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KSEI director Supranoto Prajogo said that 73.61% of the investors had opened their accounts through fintech selling agents. “Therefore, digital platforms have become a means that many investors use to invest in the stock market,” he said.

JAKARTA: Indonesian portfolio investor numbers grew at a five-year high in 2021, as housebound millennials and Generation Zers flocked to the market, facilitated by fintech apps, latest Indonesian Central Securities Depository (KSEI) data show.

The KSEI reported that the total number of portfolio investors – indicated by the number of single investor identities (SIDs) – reached 7.35 million as of Dec 17, marking an increase of 89.58% from last year.

This growth rate is the highest since 2016, when investor numbers grew 105.9% annually to 434,107, similar data showed.

KSEI director Supranoto Prajogo said that 73.61% of the investors had opened their accounts through fintech selling agents. “Therefore, digital platforms have become a means that many investors use to invest in the stock market,” he said.

Many young Indonesians picked up day trading and portfolio investments during the pandemic to make use of longer at-home times and to alleviate job security concerns as businesses implemented work-from-home policies and reduced staff costs.

Aside from mutual funds, bonds and stocks, Indonesians are also investing in cryptocurrencies.

The rise of young retail investors led to a growth spurt for investment start-ups, which took 24% of the US$904mil (RM3.79bil) fintech funding in Indonesia this year, second only to the 36% that went to payment platforms, according to the 2021 edition of the FinTech in Asean report.

An overwhelming majority of investors, 6.7 million held mutual funds, followed by those holding stocks at 3.41 million and the rest holding government bonds at 607,493, the KSEI data showed.

The majority of investors, around 60%, were under 30 years old, while 21.52% of the total were between 31 and 40 years old, Prajogo added.

Some 32.88% of investors were employees, either a private employee or civil servant, the data showed. Students made up 27.82%. Over half of investors earned between 10 million rupiah (US$703.63 or RM2,946) and 100 million (RM29,458). – The Jakarta Post/ANN


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