EFInA held a Mobile Money Working Group meeting in September 2016 with stakeholders including regulators, mobile money operators (MMOs) and mobile network operators (MNOs). The meeting was organised to provide insights on potential opportunities within the informally served adult group as well as discuss challenges of interoperability among mobile money operators. The key activity of the meeting was;
EFInA held a Mobile Money Working Group meeting with stakeholders including regulators, mobile money operators (MMOs) and mobile network operators (MNOs). The meeting was organised as an open platform to share and discuss opportunities and challenges of mobile money operations.Â The following were the key activities in the meeting:
EFInA hosted a workshop in Lagos to share findings from new research conducted on mobile money and other digital financial services.Â As Nigeria goes cash-less, the landscape for digital financial services, including mobile money, card payments, and electronic funds transfers, is changing rapidly.Â EFInA hosted the workshop to help the financial services industry better understand consumersâ€™ needs, in order to drive uptake and usage of digital financial services. Â The workshop was attended by a broad range of stakeholders, including mobile money operators, deposit money banks, microfinance banks, payment service providers, insurance companies, and regulators.
Enhancing Financial Innovation & Access (EFInA) in conjunction with The Lagos State Ministry of Agriculture & Cooperatives, and Skills Enhancement Centre (SENCE) hosted a two-day agribusiness exhibition on the 29th and 30th of March 2012, titled â€śAgriculture the New Frontier: Access to Information on Nigeriaâ€™s Agricultural Sectorâ€ť in Lagos.
Enhancing Financial Innovation & Access (EFInA) regularly host innovation fora and workshops to trigger debateÂ and stimulateÂ discussions on pertinent issues in the financial sector. Financial journalists are instrumental to the process of disseminating information and educating the populace onÂ how to improve access to financial services and enhance financial inclusionÂ in Nigeria.