World Fintech Festival (WFF) to be held in Nigeria by FintechNGR

The Fintech Association of Nigeria (FintechNGR), in collaboration with the Singapore Fintech Festival (SFF), is bringing the World Fintech Festival (WFF) to Nigeria for the second time on November 11th, 2021.


It will include a fireside conversation, as well as talks on AI, Quantum Computing, Cloud Computing, Blockchain, the creation of additional unicorns in Nigeria, and the recently launched eNaira. Rakiya Muhammed, Director, IT, CBN; Ade Bajomo, President, FintechNGR; Nkem Nweke, Innovation Lead, Microsoft; Ini Akpan, CEO oPay; Simon Chantry, CIO Bitt; Toju Duke, AI Program Manager, Google; Ray Youssef, CEO Paxful; Dr. Abdourahmane Faye, Chief Data Officer, Access Bank; Elizabeth Rosiello, CEO Bitpesa.

SFF has organized a series of events for the World Fintech Festival over the years that allow participants to hear from a wide group of change-makers, including startups and CEOs, central bankers, policymakers, and financial innovators.

And this year’s theme, “The Impact of Web 3.0 on Financial Services,” will explore far-reaching changes to the financial services sector, ranging from the potential transformation decentralised finance brings to monetary transactions, pathways to bridging the gaps of financial exclusion, new opportunities to build sustainable solutions, new business models, and carving out new careers.

Payment leaders, fintech innovators, and other top ecosystem players such as Dhivya Suryadevara, CFO, Stripe, Michael Miebach, CEO, Mastercard, Dan Schulman, President/CEO PayPal, Chuck Robbins, CEO, Cisco, Vitalik Buterin, Ethereum Founder, Marc Beinoff, Chair & CEO, Salesforce, and over 50 more will speak at the World Fintech Festival on the global stage.

If you want to learn about sustainable financial services, designing financial services, and building financial services using artificial intelligence, capital markets, asset management, consumer & wholesale banking, distributed ledger technology, internet of things, 5G, quantum computing, impact investing, impact measurement, and other verticals on web 3.0, this is the place to be. Then you must attend WFF2021!

One of the perks of attending the World Fintech Festival (WFF) is the chance to purchase a $10 signature knowledge certificate for specific sessions.


  • SMEs-only discussions with renowned business experts from India, China, and Africa, as well as lectures by leading academics discussing the secrets of their SME success


  • important trends and practical strategies for SMEs on how to succeed in the “new normal”


Last year’s event alone drew 60,000 people from 160 countries to share ideas and thoughts on the future of financial services, both electronically and in person.

Of course, this year’s World Fintech Festival promises to be a comprehensive tour of the global fintech park from the perspective of web 3.0, as well as networking, a knowledge series that will run until 2022, certificates, and much more, and you won’t want to miss it.

Visit to acquire your free digital access using the promo code WFFNIGERIA.

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