Fintech Lending: Challenge and Opportunities of the Indonesia’s Loan Unbanked to Develop the Inclusive Financial Industry

Pranoto Pranoto, Munawar Kholil, Kukuh Tejomurti

Abstract


The aim of this study is to explore and analyze the development of fintech peer to peer lending (fintech) regulation in Indonesia and Indonesia's readiness in facing the fintech industry, especially fintech loans. This study is important since the Indonesian government has begun to ratify fintech as one of the legal financial services in Indonesia. This is a normative legal research, by collecting secondary data including primary, secondary, and tertiary legal materials. The results show that after the Indonesian government approved Fintech as a legitimate financial service in Indonesia, many Fintech Start up companies begin registering their companies, the Indonesian government separate the granting of fintech licenses to the financial services authorities and Indonesian banks according to the types of the fintech, specifically for fintech peer to peer licensing is granted by the financial services authority. Although Fintech P2P Lending can be a prospective business area, there is not infrequently the risk of default by borrowers. The Fintech Provider does not guarantee ongoing loans if they fail to pay. Because the organizer is not a party to a loan agreement made by the lender and the recipient of the loan. there is not infrequently the risk of default by borrowers. The Fintech Provider does not guarantee ongoing loans if they fail to pay. Because the organizer is not a party to a loan agreement made by the lender and the recipient of the loan


Keywords


Indonesia, Fintech, financial, regulation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.30649/htlj.v3i2.134

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