Sharia Financial Technology in the Development of Bankable Micro Businesses

Nunung Rodliyah, Recca Ayu Hapsari, Aditya Mahatidanar Hidayat, Lukmanul Hakim, Ade Oktariatas K


Fintech is one of the drivers of the existence of a movement to improve MSME finance, especially the lower middle class through Islamic financial institutions. The development of digital technology, including in the Islamic financial industry, has had a major influence with the existence of financial technology (fintech), all forms of transactions are faster, easier, and more efficient, without the need to meet in person. Financial technology collaboration with Islamic financial institutions, especially Islamic banking can increase financial inclusion at MSMEs in Indonesia. The implementation of Fintech in the Islamic banking industry will facilitate and bring business players closer, especially MSMEs to access Islamic financial service products offered and apply for financing directly without having to go directly to the branch offices. Such a model, in addition to making it easier for MSME sector business people to gain financial access, can also improve financial inclusion and improve the performance of Islamic banks. Efforts to increase the capacity of micro businesses that were originally unbankable can be increased to bankable. Where the role of related institutions such as banking and fintech, which is currently becoming popular in the community, can contribute and build micro businesses to become more independent and encourage economic development in Indonesia with the collaboration of banking institutions and micro businesses in financing.

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International Journal of Financial Research
ISSN 1923-4023(Print)ISSN 1923-4031(Online)


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