Zeepay signs up with WeWork co-working space to host its European Campus in London

Andrew Takyi-Appiah

Zeepay, the fastest-growing Mobile Financial Services Company in Africa, has signed up with We Work to host its European Campus. The leading African Fintech giant signed up with WeWork London to house its campus.

The London office will overlook European Operations and leverage the WeWork model to gain access to all of Europe.

“As part of our market entry strategy, we will open up our INSTNTMNY APIs to the UK Fintech Community and serve as the gateway to Africa. We will also maintain a strategic focus on the diaspora community, and provide access to APIs and Markets as a bridge to bring entrepreneurs from the community closer to the African Continent. We are delighted to host at WeWork, and grateful to the team for all their support,” said Andrew Takyi-Appiah, Managing Director Zeepay.

“Through this association Zeepay will have access to the European Fintech Ecosystem. This will also bring us closer to our Business to Business clients and give our sales team easier reach into Europe,” said Anita Osei-Wusu, Human Resources-Zeepay.

The company is the fastest-growing Mobile Financial Services across Africa, with operations in Ghana and the United Kingdom and terminating in 20 countries across Africa – and has over 90 remittance termination agreements globally.

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It specialises in remittance termination into mobile wallets and is completely agnostic. It is a wholly-owned Ghanaian company and regulated in the UK by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) through PSD2 and in Ghana by Bank of Ghana through Branchless Banking sponsorship arrangements. It supports Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3, and is considered a financial inclusion company positioned to improve last-mile access.

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