An international fintech company called Curnance has launched its much-awaited application, Curnance, in Johannesburg, South Africa. The launch was attended by executives, innovators, and stakeholders from the finance and technology industries. The event was also graced by the High Commissioner and Ambassador of Nigeria to South Africa, who were represented by the Minister and Chargé d’affaires, Michael Okwudili, and the Commercial Counsellor, Ali Ndah Abu. Additionally, Mrs. Adenike Aderonke Ogunsugba (Msc, MBA, ACIB, RBA) shared her insights on the future of financial technology and the power of innovation.
Ibrahim Ibisomi, the CFO Designate of Curnance and former Executive Director of Africa Reinsurance Corporation, emphasised the company’s dedication to financial innovation. The company’s statement revealed that the event also featured enlightening talks on various financial topics, including discussions on Nigeria-South Africa trade relations and Nigerian excellence in the diaspora. The presence of government officials, including the High Commissioner and Ambassador of Nigeria to South Africa, represented by the Minister and Chargé d’affaires, Mr. Michael Okwudili and the Commercial Counsellor, Mr. Ali Ndah Abu, further underscored the importance of Curnance’s mission to bridge financial innovation between nations. The event also witnessed the presence of representatives from top organizations in South Africa, including Industrial Development Corporation (IDC), Gijima, MTN South Africa, and many more.
Ibrahim Ibisomi stated that the app represents a vision of financial empowerment that transcends borders. He said, “Curnance is not just an application; it’s a testament to the power of innovation, dedication, and the unwavering belief that finance should be a force for good in the lives of individuals and businesses alike. With its user-friendly interface and cutting-edge features, Curnance empowers users to make smarter, more informed financial decisions, access local and foreign exchange funds with ease, and engage in seamless transactions.”