- Banking, Big Data, FinTech / InsurTech
- From 50 to 250 employees
Head of Fundraising Nigeria
- Permanent contract
This position was filled!
FairMoney is building the leading mobile bank for emerging markets.
They started with a digital microcredit application on Android, and currently roll out additional financial services (current account, savings, debit card) while expanding the product to Western Africa and South-East Asia.
So far they disbursed over 1,000,000 microloans and give more than 7000 loans daily. They are backed by top notch US/EU investors and have raised 15m EUR + Venture Capital supporting our stellar growth. They are a team of +100 between Paris and Lagos in Engineering (Android, Data, Backend), Product, Marketing, Customer Service and Operations and they won’t rest before the FairMoney app is in the hand of millions.
- Start with the client 📊
- Own, don’t rent 💥
- Scientist mindset 👩🔬
- Churn 9-5 🎯
- Fly High - Fly Low 🙌
- 70/30 ⚡
- Direct Feedback 🤝
Your mission is to nurture and build FairMoneys relationships with HNIs, banks and financials institutions in order to provide FM with liquidity at all times. Your are responsible for local debt fundraising for our NGN subsidiary. You will be reporting directly to our CEO.
You will be working on :
- Local Naira debt fundraising for the subsidiary with banks, HNIs, Pension Funds,
- Managing the regulator,
- Managing forex and all other network financial matters,
- Managing the PnL in Nigeria.
- You have between 5 to 10 year experience in the Nigerian financial sector,
- You have at least 3 years experience in a managing position,
- You have at least 7 years in dealmaking,
- You have strong knowledge in corporate finance and legal packaging,
- You have a good understanding of financial modelling,
- You have a good command of Excel and PPT.
Phone screening of 30 minutes with Maud - our HR & Talent Manager;
Virtual video interview with Laurin, our CEO.
Meet the FairMoney team
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