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P2P Lender Amartha Partners with Lendable, Receives $50 Million Commitment to Lend to Women MSEs

PT Amartha Mikro Fintek a peer-to-peer lender that provides access to capital to micro and small entrepreneurs (MSEs). Founded in 2010, Amartha pivoted into a peer-to-peer lending platform in 2016 and is now one of the biggest P2P lenders in Indonesia. According to Amartha, the… Read More

Peer to Peer Lending Firm Amartha Finalizes Series B Funding Round Led by LINE Ventures

Peer to peer lending firm Amartha has finalized a Series B investment round led by LINE Ventures, the venture capital division of giant messaging app LINE. The funds raised will be used to further expand Amartha’s operations to include more women and underprivileged families based… Read More

Amartha Powers Micro Peer to Peer Lending in Indonesia, Focuses on Women Entrepreneurs

The development of technology-based financial services or Fintech is a rapid, global, regional, and national movement. The Fintech industry has the opportunity to bring about change in the overall global financial industry everywhere. Indonesia, one of the most populous countries in the world, will benefit enormously by… Read More

Peer to Peer Lender Amartha Partners with Largest State Owned Micro-credit Company in Indonesia

Peer to peer lender Amartha has formed a partnership with the largest state-owned micro credit guarantee company in Indonesia, Perum Jamkrindo. This follows a similar partnership with Bank Mandiri. Amartha is an online lender designed to connect Micro Businesses and SMEs that seek affordable working… Read More

P2P Lender Amartha Receives Regulatory Approval from Indonesian Financial Services Authority

Jakarta based Amartha (PT Amartha Micro Fintek) a peer to peer lending platform launched in 2010, is now officially registered with the Directorate of Institutional and Product IKNB (Financial Industry Non Bank) Financial Services Authority ( FSA). Amartha said the approval by the financial regulators… Read More

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