Predictable characteristics of the unbanked and under-banked Nigerians

Nigeria’s unbanked and population remains quite high. A report, in March 2016, by Ericsson titled “Financial service

Financial Inclusion scorecard for Nigeria’s Tier – One Banks

Nigeria’s five Tier-One or big banks (First Bank, Gua

Scratch cards can help Nigerian Smallholder farms buy inputs

One way to ameliorate the plight of smallholder farmers and ensure that fertilizers and seeds get to them on their farms

Using Agent banking to grow financial inclusion

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is unrelenting in ens

OFIs to suck up fresh debutants into financial inclusion fold

Plans to widen the Bank Verification Number (BVN) registration project to clients of Other Financial Institutions (OFIs)

Nigeria falls further behind Kenya, Ghana on Mobile money transfers

Profiling Nigeria’s financially excluded

Harmonising National Identity

The need for a unified, identity database can no longer be ignored In our financial inclusion research, one of the marke

The journey to product-market fit for mobile money providers

What is the best regulatory model that would enable mobile money thrive in Nigeria?

Building Nigeria’s agent network requires significant funding, but where will it come from?

According to CGAP, building and managing a sustainable agent network is neither easy nor cheap. In fact, the largest exp

Agent Banking: Is there a missing sauce in the Nigerian strategy?

Is there sufficient political will to support the Nigerian model of financial inclusion?