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The Executive Council of the Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce (NBCC) has inducted Payment infrastructure company Fincra as a member.

The induction ceremony was held in Lagos at the headquarters of the NBCC on Thursday, November 2, 2022.

Fincra’s CEO Ayowole Ayodele led the fintech company’s delegation to the event and received the NBCC’s membership certificate on behalf of the company.

The Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce is a top bilateral chamber in Nigeria to promote trade and investment between Nigeria and Britain. It was established in 1977.

Ayodele believes the NBCC offers a platform of awareness for Fincra to showcase what it does and collaborate with other companies to provide its solutions.

The CEO and Founder of Fincra said;

“This is an elaborate platform to explore partnerships. Being a young and a tech company does not mean we will not actively participate in the private sector activities.

“This is a part of that participation; it will escalate Fincra’s presence nationally and globally.

“We will be participating in business and commerce events in Britain as we constantly search for the trending and best practices across businesses.

“It ties with our interest as a payment infrastructure company; we want to understand all sectors of businesses and look for ways to offer our solutions.”

The NBCC continues with its mandate to explore the many opportunities in the business world and the Nigerian economy.

Speaking at the ceremony, the President of the NBCC, Bisi Adeyemi, ensured that the chambers would continue to carry the objective of fostering networking.

Adeyemi said this membership offers opportunities for Nigerian businesses to interact with British businesses that can help them with their growth plans.

Deputy President Ray Atelly is excited at the diversity of the recently-inducted businesses. He noted that the chamber always looks for growth areas in the economy and invites businesses in that sector to join the chambers.

About NBCC

The Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce has been the foremost bilateral Chamber in Nigeria to promote trade and investment between Nigeria and Britain since its establishment in 1977. With over 350 members, the chamber is affiliated with the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), which gives them access to a network of 53 chambers of commerce across the UK and 71 other international affiliations.

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