PT JULO Teknologi Finansial (JULO), an Indonesian based Fintech P2P Lending, initiated several programs to help individuals affected by the pandemic.
Tens of thousands of garment workers, who are facing slashed work hours and wages amid the global pandemic and economic downturn, will struggle to repay mounting microfinance debt, a new civil society report says.
Digital payment transactions through the Unified Payment Interface (UPI), cards and mobile wallets have made a near V-shaped recovery this month.
Since the economic slowdown resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, work for many of them has dried up. The UN is supporting efforts to manage the large-scale influx of returnee workers.
The COVID-19 outbreak and the economic downturn it triggered gave the fintech sector in Bulgaria a chance to see various opportunities for mass adoption of financial technology in the near future.
Sri Lanka’s HNB has reported a smooth transition to contactless remittance transactions parallel to rising demand for digital remittances and cardless withdrawals during the coronavirus lockdown.
Symbiotics Expands Its Flagship Industry Survey – From Microfinance Funds to Private Asset Impact Funds
Symbiotics is broadening its fund research expertise with a new survey on Private Asset Impact Funds.
SANAD and Export Development Bank of Egypt Strengthen Partnership to Support SMEs, Agricultural Exporters, and Microfinance Institutions in Egypt
The aim of this partnership is to channel much-needed financing to agricultural and small and medium-sized exporters as well as microfinance institutions in Egypt in response to the economic difficulties brought about by COVID-19.
IFC announced a $50 million loan to Nigeria’s First City Monument Bank (FCMB) Limited to help it expand lending to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) so they can sustain business activities disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.