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.
P2P lender is now registered as an Information Technology-based Lending and Borrowing Service Provider.
App provides convenience and mobility from sign-up to investing.
The peer-to-peer lending platform enables SMEs to obtain finding via fintech solutions.
Funding Societies launches debt crowdfunding platform in Malaysia to provide SMEs and investors with alternative financing and investment opportunities.
Funding Societies, via Modalku Ventures, will be launching its P2P lending platform in Malaysia first half next year. What is the company's strategy? Goh Thean Eu writes.
The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC) announced the six registered P2P financing platform operators in the country. How will this benefit the country? DNA's Goh Thean Eu reports.
SCxSC Digital Finance Conference 2016 to highlight market-based financing, digital investment services, and distributed ledger technology