After months hampered by COVID disruptions, election challenges and currency depreciation, Ghana appears for now to have turned a corner towards GDP growth, relative exchange rate stability
From agricultural products to salt and cement, the disruption to global supply chains has threatened food security and livelihoods across Africa. However, at the same
Out of the world’s 100 top Fintech’s, 34 of them come from Asia. From China’s Ant Financial to Southeast Asia’s GoJek, it makes sense that
2020 has been a detrimental year for businesses all over the globe, to say the least. With lockdown measures, border shutdowns and a generally repressed
Nigeria’s central bank has begun the journey from multiple official and unofficial exchange rates to a single unified value. It’s a radical departure that the
Argentina, the world’s most notorious serial defaulter, was able to borrow from international investors with no repayment required for a century. Three years on, that
After securing the first-ever remittance license from the Bank of Uganda in November last year we officially launched our brand in Uganda with a kick-off event.