Nigeria’s Cashless Policy a Cornerstone of Economic Development

The Central Bank of Nigeria’s cashless policy is the key to the country’s fast economic development, according to Charles Ifedi, chief executive officer of Verve International. In an interview with HumanIPO, Ifedi said electronic payment technologies which further the cashless policy must be made available to all Nigerians for the benefits of economic development to

Verve’s In-App Payments Service Launched to Support Nigerian App Developers

Nigerian card payment provider, Verve International, launched its in-app payments solution and made the software development kit available to app developers to support local developers eager to bring their apps to market and capitalise them, with the market currently hindered by lack of in-app payment options, according to Charles Ifedi, chief executive officer of Verve

Nigeria’s Verve Launches Reward Programme for Online Purchases

Nigeria’s leading payment card company Verve International has announced the launch of a programme called Verve Rewards for cardholders that make purchases on more than 100 online merchant platforms with their Verve cards. The reward programme covers both online and in-store purchases in which buyers can earn instant discounts and cashback. “An Instant Discount enables

Verve Announces Competition in Partnership with Nokia and Microsoft

Verve International, Africa’s leading indigenous payment card brand, has announced a competition in partnership with Nokia and Microsoft aimed at supporting Nigeria’s indigenous application development community by providing payments in mobile apps. The theme of the competition is “Build with Verve: Lumia Edition”, with Verve saying the partnership is aligned with its drive towards effective

Interswitch Creates Holding Company and Spins Off Two Core Divisions

Interswitch Transnational Holdings, a pan-African integrated payment processing and transaction switching company, announces the spin-off, of two of its core divisions: Verve International  and Switching and Processing, as separate, autonomous businesses. The transaction forms part of Interswitch’s planned strategy to separate its core divisions, allowing each division focus on its core competencies and best facilitate