Indonesia-Malaysia Cross-Border QR Payment Further Strengthens Regional Payment Connectivity in ASEAN
Aims to promote faster, cheaper, more transparent, and more inclusive cross-border payments, particularly benefiting micro, small, and medium enterprises. Expected to strengthen economic ties between Indonesia and Malaysia, support a stronger post-pandemic economic recovery, and provide greater convenience for travelers.
Partnership to spearhead cross-border QR payment acceptance between Singapore and Indonesia.
Was Indonesian Finance Minister (2010-2013) and Indonesian Central Bank governor from 2013 until May 2018.
The first Indonesia Fintech Fair that aims to educate public about fintech.
Go-Pay receives an award from the Central Bank of Indonesia in Jakarta.
MicsoSave and AKSI conduct a national survey to aid the secure growth of digital financial services.
In a bid to support the recently launched e-commerce roadmap, as well as the growing financial technology (fintech) sector in the country, Indonesia’s central bank, Bank Indonesia established its own ‘Fintech Office’ last week in Jakarta.
The fintech sector in Indonesia is booming, and some of the companies involved have begun discussions with the Financial Service Authority (OJK) on what shape regulations should take. This week, we hear from OJK itself.
How should fintech be regulated in Indonesia? DNA gives you an exclusive sneak-peak at direct online lending startup UangTeman’s policy paper.
From being called ‘worse than loan sharks,’ to more neutral reviews saying that it is almost impossible to get a loan from the site, fintech startup UangTeman is surviving, and indeed, seemingly thriving.