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  Klasha, a prominent global cross-border payments firm, is excited to announce that it has received regulatory approval from Sierra Leone’s regulatory authorities to operate and provide its groundbreaking fintech services within the nation.
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Klasha’s inclusion in the Bank of Sierra Leone’s Regulatory Sandbox Program exemplifies the company’s unwavering commitment to developing state-of-the-art cross-border financial technology solutions aimed at enhancing the efficiency, accessibility, and security of cross-border payments and digital commerce. Having obtained this license, Klasha is now poised to commence operations in Sierra Leone, ushering in its innovative payment services to benefit the country’s residents and businesses. In the words of Klasha’s CEO, Jessica Anuna,
“We are thrilled to have obtained this license, which will accelerate our growth and expand our reach in the Mano River Union. Sierra Leone is a vibrant and growing market, and we look forward to working with the Bank of Sierra Leone and other stakeholders to drive seamless cross-border transactions in the country.”

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Klasha’s acquisition of this financial services license in Sierra Leone represents a crucial milestone in the company’s broader strategy of extending its footprint across the African continent. With its innovative payment solutions, Klasha is strategically positioned to address the challenges inherent in e-commerce in Africa and play a pivotal role in advancing financial inclusion throughout the continent. Klasha stands as a technological trailblazer, facilitating African payments for international enterprises seeking to engage in cross-border online sales to reach millions of African consumers. The company has developed a comprehensive payables and receivables solution that seamlessly facilitates payment transfers between Africa and the global marketplace. Klasha’s vision is further strengthened by its backing from influential entities such as American Express, Greycroft, and Seedcamp.
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This article was first published on 26th September 2023


Nnaemeka is an academic scholar with a degree in History and International Studies from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He is also a creative writer, content creator, storyteller, and social analyst.

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