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13 financial institutions get access to government’s civil registry

A woman shows Ammana app which helps small and medium enterprises connect with lenders and borrowers during Indonesia Fintech Forum 2019 in Jakarta.(JP/Dhoni Setiawan)
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Jakarta   ●   Mon, June 15 2020

Thirteen financial institutions including mobile payment service providers and peer-to-peer lending platforms have been granted access to the government’s civil registry data to expedite data verification as well as to prevent fraud and accelerate financial inclusion.

The institutions signed memorandums of understanding (MoU) with the Home Ministry’s Population and Civil Registration directorate general (Dukcapil) on Thursday that affords the institutions access to civil registry data, including citizenship identification numbers (NIK) and e-ID card (e-KTP) details.

The 13 distribution channels include privately owned Bank Oke Indonesia, financial technology (fintech) peer-to-peer lending companies PT Digital Alpha Indonesia (Uang Teman) and PT Ammana Fintek Syariah, e-wallet OVO, multifinance firm PT Astrido Pasific Finance and fo...

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