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Banking Survey 2020: Access Bank; leading with digital innovation and financial...

The novel Coronavirus pandemic and the resulting social distancing protocols are driving banks to accelerate their digital transformation strategies, with laggards likely to suffer...

Betty Annan and Oswell Kahonde’s thoughts … The cost of cash...

Samuel has been a cocoa farmer for 12 years. Since the end of the Akuafo cheque system, he had always been paid in cash...

COVID-19 spurs use of mobile banking

But customers still have cyber security concerns “Before the coronavirus was reported in Ghana, I used to go to the bank anytime I wanted...

Felix Larry Essilfie’s thoughts … Financial inclusion in Africa: A review...

The number of nations that committed to the Maya Declaration and the G-20 Financial Inclusion Action Plan, as well as strategies and targets set...

Editorial : Launch of three policy initiatives will boost digital payment...

Minister of Finance Ken Ofori-Atta has observed that moving away from cash helps the country advance toward achieving many of the Sustainable Development Goals. Government...

The Future of Work Capsules : Managing technological change to boost...

Managing technological change to boost decent work, including an international governance system for digital labour platforms, is among the ten recommendations made in a...

MTN Mobile Money, EBITDA grows amid global pandemic

MTN’s 2020 first quarter financials has shown that the company’s mobile money revenue grew strongly and benefitted from an increase in mobile money subscribers...

BoG announces Zeepay’s MoMo licence

The Bank of Ghana, in a circular, titled ‘Bank of Ghana licenses first fintech’, to the public yesterday, April 30, 2020, has confirmed its...

First Quarter Mobile Money Interoperability up by over 350%

Mobile money transfers across different networks - also known as Mobile Money Interoperability (MMI) - have shot up by 358 percent in the first...

Coronavirus seen as trigger for mobile money growth in West Africa

Penda Kande usually pays for taxis in cash, but since coronavirus hit Senegal, the 30-year-old nurse has switched to mobile money to avoid contamination. “With...

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