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The ABC’s and ESG of Sharia Fintech: Dima Djani of ALAMI

Published on August 16, 2021

Original Post by Indo Tekno Podcast

“50% of our borrowers are non-Muslim”, states Dima Djani, CEO of leading Sharia finance platform ALAMI.

Sharia banking’s broad appeal to millennials with its “transparency, social impact, and prudent and responsible qualities” should raise its weighting in Indonesia’s banking sector from 6% currently to a government target of 15% by 2023. Join us as Dima outlines ALAMI’s plans to triple business in 2022 in pursuit of dominance in financial technology across the broader Muslim world.

AC Ventures (ACV) is a top Southeast Asian venture capital firm that invests in early-stage startups focused on Indonesia and ASEAN, with over US$500 million in assets under management. The firm's mission is to empower entrepreneurs with more than just capital by combining operational experience, industry knowledge, deep local networks, and resources. ACV's team has invested in over 120 tech companies in the region since 2012. With a team of more than 35 professionals led by Adrian Li, Michael Soerijadji, Helen Wong, and Pandu Sjahrir, it has offices in Jakarta and Singapore.

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