The report titled “Competition Benchmarking: Indonesia Peer-to-Peer Lending Market Outlook to 2024” provides a comprehensive analysis of Indonesia Peer-to-Peer Lending platform operators. The report covers various aspects including market overview, value chain analysis, market evolution, the market size of Peer-to-Peer Lending platforms on the basis of loans disbursed and market segmentation by location of loans disbursed in and outside Java, regulatory framework impacting the Indonesia market and competition landscape. The report concludes with market projections for future and analyst recommendations highlighting the major opportunities and cautions for Indonesia Peer-to-Peer lending market.
Indonesia Peer-to-Peer Lending Market Overview
The Indonesia Peer-to-Peer the lending market was observed to be at a nascent stage since the market was established in 2016 driven by a need to serve the under-banked and underserved businesses and customers in the remote regions of Indonesia. The regulations brought out by the Indonesian Financial Services Authority in 2016 outlined the operational and financial requirements for Peer-to-Peer lending platforms to operate. The market is fragmented with more than 100 platform operators currently registered with the OJK. The improvements in technology and internet connectivity will drive more platforms to establish and reach more customers.
Indonesia Peer-to-Peer Lending Market Size
Indonesia Peer-to-Peer Lending market size has seen major growth since its inception in 2016. The improvement in credit assessment techniques and the use of Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning techniques has driven the increase in borrower base due to more approvals. The Non-performing loans have also been at par with the Indonesian banks and in some cases lower. The number of platform operators has also nearly doubled every year and is poised to grow similarly in the future.
The types of loans disbursed by these platforms are Working Capital loans, Consumptive loans, and Investment loans. Working capital loans occupy the major share for the type of loans since these loans are mostly disbursed to MSMEs.
Indonesia Peer-to-Peer Lending Market Segmentation
By Location of Loan Disbursed (Inside Java and Outside Java)
Loans disbursed inside Java dominated the Indonesia Peer-to-Peer lending market in 2018. Presence of established internet and mobile phone penetration in Java drove the loan disbursement in Java to be higher than outside Java.
Comparative Landscape in Indonesia Peer-to-Peer Lending Market
The Peer-to-Peer lending market in Indonesia was observed to be fragmented with presence of a few international players from countries like China, Malaysia and Singapore. It is relatively easier to enter into the Indonesian market as OJK has laid out guidelines to establish and operate. OJK also tests the operational reliability of the platforms for fraud susceptibility and platform failures due to technology. Investree, Modalku, and Koinworks were the one of the first companies to gain OJK license and operate in Indonesia. Platforms compete with each other on parameters such as total loans disbursed, loans outstanding, Non-performing loans, and borrower and lenders registered on their platforms.
Indonesia Peer-to-Peer Lending Market Future Outlook and Projections
It is further estimated that the Indonesia Peer-to-Peer lending market in terms of total loans disbursed will register a high CAGR growth for the period 2019-2024. The market is forecasted to grow owing to increased mobile phone and internet penetration to remote areas, increased financial and digital literacy, increase in e-commerce activity leading to more vendors opting for working capital loans, an influx of more operating platforms and greater partnerships of platforms with institutional investors such as banks and financial institutions.