Country / Indonesia
- Indonesia’s fintech industry is very competitive but potential is still highly unrealised
- P2P lending and payments are the leading verticals comprising 69% of the Fintech landscape
- High unbanked population (51%) and large number of underserved SMEs are credit constrained; finance gap of $77.2 billion serves as a potential for fintech to step in
- Investments and consolidations expected to happen in the highly fragmented market
- Investors and startups need to account for moderate to high risks due volatile and increasingly strict regulatory environment as well as weakened Rupiah
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- What are the reasons for lack of financial inclusion that present opportunities for fintech players?
- What can fintech players do to fill in the $73B annual gap in financing needs?
- How can payment apps act as proxies to ATMs and bank accounts in this cash dependent market?
- How has fintech in Indonesia evolved from 2009 till now and what major events have disrupted the market?
- Which players had their licenses suspended/revoked and why?
- Which fintech companies have been raising funds and how have the round sizes evolved? Who are the active investors in this sector?
- What regulations are being tightened and what are the risks associated with it for fintech players?
- How is the poor currency performance going to affect overseas lenders and investors?
- How are consumer reactions imposing regulatory changes in debt collection methods? How will this affect the profitability of P2P lenders?