COVID -19 Crisis in Africa: Leveraging FinTech and RegTech for Economic Recovery

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Salami, I. 2020. COVID -19 Crisis in Africa: Leveraging FinTech and RegTech for Economic Recovery. Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation. 35 (10), pp. 410-420.
AuthorsSalami, I.
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The precise impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on African economies is still unknown, however if the crisis persists, it is likely to have huge economic ramifications on the continent. Financial Technology (FinTech), which has made a positive contribution in Africa can significantly support the recovery process after the crisis but the extent of its contribution will depend on a number of factors.

JournalJournal of International Banking Law and Regulation
Journal citation35 (10), pp. 410-420
ISSN1742-6812
Year2020
PublisherSweet and Maxwell
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Deposited24 Sep 2020
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This is a pre-copyedited, author-produced version of an article accepted for publication in Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation following peer review. The definitive published version: Salami, I. (2020) 'COVID -19 Crisis in Africa: Leveraging FinTech and RegTech for Economic Recovery', Journal of International Banking Law and Regulation, 35 (10) pp. 410-420. is available online on Westlaw UK.

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