Indonesia’s ALAMI raises growth investment and strengthens senior management team

Indonesia-based fintech firm ALAMI Group has on Thursday announced the completion of a growth investment round led by Indonesia-only venture capital firm Intudo Ventures. The round is also participated by existing investors such as East Ventures (Growth fund), AC Ventures, Quona Capital, and Golden Gate Ventures.

Indonesia’s fintech P2P lending market share surges by 28 percent in six months, says YouGov

Despite the economic challenges faced post-pandemic, Indonesia has seen a 28 percent growth in the market share of peer to peer (P2P) lending in just 6 months, YouGov's study showed on Monday. The study further solidifies the position of fintech in Indonesia, particularly P2P lending, as an attractive investment instrument for the public.

ALAMI Group Founder Dima Djani on the role of truly sharia financial products in driving social impact [ORIGIN Innovation Awards Q&A]

As the financial technology ecosystem, ALAMI has a bold mission to spread the positive impact and build a more equitable society using technology based on sharia principles, so we committed to establish truly sharia digital financial products and services that drive the social impact and provide the best experience to the user.

Indonesia’s ALAMI closes pre-series B round led by East Ventures

ALAMI Group, an Indonesia-based Shariah-compliant small and medium-sized enterprise (SME) lending platform, announced Monday that it has successfully closed pre-series B round led by East Ventures (Growth fund) alongside returning investors namely AC Ventures, Quona Capital and FEBE Ventures.