Bank Jago Plans for Sharia Services and MSME Financing This Year
For Bank Jago, the Islamic and MSME market have promising opportunities for digital financial services
Aside from gradual integration with the Gojek ecosystem, PT Bank Jago Tbk (IDX: ARTO) is also preparing to extend the coverage of digital banking services in 2021.
This year, Bank Jago targeted the middle income and mass market segment, including MSMEs and retail (consumer), both conventional and sharia.
Bank Jago's President Director, Kharim Indra Gupta Siregar revealed that they will be focused on two things, digital-based sharia services and lending through digital platforms for MSMEs.
The following is an extension of DailySocial's exclusive interview with Kharim Indra Gupta Siregar and Bank Jago Commissioner Anika Faisal.
Sharia digital banking
Currently, Bank Jago is exploring whether this digital sharia will be presented in a new app or just an additional service in an existing one, Jago App. The company has considered several things regarding this development.
Kharim thought, today's Islamic banking products in Indonesia tend to be associated as different products from its parent company, which in fact is a conventional bank. This is the factor that makes the new sharia services development to follow the conventional way.
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