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.
The Securities Commission Malaysia (SC), which led the way for legalising equity crowdfunding (ECF) in the region, has now announced the regulatory framework for peer-to-peer (P2P) financing.
Fintech players should be cautious, because the increasing digitalisation of the financial services industry brings with it an extra element of risk, warned the Securities Commission Malaysia.
The GSMA has published a new report calling for the modernisation of telecommunications regulations.
Industries grappling with emerging technology have to adapt or lose their place at the table, writes Benjamin Cher.
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.
Indonesia recognises the value of SMEs, and is intent on developing and boosting the sector via technology adoption and digitalisation, but these aspirations face on-going challenges, writes Masyitha Baziad in this second of three parts.
SingPost’s recent test flight using a drone to deliver a package has got industry tongues wagging in optimism, but the question remains whether drone delivery will become viable enough in the future, writes Benjamin Cher.