e-MITRA’s work focuses on providing technical advisory services to essential participants in Indonesia’s Digital Financial Services (DFS) sector, including Mobile Network Operators, financial institutions, payment platform providers, etc.
See how the USAID-funded e-MITRA project has contributed to the development of the DFS landscape in Indonesia over the past three and a half years.
Most automatic toll-booths (Gerbang Tol Otomatis or GTO) in Indonesia only accept non-cash payments from a prepaid Mandiri card. This will soon change.
The Financial Services Authority (OJK) continues efforts to improve financial literacy with the expansion of “Mobil Literasi Keuangan,”or SiMOLEK, a program dedicated to reaching Indonesians with financial education via car.
KPMG Indonesia (which serves a range of audit, tax, and advisory services) recently released a publication focusing on microfinance and the new ‘Branchless Banking’ or Laku Pandai regulations.