The Africa Fintech Summit has become a platform where innovators, entrepreneurs, African regulators, investors, and other influential players convene to chart the course for Africa’s fintech landscape. The summit will include regulators from various African countries, African investors, fintech, ecosystem players, banks, industry consultants, as well as renowned media outlets from the continent.
The stage is set for the largest gathering of fintech stakeholders from around Africa and the globe as the Africa Fintech Summit prepares for its 10th edition. The summit, renowned for fostering meaningful conversations, partnerships and other ecosystem-enabling engagements, is scheduled to take place from November 2-3, 2023, at Ciela Resort and Spa in Lusaka, Zambia.
The Africa Fintech Summit has become a platform where innovators, entrepreneurs, regulators, investors, and other influential players convene to chart the course for Africa’s fintech landscape. With the fintech sector on the continent witnessing exponential growth and transformation, this year’s summit aims to accelerate the pace of innovation, foster partnerships, and address critical challenges faced by the industry.
AFTSLusaka2023 will feature representation from an array of esteemed organizations spanning the public and private sectors. From innovative fintech startupsinnovative fintech startups and disruptive tech companies to established financial institutions, regulatory bodies, and investment firms, the attendee list for this year’s event is as broad and diverse as ever. Some expected companies and organizations to attend AFTSLusaka2023 include, Government Regulators, NGOs, Investors (incl. Accelerators, incubators & venture labs), Banks & Telecommunications Companies, Non-Fintech Companies, and some FinTech companies such as Mastercard, Flutterwave, Pan-African Payments Settlement System (PAPSS), JUMO, Paystack, Yellow Card, Turaco, Multigate, PremierCredit, IDT, Corporation/Boss Money, Fonbnk, Pastel and Others.