Important step in a country where only 26% of its 53 million population have access to banking facilities.
Electronic money, branchless banking and digitisation of social benefit transfer, have brought new economic opportunities.
The online payment solutions provider attempts to further close the digital divide by providing unbanked communities an easy online payment solution.
Shifting its headquarters to Singapore and on its way to becoming a digital bank, the Malaysian fintech startup on its way to realising its goals.
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.
A fully digital lending solution to provide unsecured small-ticket, short-term consumer loans for up to 90 days through a mobile wallet.
MyCash Online breaks yet another equity crowd funding record in Malaysia with its US$300k raised within 24-hours.
Bangladeshi entrepreneurs in KL are targeting a US$80mil a year market with their marketplace that they aim to evolve into a digital bank
Jakarta-based startup Kanopi wants to empower Indonesia’s microfinance institutions to reach more customers, especially the country’s unbanked and underbanked communities.