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Danke, Mr. President
Founder and CEO of Modalku, Reynold Wijaya, expresses positivity about fintech’s potential, mainly peer-to-peer lending (P2P lending), which is Modalku’s main service. He said the release of Financial Services Authority (OJK) regulation no. 77/POJK.01/2016 regarding Information Technology-Based Money Lending Services at the end of 2016 had been a major boost for P2P lending businesses. Read our Longform story here.
This video and longform article is a collaboration between DailySocial and The Jakarta Post.