Fintech lender Amartha bags USD 28 million from Women’s World Banking to fund Indonesia’s micro-entrepreneurs

Peer-to-peer lending startup Amartha said on Monday that it received a USD 28 million investment from the Women’s World Banking Capital Partners II fund, alongside MDI Ventures. Existing backers Mandiri Capital and UOB Venture Management also participated in the round. “We are grateful that Amartha can continue to grow amid the pandemic,” founder and CEO Andi Taufan told KrASIA. “There…
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