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Nigeria’s Crowdyvest re-launches app with new investment offers for Financial Freedom.

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Crowdyvest Limited, a fast-growing fintech startup in Nigeria, has announced the relaunch of its mobile app.

Crowdyvest’s upgraded mobile app, which has been dubbed the “go-to” digital wealth management and savings platform, has the latest design, seamless navigation, and fascinating new features to provide existing and future members with a top-notch and seamless digital banking experience.

Crowdyvest Yield is a catalog of different offers, including discretionary plans and commodity-specific projects, that are readily available to its members and range from short to long term tenors across a wide range of industries.

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This new feature will provide current and prospective members with a variety of easy plans to help them develop a saving and investment culture based on their ability, with product pricing as low as #1,000 and annual returns of up to 25%.

In addition to new features and products, Crowdyvest has formed a partnership with Parthian Security Limited, a securities brokerage firm licensed by the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC), to ensure proper fund utilization, compliance, and transparency.

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The fintech startup has also partnered with UBA Pensions Custodian Limited, in the hopes of providing greater peace of mind to its members by safeguarding the safety of their savings.

Tope Omotolani, the CEO of Crowdyvest, aims to turn the fintech company into a platform that allows users to perform a wide range of financial operations from the comfort of their smartphones and devices, allowing them to transform their lives while achieving their financial goals.

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Speaking on the revamped mobile app, Tope Omotolani, CEO of Crowdyvest said “We aim to become the platform that helps our members plan and structure their finances through the different range of products we offer. 

“As we work with organizations in different sectors to power viable and impact-driven projects through the funds we raise from our members, a symbiotic interdependence is created, leading to financial and economic growth for all. We believe this partnership is needed to foster growth and create more opportunities for Africa.”

Crowdyvest’s customer base grew from 50,000 to 140,000 in just eight months, demonstrating steady strong growth in its user base and a total transaction value of over $35 million dollars.

In the last 22 months, Crowdyvest has partnered with a variety of impact partners, including Farmcrowdy, Treepz, Rice Afrika Crenov8 Landwey, and others, to invest in initiatives across a variety of industries, including technology, agriculture, real estate, telecoms, transportation, and more.

The fintech startup aims to be an impact-driven enterprise that serves as a one-stop shop for individuals and businesses seeking long-term growth and financial freedom.

Crowdyvest will create a strong system that runs across the African continent, starting with Nigeria, to promote options for larger economic growth.

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Weddy Thuranira
Weddy Thuranira
Weddy profiles new startups and innovators across Africa and announces funding rounds, mergers, acquisitions and startup partnerships across Africa. She is based in Nairobi, Kenya. Reach her and the entire news desk at [email protected]

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