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Fasset partners with Mastercard to boost financial inclusion in Indonesia

By Leandra Monteiro

July 14, 2022

  • Digital Payments
  • Domestic Payments
  • Fasset Technologies Limited
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Mastercard, Fasset Fasset Technologies Limited, a global digital asset gateway in the Middle East, announced a collaboration with global payments technology company, Mastercard, to expand financial capabilities in Indonesia and create economic opportunities for the underserved segment.

Fasset and Mastercard will co-develop solutions to support and expand financial and digital capabilities across the country. As part of this, Mastercard will leverage its domestic and global insights to drive local adoption of new technologies that can improve access to critical financial services. Moreover, Fasset’s technological capabilities will help digitalise banking services for everyone.

“The world is changing at an unprecedented rate. With more people relying on digital assets and technologies to become resilient, there is a need for key players in the public and private sectors to come together to create solutions that can lead to new opportunities and solutions for wider financial inclusion. Mastercard is delighted to provide its solutions in digital payments and cyber-security for Fasset to support Indonesia’s efforts in financial inclusion and advance broader access to digital technologies,” said Navin Jain, Country Manager, Indonesia, Mastercard.

Fasset is focused on promoting “financial inclusion and democratising access to opportunity by enabling a new wave of digital asset owners in our target emerging markets”, said Hendra Suryakusuma, Country Director, Indonesia, Fasset. “Asset ownership is the strongest way to power healthy livelihoods and economies. Digital asset-driven remittance corridors can unleash a new wave of socioeconomic prosperity through unique product offerings that we’re diligently building.”

Fasset is investing in growing its digital products, developing training and education platforms to onboard the underserved segment to the formal economy. By working with Mastercard, Fasset will provide easy access to financial and digital tools that will help close the digital divide and improve the livelihood for communities.

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