Electronic money, branchless banking and digitisation of social benefit transfer, have brought new economic opportunities.
Go-Jek acquires three leading fintech business, cementing its leadership in Indonesia’s fast growing payments market.
Believes that electronic payments for day-to-day needs can help push financial inclusion.
MicsoSave and AKSI conduct a national survey to aid the secure growth of digital financial services.
Taking heed of the urgings of its regulator, Indonesian lending platform UangTeman is expanding its service to four new cities.
Jakarta-based startup Kanopi wants to empower Indonesia’s microfinance institutions to reach more customers, especially the country’s unbanked and underbanked communities.
Finland-based Tapp Commerce believes its mobile payment technology can bring 'e-commerce down to the street level' across the SEA region.
Digital Financial Services have the power to transform the lives of millions living in poverty. However, the lack of merchant acceptance presents a significant obstacle to its success, write Sacha Polverini of the ITU and Carol Benson of Glenbrook Partners.
Telkomsel is pushing its TCash mobile wallet to not only tap a lucrative millennial market, but to also provide financial services to the unbanked.
When it comes to financial inclusion, all players – traditional FSIs, telcos, fintech companies and governments – should be working together, seamlessly, to foster a cashless society.