AfDB's) initiative.


The event will host the POC and the launching of innovative FinTech Solutions and will include Keynote Sessions and Regulatory discussions between Government Agencies, Financial Institutions and Startups.

In addition, a certified training session (24 - 28 November 2019) on "Compliance and Anti-Money Laundering (AML)" will be organised and facilitated by international experts from West African Financial institutions. The programme will be followed by a technical workshop on Compliance and AML at the event during which certificates will be given to participants. Those who participate in this training will be granted full access to the event. 


For those interested in exhibition, participation, or pitching at the event; contact, +2349019900010 or register on the website on putting a promotional code (AFN) so you will be automatically contacted by the organizer (IIFTI).


Other contacts for the event include or and WhatsApp contact +216 53 518 976.


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