Indonesia was all about startups and the growth of fintech last year.
Eighty-nine fintech players stand accused of unethical debt collecting methods, 25 are registered with OJK.
The first Indonesia Fintech Fair that aims to educate public about fintech.
Company’s business has grown nine times compared to 2016.
Partnership builds efficiency while lowering risks for lenders.
App provides convenience and mobility from sign-up to crowdfunding for alternative investments.
Indonesian fintech startup is now officially registered and licensed at the Financial Services Authority.
Regional fintech operator is registered with the Indonesia Financial Regulator to provide peer to business lending.
Pushes the financial inclusion agenda in under-developed areas and reduces the dependence on loan sharks.
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.