AFTSLusaka2023 to Expect Over 200 Organizations in Zambia.


As the Africa Fintech Summit gears up for its tenth anniversary, the scene is set for the largest confluence of fintech stakeholders from across Africa and the world. The summit, known for encouraging deep dialogue, alliances, and other ecosystem-enabling interactions, is slated to occur from November 2 to 3, 2023, at the Ciela Resort and Spa in Lusaka, Zambia.


The Africa Fintech Summit has developed into a venue where pioneers, businesspeople, policymakers, financiers, and other significant figures come together to set the direction of the continent’s fintech industry. The fintech business on the continent is experiencing exponential growth and change, therefore this year’s summit intends to quicken the pace of innovation, establish partnerships, and address the industry’s most pressing problems.


The public and commercial sectors’ most prestigious organizations will be represented at AFTSLusaka2023. The list of attendees for this year’s event is as vast and diversified as ever, including traditional financial institutions, regulatory authorities, and investment businesses in addition to cutting-edge fintech startups and disruptive digital enterprises. The following businesses and organizations have signed up for AFTSLusaka2023, speaking slots, or both.


Regulators, government, and NGOs that will present at the summit include; the office of the President of the Republic of Zambia, the Minister of Technology and Science (Zambia), Capital Markets Authority (Kenya), Prosper Africa, Africa Trade Initiative, U.S. Department of State, USAID, World Bank, UNCDF, Financial Sector Deepening (FSD) Africa, Dutch Entrepreneurial Development Bank, Norfund, and others.


Fintech companies like; Mastercard, Flutterwave, Pan-African Payments Settlement System (PAPSS), JUMO, Paystack, Yellow Card, Turaco, Multigate, PremierCredit, IDT Corporation/Boss Money, Fonbnk, Pastel, Power Financial, PrimeNet, OurPass, Minka, Chipper Cash, Tilt, PayGo Zambia, Klasha, ZeePay, dLocal, EBANX, Peach Payments, and others will be attending the summit.


Also, other companies from the banking and telecommunications sector (Ecobank, First City Monument Bank, MTN, and others), non-fintech (Amazon Web Services, Thales Group), ecosystem associations and players (Payments Association of Zambia, Bankers Association of Zambia, Kenya Bankers Association, and others), and industry research and consultants will be gathered. 


Choose your Reaction!
Leave a Comment