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Ghana Fintech Awards has become a catalyst for fostering creativity in financial sector – organizers

This was revealed by the President of the Arkel Consult and Management Services Limited, organizers of the Ghana Fintech Awards, Cristina Swan-Awaga, at this year's edition of the Ghana Fintech Awards over the weekend.

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Organizers of the Ghana Fintech Awards have disclosed that the award scheme, since its inception has become a catalyst of inspiration, fostering creativity and celebrating progress in Ghana’s financial sector.

This was revealed by the President of the Arkel Consult and Management Services Limited, organizers of the Ghana Fintech Awards, Cristina Swan-Awaga, at this year’s edition of the Ghana Fintech Awards over the weekend.

The Ghana FinTech Awards is an annual event aimed at identifying Financial Technology (FinTech) Companies and Banking Institution’s stalwarts and celebrating their successes throughout the year.

Individuals and companies are recognized and acknowledged for their efforts and achievements as they strive to build competitive and sustainable companies in a fast-paced and challenging environment.

In addition, the awards event aims at promoting Ghana’s FinTech competitive advantage and the journey to building a resilient Fintech space for economic growth and achieving financial inclusion, thereby enhancing the convenience of financial transactions.

Addressing the attendees at the awards ceremony, Cristina noted that the primary aim of the scheme is to cultivate a vibrant ecosystem for fintech innovation in Ghana.
She said it also seeks to honour trailblazers, innovators and pioneers whose steering foresight has greatly impacted the reshaping of Ghana’s financial sector architecture and landscape.

“Since its inception the awards schemes have been a catalyst of inspiration, fostering creativity, partnerships and celebrating progress not just in the Fintech, industry but the entire financial Sector”, she said.

She added, “Year after year this platform has united visionaries disruptors, and thought leaders, fostering meaningful conversations, collaborations and breakthroughs that have transformed our nation’s financial landscape.”

Cristina Swan-Awaga also enumerated some initiatives implemented under the awards scheme, which include the launch of the Women in Fintech Program, aimed at closing the gender disparity, empowering women and supporting the creation of fintech companies led by women.

The other initiative is known as the Top Fintech Voices Magazine, dedicated to spotlighting outstanding innovators, trailblazers, visionaries and leaders within Ghana’s thriving Fintech ecosystem.

She however called on all stakeholders to cultivate the spirit of collaboration and partnerships to push boundaries and shape the future where financial empowerment will be limitless.

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