EFInA hosted its sixth breakfast series event in August 2016 to disseminate key findings of a study titled â€śEFInA Super Agents Scoping Studyâ€ť. This study explores the evolution of agent banking in Nigeria and provides insight on how Super Agents can further drive agent deployment and increased usage of agent banking services. The event provided participants with credible information on recent developments in the agent banking space in Nigeria.
In May 2016, EFInA hosted its fifth breakfast series event to disseminate key findings of its research study titled â€śEFInA Mobile Money Agent Surveyâ€ś as well as encourage debate and stimulate ideas on how to drive widespread agent deployment and increased usage of mobile money services. The event provided an opportunity for stakeholders to better understand how to promote agent banking in Nigeria.
EFInA hosted its fourth breakfast series event to disseminate key findings of its research study titled "Agent banking in Nigeria: factors that would motivate merchants to engage," as well as engender debate and stimulate ideas on how to promote ubiquitous agent networks in Nigeria. The event provided an opportunity for stakeholders to better understand how to encourage merchants to provide agent banking services.
EFInA hosted its third breakfast series in Abuja, to discuss and evaluate the key findings of its study titled â€śPromoting Access to Credit for MSMEs through Effective Government Initiativesâ€ťÂ
EFInA Access to Financial Services in Nigeria 2010 survey shows the main barriers for not having bank accounts include steady income, unemployment and distance to bank branches. EFInA hosted its second breakfast series to evaluate the ways agent banking can further the financial inclusion agenda, and to identify key success factors required to develop and sustain a viable agent banking network in Nigeria.