Looking to buy a credit card, play the stock market, or trade mutual funds in Indonesia? Here’s a shortlist of some notable fintech startups that can help.
HaloMoney leads the pack of financial comparison sites in Indonesia, at least in terms of the size of its war chest.
Southeast Asian finance and insurance portal Compare88, the parent company of Indonesia’s CekAja just snapped up series A funding from Monk’s Hill Ventures.
It’s a tough and subjective job to nail down Indonesia’s 10 best-funded startups. But we’ve done it anyway. Here are 10 well-funded and fast-growing companies.
The insurance portal has been running for three months already with decent market traction. Founder Ivan Sunandar shares his insights.
According to a McKinsey Global Institute report, consumer spending on savings and investment products in Indonesia is set to reach US$565 billion by the year 20...
CekAja helps Indonesians compare and apply for financial products, delivers the service to their front doors
(Update: We revised a couple of facts: CekAja’s beta launch timeline and number of transactions processed) Indonesia could become a huge market for the insuranc...
Financial comparison platform providers started to hit the Indonesia market in droves over the past year. Some of them started locally and expanded to other reg...