Natural Sharia Fintech Startup Gets Initial Funding from tryb Group
Seriously starting to present p2p lending services for capital after getting OJK permission
PT Alami Technology Sharia Group (Experience) as a platform fintechaggregator sharia which is now also starting services peer-to-peer (p2p) lending recently received funding in pre-seed round led by tryb Group. There is no mention of the amount of funding obtained. The capital obtained will be allocated for product and technology development to make it easier for the community to use.
"We are excited to announce our partnership with tryb and their investment into Alami. Expertise fintech In the Southeast Asian market, which is owned by tryb provides a strong validation of the business model, as well as being a support for our growth," said Alami's Founder & CEO Dima Djani.
Meanwhile Principal Trib Group Herston Powers said, "The market fintech Sharia is very large and has not been optimized in Indonesia. Indonesia has the largest Muslim population in the world, but the Islamic finance sector has historically lagged behind the rest."
In operation as a player fintech, Alami has obtained permission and supervision from the OJK. Dima also tells about the reason Alami is present in the landscape p2p loans. Among SMEs, access to capital is a fairly complicated problem, especially those who apply sharia principles.
"We aim to provide access to capital regulated by sharia principles along with the necessary education to improve financial literacy for all market participants. With the increasing adoption of technology for SMEs and individuals," continued Dima.