Pintek: Fintech offers wide variety of loans to improve Indonesians' access to education

Pintek wants to "grow the quality of education in Indonesia" ©

Pintek is expanding into Islamic finance with new Sharia-compliant loans for students at Islamic schools and universities

Back in 2010, faced with financial constraints, Tommy Yuwono almost gave up his dream to go to university. Luckily, he won a scholarship from Prasetiya Mulya University in Jakarta and graduated in 2014. Armed with a degree in Business and Corporate Finance, he started a career as an investment banker at MNC Sekuritas.But Yuwono never forgot his financial struggles as a student. Today, many youths from low-income families continue to face the challenge of trying to get affordable financing from traditional sources like banks and money lenders to fund their studies. For Indonesians aged 20 to 24...
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