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AZA Finance’s Commitment to Customer Data Security and Innovative Infrastructure

Nana Yaw Owusu-Banahene, Head of Africa Partnerships at AZA Finance, in a recent interview with the Business and Financial Times, reiterated AZA Finance’s unwavering commitment to safeguarding customer information during the just concluded Fintech Fuel Accra event. By being the first Fintech in Africa to obtain the ISO 27001:2022 certification, the latest version of the […]

AZA Finance Roundtable – Unlocking Cost Efficiency

With the rapid growth of businesses across the African continent, finding innovative solutions to reduce payment costs, increase profitability, and drive economic development is crucial. The AZA Finance Roundtable, themed: Unlocking Cost Efficiency: Strategies for Reducing Payment Costs for Businesses in Africa, provided a strategic platform for key stakeholders to discuss the pressing issue of […]

Adopt ‘last mile’ payment platforms for cost efficiency

Overview  At our recent roundtable and cocktail event, centered around the theme “Unlocking Cost Efficiency: Strategies for Reducing Payment Costs for Businesses in Africa,” Nana Yaw Owusu Banahene, our country manager, emphasized the importance of reducing payment costs and streamlining the supply of goods to drive growth opportunities and enhance financial performance for businesses. During […]

Cross-border payments will promote trade investments

Overview “Technology will be the backbone of financial inclusion, and banks and fintechs will continue to work together to provide these services,” Nana Yaw Owusu Banahene The future of Africa’s financial system will be driven by cross-border payments, according to Nana Yaw Owusu Banahene, Country Manager of AZA Finance. He emphasized the importance of seamless […]

Take Advantage of AfCFTA to Design Cross-Border Payment Platforms – Nana Owusu-Banahene

Overview Nana Yaw Owusu-Banahene, the Country Manager for AZA Finance, highlighted the potential for fintech companies to capitalize on implementing the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) by designing cross-border payment platforms. Speaking at the third edition of The Money Summit in Accra, Nana Yaw Owusu-Banahene emphasized the numerous opportunities for fintech companies to provide […]

Leverage Fintech To Stay Relevant

Overview Speaking on the topic ‘From competition to collaboration – how fintech is shaping the future of finance’ at the 2023 Money Summit organised by Business and Financial Times (B&FT) and held in Accra, Nana Yaw Owusu Banahene, Country Manager for AZA Finance indicated that Ghana’s fintech landscape is replete with innovations in the sphere […]

Enhanced cross-border payments next stage of African fintech evolution – AZA Finance

Overview Nana Yaw Owusu Banahene, AZA Finance Country Manager, has highlighted cross-border payments and other underutilised financial services as the next big step for fintech in Africa. While there are already initiatives such as the Pan-African Payment and Settlement System (PAPSS), Banahene notes that fintechs should focus on enabling cross-border payments for retail trade, which […]

AZA Finance Continues Its Partnership With The Money Summit in 2023

AZA Finance – Africa’s leading fintech, specializing in cross-border international payments treasury, and FX – is reprising its sponsorship of industry-leading The Money Summit (TMS) 2023, organised by the Business and Financial Times (B&FT). TMS is a strategic platform that brings together financial analysts, economists, and experts in financial markets to discuss the challenges and […]

Finovate Europe 2023: Take Over

Overview Catch up on the live coverage session of Breaking Banks Europe at Finovate Europe – Take Over, hosted by Francesca Aliverti, to gain valuable insights from Elizabeth Rossiello, CEO of AZA Finance.  Elizabeth discussed the distinctions in African markets, the evolution of the banking sector, and how AZA Finance is innovating and accelerating economic […]

AZA Finance Is Proud To Be SOC II (Type 1 and 2) Certified!

What is SOC II – Type 1 & 2, and what does this mean for cross-border payment providers? SOC II (Service Organization Control II) is a set of minimum compliance standards established by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) for service organisations to try and ensure the security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and […]

Cashlite Agenda To Gain Momentum, e-Cedi Crucial – AZA Finance

Overview Speaking with the Business & Financial Times (B&FT) Ghana, our Head of Partnerships and API Sales here at AZA Finance, Luis Cambronero Pérez, predicts a big year for the local cashlite agenda – with tools such as the e-Cedi expected to play a key role as more people continue to see the benefits of […]

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