January 17, 2022

e-finance’s arm eyes medical insurance cards management in Zimbabwe

ArabFinance: eCards, a subsidiary of e-finance for Digital and Finacial Investments (EFIH), is currently in talks with a medical insurance entity in Zimbabwe to issue and manage cards, according to a statement by e-finance Investment Group.

e-finance seeks to expand regionally across Africa in the field of e-cards issuance and management.

This comes following the recently published news claiming that e-finance is close to signing a contract with one of the African countries.

The company will reveal more details regarding the contract once it is closed.

Founded in 2005, e-finance is the first fintech platform in Egypt and a leading digital payment infrastructures’ developer.


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