Unified. Collaborative. Enabling best practice across Africa.
The Africa Fintech Network brings our continent’s fintech
leaders, organisations and stakeholders together:
To exchange ideas and information
To promote and support the creation
of innovative technologies and their
deployment across Africa and beyond
To pursue excellence in all our
collective endeavours and leave
no member behind
Africa Fintech Festival
Our annual Africa Fintech Festival enables a best-in-class
convergence of ideas, innovations and debate across
key issues including consumer protection, reg-tech,
disruption of savings, credit, insurance and pension
value chains, borderless operations, non-traditional
partnerships and game-changing business models.
Africa Fintech Network (AFN) is a platform that unites Africa fintech leaders, organizations and stakeholders through their country associations to exchange information and ideas, promote and support creation of innovative technologies and deployment across and beyond Africa. The network also serve as a platform for advocacy and coordinated regulatory interactions.
We aim to connect Africa and the global community: to enable open dialogue, build rewarding synergies, and create new and exciting opportunities in fintech.
We strive to be the leading voice for fintech and related technologies in and for Africa, to promote technological innovation and support its deployment across and beyond our continent.
We seek to catalyse the growth of Africa’s Digital Economy and consequently the continent’s socio-economic growth.
To unify and channel Africa’s fintech initiatives into producing timely, tested, affordable and indigenous solutions to the continent’s real-world challenges
To nurture and facilitate multi-national/cross-border fintech policies and regulatory frameworks
To enable seamless, cross-Africa market access for fintechs and innovative tech-enabled products
To engender coordinated collaboration with the rest of the world
To explore innovative technology transfer and export beyond Africa to the developed world and other emerging markets
To support (and capitalise on) the achievements of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement and Agenda 2063 of the AU