Accelerating financial inclusion by riding the wave of digital innovation Accra, Ghana to host the 6th edition of Connected Banking

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The West African financial sector has seen a wave of digital innovation that has fueled services and applications that have the potential to disrupt the banking industry. Banks, fintechs and financial institutions have leveraged digital solutions designed to serve contactless and remote banking, which has opened up opportunities for the millions of digitally connected diasporas who remain formally unbanked but economically active.

Central banks in the region have implemented policies to meet the next-generation requirements of the evolved banking client, analyzing the challenges and successes of regions that have championed financial inclusion. The sector has also embraced automated banking systems, advanced mobile money platforms, bespoke digitized credit and lending facilities, and cryptocurrencies for this promising market.

With this as a pilot The International Center for Strategic Alliances (ICSA), organizers of the Leading Banking Connected Banking Summit 2022- (formerly Africa’s Digital Banking Summit). is ready to go live with the 6e Edition Connected Banking West Africa, which has the theme “Accelerating Financial Inclusion Through Digital Adoption ».

The two-day summit will see contributions from banking industry leaders and experts. The Summit is posted online, on the 15e and 16e from November 2022 in Accra, Ghana with a concurrent virtual stream with nearly 350+ delegates in attendance.

The Summit will witness the ideas and contributions of leaders such as Dr. Maxwell Opoku-Afari of the Bank of Ghana; Abena Osei-Poku of Absa Bank; Victor Yaw Asante of FBN Bank Ghana; NdunguThairu of the Consolidated Bank of Ghana; Adesola Adeduntan of First Bank of Nigeria and many more that will address key areas such as building a cashless/cash-lite economy; digital wallets and digital loans; Security – A pervasive pattern; The digital-only model – Trends and challenges; Synergies between traditional FIs and telecoms.


The connected bank 2022 has historically brought together the best minds from leading institutions to engage in open and constructive dialogue with peers, industry subject matter experts and political czars, and this year promises to be even better and bigger. Connected Banking will offer the most up-to-date and actionable insights, networking opportunities, a chance to learn from the best in the industry and stay ahead of the competition.

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