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Ovamba and Singularity launch TradeTech partnership in Egypt

Ovamba and Singularity launch TradeTech partnership in Egypt

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TradeTech innovator, Ovamba Solutions and financial services provider, Singularity Finance have partnered to deliver financial inclusion and growth capital to small and growing businesses in Egypt.

Singularity is the first to sign a reseller agreement with Ovamba in the region. This new partnership gives Singularity the rights to sell Ovamba’s digital solutions to banks, microfinance institutions and other alternative providers of trade finance to small and medium enterprises in Egypt.

For enterprises who wish to originate and invest in trade finance transactions independently, there is Pamoja. Pamoja showcases the same capabilities found in BankPartner and streamlines the work flows for investor and portfolio management and financing transactions of any kind.

Mohamed Taysir, CEO and Co-Founder of Singularity said: “With this partnership we have been able to expand our financial ecosystem offering, by adding a set of bank grade products that are tailored for our part of the world. Even more so we are empowered to start offering this tool to other banks and MFIs to start rolling out their own platforms and this allows for a true disruption in how we as a country can reach financial inclusion.”

Taysir added that: “Singularity’s ability to contribute to such an important national directive is enhanced by our partnership with Ovamba which will allow for even more disruption on the Pan-African level.”

Viola Llewellyn, Co-Founder and President, Ovamba, said: “We are really excited about this partnership. Ovamba has invested significantly in BankPartner, Pamoja and Jasmeera. Embedding Islamic finance elements into our technologies and business systems has proven to be very effective at de-risking small business finance. Egypt is an important market and Singularity is well positioned to pioneer in an era of business growth for small businesses and digital engagement for Financial Institutions.”

The two companies said that they expect to be fully engaging banks and serving businesses in Q1, 2021.

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