ABOUT US

Oriente was established in 2017 by the co-founders of revolutionary internet companies Skype and LU.com who saw an opportunity to build a better, more equitable financial system for underserved consumers in Asia’s fastest-growing economies.

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OUR SECRET SAUCE

Our way of developing meaningful financial solutions designed to democratize access to credit.

People

who are highly talented and excited to take risks.

Our People

Technology

that is at the cutting-edge and innovative by design. 

Our Products

Partners

that are local, at the forefront and share our vision.

Our Partners

OUR PARTNERS

We partner with companies who share our vision of a future that is financially fair and inclusive. We are proud to have forged strategic partnerships with the largest, most diversified and respected local conglomerates in Indonesia and the Philippines.

OUR PRODUCTS

Bespoke to each market and designed and built locally to bring greater access and equality to millions of financially underserved consumers, empowering them to do more. Through our strategic partnerships, we will offer a range of lending products and services. Initially, these will include app-based financing solutions for consumer goods.

OUR PEOPLE

SENIOR LEADERSHIP TEAM

OUR OFFICES

CAREERS

Unlock growth potential; deliver purposeful impact

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NEWS

Stay updated on our journey

- ImpactAlpha onJune 11, 2018

Only about 30% of Filipinos have a bank account and to access credit, they often have to resort to predatory lenders and pay punishingly high interest rates.

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- Philippine Daily Inquirer onJune 07, 2018

Gokongwei-led JG Summit Holdings and Hong Kong-based global financial services and technology firm Oriente are jointly investing at least P10 billion in rolling out Cashalo, a new mobile lending platform that offers cheaper credit to people who are not served by the formal banking system.

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- The Philippine Star onJune 07, 2018

Gokongwei-owned JG Summit Holdings Inc. and Hong Kong-based Oriente are pouring in P10 billion over the next three years to build and expand the reach of Cashalo, a mobile application that provides on-demand access to loans to Filipinos.

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