The Fintech industry in the Middle East and North Africa has seen significant growth in recent years, with numerous startups and established financial institutions introducing innovative solutions. In reality, Fintech is boosting financial inclusion and modernizing traditional financial services, from mobile banking and online payment platforms to insurance and investing apps.
The MENA region is also attracting significant investment from venture capital firms and other investors, as the region's affluent and tech-savvy population presents a lucrative market for Fintech companies.
Thus, MENA FinTech Law is proud to present its Yearly Report covering all FinTech regulatory updates of 2022 in the MENA region.
The MENA FinTech Law Yearly Report will provide an overview of the current state of the FinTech industry in the MENA region with its challenges and solutions. It highlights key trends, significant players, and the potential impact of FinTech on the region's economy and society.
It then dives into a case-by-case study of the following countries: The United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, and Qatar.
It is essential to understand each country's perspective. It is also interesting to see the differences between each regulation and the challenges ahead as the FinTech sector is an integrating part of the future of transactions.
2022 MENA FINTECH LAW REPORT