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Survey: Online borrowers in PH prefer Samsung, Oppo

04.07.2019

A new report from online lending firm Robocash Group has found that 25% of Filipinos prefer smartphones made by South Korean company Samsung. The second place was taken by the Chinese smartphone brand Oppo with its low and middle-priced gadgets catching up with Samsung: they are used by 20% of Filipino smartphone users. Other brands are ranked lower lagging behind significantly.

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Significant interest for online loans in Indonesia: Robocash

01.07.2019

More people in Indonesia are searching for online loans, resulting in the country overtaking its peers Vietnam and Philippines by significant margins. At the beginning of 2017, online loans were more popular in the Philippines whereas in Indonesia they were almost at the same level as in Vietnam according to research by Robocash Group. Overall, demand for online loans in all three countries is growing steadily. In January 2017 the number of…

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Millennials are grabbing short-term internet loans from Asia

20.06.2019

In India, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines, the age bracket also counts as the largest borrowers. According to studies by financial leasing company Robocash Group, over two out of five (44.7%) of short-term bonds in Vietnam were given to Gen Y or millennials aged 25 to 30 years, rendering the age company the largest borrower for short-term payments in the nation.

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Filipinas are ‘pragmatic’ borrowers, int’l financial group says

17.06.2019

Filipino women are pragmatic borrowers likely to close existing liabilities within five to 15 days, a recent financial study reported. International financial group Robocash conducted the study in India, Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines to outline the correlation of the terms of loans and the gender of those taking them per country.

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Speed of decision is the main factor for Online Lending

07.06.2019

The Small Business Credit Survey (SBCS), a national collaboration of the 12 Federal Reserve Banks, delivers timely information on small business financing needs, decisions, and outcomes to policymakers, lenders, and service providers. The report findings provide an in-depth look at small business performance, debt holdings, and credit experiences, complementing national data on lending volumes and lender perceptions.

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We’re helping Malaysia thrive in financial technology

23.05.2019

When FinTech is mentioned, the e-wallet or e-Pay icon comes to mind for some. FinTech, or financial technology, will move beyond from being a function provided by financial institutions as it can be presented across all sectors. In Southeast Asia, the prospect for FinTech reach in society is high. A report by online lending platform Robocash and Deloitte confirmed the appeal of the Asean market for the FinTech sector. It is anticipated that…

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The increasing need of fintech experts

20.05.2019

When fintech is mentioned, the e-Wallet or e-Pay icon comes to mind for some. However, this new industry involves much more than financial transactions or services. Fintech, or financial technology, will move beyond simply being a function provided by financial institutions as it can be presented across all sectors, applying cloud-based technologies that combine open source software and blockchain technologies. Within the South-east Asian region, the prospect for fintech reach within…

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Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand Top 3 fintech lending destinations in SEA

31.05.2019

The Philippines, Indonesia, and Thailand have recently been recognized as the top countries in the Southeast Asian region where fintech lending initiatives can be grown and expanded. Robocash found out in a new survey that the three countries have displayed favorable fintech conditions for lenders who are interested in growing their businesses in Southeast Asia (SEA).

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Here’s where alternative lending thrives in Asia

30.05.2019

The land of GoPay and OVO is no man’s land for banks. Where alternative lending thrives, banks have reason to fear, especially in Indonesia, which ranked as the most fertile environment for the development of alternative lending platforms, according to a survey from Robocash. With a score of 147.5, Indonesia ranked highly in sixteen different aspects used by the study associated with social and economic development, financial inclusion and digital adoption.

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Most favorable markets for fintech lending in Southeast Asia

30.05.2019

Three countries provide the best conditions for the development of fintech lending in Southeast Asia. In a short term perspective, it promises to result in the inflow of investments in the local projects. Indonesia, Philippines, and Thailand provide the most favorable conditions for the development of fintech lending in Southeast Asia (SEA), according to a survey compiled by Robocash, a financial group operating in the segments of consumer alternative lending…

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