Celebrating 3rd Anniversary in Indonesia, Fintopia Appreciates OJK
PT Indonesia Fintopia Technology (Fintopia), a technology-based financial services (fintech) company with Easycash products, has just celebrated its 3rd anniversary in Indonesia in November 2020.
During its operation in Indonesia, this fintech from China gave its highest appreciation to the Financial Services Authority (OJK) as an independent institution that regulates and oversees all activities in the financial services sector.
“We give the highest appreciation to the OJK in supervising information technology-based lending and borrowing service companies,” said Fintopia’s Chief Executive Officer, Liu Yongyan, in his statement, Wednesday (2/12/2020).
Going forward, he added, the company will continue to strictly comply with the existing regulations and cooperate with a number of authorities in building a sustainable and inclusive financial platform in Indonesia.
“Thank you to the OJK for overseeing the company’s performance so that Fintopia can be better,” continued Liu Yongyan.
Providing Assistance to Communities in the Middle of Pandemic
During his three years of travel in the country, Liu Yongyan claimed that the company has always provided the best service for hundreds of thousands of Indonesians.
“Therefore, as a form of gratitude to the people who have entrusted our services, at this 3rd-anniversary celebration we want to provide assistance as a form of the company’s commitment to serving the community,” he concluded.
As for the form of assistance provided by the company in the form of a donation of IDR 30 million to help the Ampera Halfway House. The assistance will later be distributed to around 40 children with special needs and underprivileged elderly who live there.
Not to forget, Fintopia also gave 10,000 masks to the Mampang Prapatan Puskemas, Jakarta. This assistance is a form of the company’s active role in preventing the spread of Covid-19.
On the other hand, the President of PT Indonesia Fintopia Technology, Fitri, also gave the highest appreciation to the Indonesian Joint Funding Fintech Association (AFPI). According to Fitri, AFPI’s support in providing input to the company during its three years of existence has really helped Fintopia with Easycash products to grow in a positive direction.
“AFPI’s support in providing input to the company for three years has really helped us together with Easycash products to grow in a positive direction,” he said.
“We are committed to continuously improving quality and continuing to provide good financial services for MSMEs and Multipurpose. Fintopia strives to be a financial service solution for the Indonesian people, especially those that have not been reached by conventional financial services,” said Fitri.
Fintopia Group is a global fintech company that started from China in 2015. This company has helped many people in China who have not been reached by conventional financial services, which after being successful in China Fintopia Group expanded to various other countries, one of which is Indonesia, which was established in November 2017.
EasyCash Becomes the Best P2P Lending at the Indonesia Multifinance Award 2019
In Indonesia, Fintopia has a product called Easycash. This is an Information Technology-Based Lending and Borrowing Service platform that bridges lenders and borrowers through a smartphone application.
In order to foster the trust of the Indonesian people in its services, since a few years ago Easycash has also received a registered certificate from the Financial Services Authority or OJK and is in the process of licensing.
Thus, people do not need to worry anymore if they want to make loans or other financial activities using the Easycash service product. “By providing the best possible service, Easycash successfully won the Best P2P Lending award in the 2019 Indonesia Multifinance Award (IMA) for the Special Awards category,” said Fitri.
IMA is the highest appreciation and award given to multi-finance companies in Indonesia. One of the challenges in the future in the finance industry is still quite large, where information technology, which is fully spread throughout the world, must still be hampered due to insufficient human resources.