Nigeria Has 200 Fintech Companies Which Raised $600 Million in Six Years – McKinsey

Nigeria Has 200 Fintech Companies Which Raised $600 Million in Six Years – McKinsey

When they write, you better pay attention. McKinsey has written on the fintech landscape in Nigeria. The category-king consultant has it that Nigeria has about 200 standalone fintechs which have raised more than $600 million between 2014 and 2019. For the full report, click here.

At the same time, a youthful population, increasing smartphone penetration, and a focused regulatory drive to increase financial inclusion and cashless payments, are combining to create the perfect recipe for a thriving fintech sector. Nigeria is now home to over 200 fintech standalone companies, plus a number of fintech solutions offered by banks and mobile network operators as part of their product portfolio. Between 2014 and 2019, Nigeria’s bustling fintech scene raised more than $600 million in funding, attracting 25 percent ($122 million) of the $491.6 million raised by African tech startups in 2019 alone—second only to Kenya, which attracted $149 million.

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