With diverse educational facilities, startup provide access to easy and affordable education financing.
Says it is the only local P2P lending fintech that offers investment protection.
Some regulators doing a good job of trying to catch up, even keep ahead of digital disruption.
Initiative aims to expand alternative financing access and capital solutions to Malaysian businesses.
The partnership is aligned with National Financial Inclusion Strategies, which focus on farmers, fishermen, craftsmen, and MSMEs.
Also welcomes credit portfolio management expert Terry Tse as advisor.
App provides convenience and mobility from sign-up to crowdfunding for alternative investments.
P2P lending startup focuses on financial inclusion in Indonesia.
The two fintechs will cooperate in terms of data sharing, technical integration as well as leveraging each other’s established networks.
Indonesian fintech startup is now officially registered and licensed at the Financial Services Authority.