Middle East & Africa Digital Lending platform market is expected to gain a considerable market growth in the Post-Pandemic Covid-19 years ahead. The Pandemic accelerated existing trends in remote work, e-commerce, and automation in all industries including the banking industry. According to Data Bridge Market Research analyses that the market is growing at a CAGR of 17.4% in the forecast period of 2021 to 2027 and is expected to reach USD 1,482.10 million by 2027. Growth in financial sector is a driving factor for the market growth and increasing growth in digitalization and high penetration of internet services and consequently digital lending is expected to witness an unprecedented increase in default rates.
High penetration of internet services drives the market. Lack of digital literacy in some parts of the MEA region and the slow pace of Covid-vaccination are acting as a restrain in some countries in this market. Governments taking initiatives to move towards digitalization is creating new opportunities for the Middle East & Africa digital lending platform market.
Technology will act as a stimulus for innovation and risk mitigation, and it would be an essential priority for Banks and Fintech companies
Lending platform market in this region is segmented into banking, financial services, insurance companies, P2P (peer-to-peer) lenders, credit unions, saving and loan associations. Banking dominates this segment as solutions such as loan origination, Debt Collection and loan managements which are major applications of digital lending platforms are usually being utilized by banks considering better services offered to the customers. Also, other solutions such as portfolio management can also be done by banks using lending platforms.
For Banks and Fintech companies in this region that will lend digitally, technology will act as a stimulus for innovation and risk mitigation, and it would be an essential priority for them. By focusing on data science and analytics, the risk of fraud and delinquencies can be removed, and it will enable the consumers to drive forward through credit complexities due to the pandemic. It would be vital for fintech to ensure that they can provide services to the consumers as per their need once the pandemic subsides. Therefore the automated processes implementation for gaining insight into the eligibility and facilitating rapid processing would be the ultimate factor for their success.
Relational is a leader in Digital lending software solution market. We take pride in servicing our existing and new customers with providing solutions that helps lenders to identify process efficiencies, customise workflows, and comply with regulatory changes. We provide multi-channel, platform independent solutions, built to serve a wide variety of financial products and handles credit products decisioning, origination, management and collection processes.
Especially with P2P (peer-to-peer) lenders, credit unions, saving and loan associations, the amounts of individual loans can be very low and the number of loans very high. Our solutions can handle those high transaction volumes cost efficiently and provide the lenders with all regulatory and management reporting, which is one of our key competitive advantages.
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