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Gbenga Omolokun to speak at the Art of Technology Lagos Conference 2.0

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Executive Director, Group Risk, Compliance and Technology at VFD Group Plc, Gbenga Omolokun, has been scheduled to speak during the Art of Technology Lagos Conference 2.0, holding this Thursday, December 3, 2020.

The theme of this year’s AOT conference is: “Smart Data, Smarter Lagos,’’ it will be headlined by the Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria; Prof. Yemi Osinbajo and the host is the Executive Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu. Omolokun will join a panel of seasoned experts to discuss, ‘Data Integrity & Blockchain: Challenges and Learning for Fintech.’

On what to expect, the Executive Director said, “Our expectation is that the AOT Lagos Conference 2.0 through its multi-stakeholder discussions, exchanges and collaborations, will help provide some consensus or direction on how best to address issues related to data integrity and identity.

He added: ‘’Since the Vbank app launched in March this year, we have hit a number of milestones which would have been impossible without understanding existing identity structures and how best to adapt them to digital systems’’

This year’s event will take place at the Oriental Hotel, Lagos and would stream virtually on Keynote speakers expected at the session include Honorable Commissioner for Finance, Lagos State, Dr. Rabiu Onaolapo Olowo; CEO. RedTech Limited, Charles Ogunmola; Co-Founder, AKU, Adaeze Ogakwu; Head of Product, ALAT by Wema, Nnamdi Azodo and CEO/Co-Founder, KUDA, Babs Ogundeyi.

About VFD Group

VFD Group is a proprietary investment company that focuses on building positive and socially conscious ecosystems by aggregating potentially viable business with the objective of creating innovative products and solutions that are accessible to the everyday Nigerian citizen and entrepreneur.

VFD Group was founded by skilled professionals with diverse experience, qualifications and backgrounds. As a team, we identified the gap between both individuals and small businesses and their banking experiences and set out to bridge the divide.

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