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East Africa Com
25 - 26 April 2023
Radisson Blu Upper Hill HotelNairobi

25 - 26 April 2023
Radisson Blu Upper Hill Hotel,

Fintech Innovation of the Year Award Finalists 2022

This award honours the top companies and products leading in FinTech innovations in East Africa.



Kenyan startup Lami is innovating the insurance market across Africa, with its B2B and B2B2C insurance-as-a-service platform. Launched in 2018, Lami enables partner businesses to easily and seamlessly offer digital insurance products to their users via its API. The company also recently successfully raised $1.8 million USD in seed funding.

Krypia Finance

Krypia is an easy & inclusive financial platform that empowers millions of people by providing SMEs with quick access to affordable financial services so they can truly flourish and improve their lives.


Paylend is Pan-African fin-tech company based in Kenya that aims in building local economies by providing financial solutions based in the African financial culture. Paylend aims to become Africa’s number one payment solution by offering convenience and efficiency customized for every individual and foster sustainable growth for MSMEs


Lack of physical addressing affects half the world and costs businesses $200 billion a year. Currently focused on solving address verification for financial services in Nigeria, OkHi has a new address verification product that makes it easy for businesses to verify customers' addresses through their smartphones, replacing the need for utility bills and in-person interactions. The product enables digital address verification through its AI-powered risk algorithm which verifies addresses automatically and continuously.


Eversend is Africa's first neobank. It is for Africans and Africans in the diaspora that experience disintegrated, inconvenient and expensive financial services. Eversend is a one-stop financial services hub allowing them to exchange, save, manage and send money at the best possible rates, both online and offline.

Eversend exists to bring more Africans into the formal financial market.  66% of Africans are unbanked and as a fintech focused on financial inclusion, Eversend is creating a world where money moves freely and to everyone, wherever you are.

Global Voice Group: Transfin

Transfin Payment Gateway Solution

Financial inclusion is key to the growth of the economies and Transfin precisely enables interoperabiliy of domestic payments, encouraging the uptake of digital transactions among the underbanked. It provides regulatory bodies & central banks with a secure & efficient gateway for the integration of online payment systems.