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Indonesia: New Fintech, P2P Regulations Released

Indonesia has released a new set of regulations for the fintech sector, in particular, for peer to peer lending platforms. According to a report in Deal Street Asia, the Indonesian Financial Services Authority (OJK) laid out the following rules: Registration – P2P lending (pinjam meminjam) startups must… Read More

Bank Indonesia Straddles Regulation and Innovation with New Fintech Office

Bank Indonesia (BI) in Jakarta announced last week the opening of its Fintech office, which will aim to evaluate existing and conduct research on new fintech models, products, and services.  The office not only allows the central bank to maintain its risk management and consumer protection… Read More

Everybody’s Doing It: Bank Indonesia to Launch Fintech Regulatory Sandbox

Bank Indonesia (BI) recently announced 5 new initiatives regarding the payment system – a hot sector of financial services. Within these five strategic objects was Financial Technology or Fintech. Bank Indonesia, the central banking authority of the 4th most populous country in the world stated;… Read More

Indonesian FSA and MCI Collaborating on New Fintech Regulations

Indonesia’s Financial Services Authority (FSA), which regulates the banking and non-banking sector, is working with the Ministry of Communications and Information to bring out regulations governing online startup companies offering financial services, popularly referred to as fintech, reported DealStreetAsia. Indonesia is Southeast Asia’s largest economy (US$890B).  The new regulation will… Read More