Chief Executive Officer, Ecobank Group, Ade Ayeyemi, has said the Pan African bank will continue to support and collaborate with innovative Fintechs and start-ups in Africa.
The GCEO who was speaking on the launch of 2022 edition of bank’s Fintech Challenge last week said “Ecobank believes that the only way to transform financial services in Africa is for Pan-African banks like Ecobank to continually support and collaborate with innovative Fintechs and start-ups. We invite and welcome Africa’s best Fintechs to work with us through the 2022 Challenge.”
Also, Operations and Technology Executive, Ecobank Group, Dr. Tomisin Fashina, said, “The uniqueness of the Challenge is that it welcomes both early stage and mature start-up Fintechs alike and seeks to align them with different kinds of partnership opportunities within Ecobank that match their differing levels of maturity.”
Pan-African banking group, Ecobank Group, last week launched the cl edition of the Ecobank Fintech Challenge and encourages African Fintech entrepreneurs to enter the i. Fintechs that are aligned with the Bank’s strategic objectives stand a chance to win an overall cash prize of US$50,000 for the top winner and the opportunity to partner and scale their solutions across Ecobank’s 33 African markets.
Fintech companies and developers originating from any of Africa’s 54 countries, as well as global Africa-centered Fintechs, are eligible to enter the Fintech Challenge by visiting: https://Ecobankfintechchallenge.
Ecobank Fintech Challenge. Applications can be made until the 16 September 2022.
Ten finalists will be inducted into the Ecobank Fintech Fellowship after the finals and awards ceremony which will take place in October 2022.
In addition, all Fellows will qualify to explore the following opportunities with the Bank and its partners: multinational products roll out: an opportunity to pursue integration with Ecobank and potentially launch products in all or part of Ecobank’s pan-African 33-country ecosystem; service provider partnerships: Ecobank may select some Fintechs as pan-African service partners within the Bank’s ecosystem; access to Ecobank’s Pan-African Banking Sandbox: Fellows will be given access to Ecobank’s APIs to test and improve their products for the pan-African market., and priority access to Ecobank’s Venture Capital partners for funding exploration.
The Ecobank Fintech Challenge was designed in partnership with international advisory firm, Konfidants and is supported by partners across Africa and globally. So far 46 Fellows have been admitted into the Ecobank Fintech Fellowship programme since it was launched in 2017.
Source: Razor News