Who We Are
Saison International is the global business arm of Credit Saison. We were established in 2014 (previously as Credit Saison Asia Pacific) to accelerate our expansion into Southeast Asia.
We offer digitalized and localized financial services globally – with a sharp, present focus on Southeast Asia and India.
We unleash capital to underserved individuals and organisations through financial lending. Our portfolio cuts across various business verticals to meet the needs of individuals, SMEs, FinTechs and the underbanked.
Our venture arm of Credit Saison focusing on Seed to Series A companies across South East Asia and India.
We provide digitalized and localized financing services targeting the underserved.
Credit Saison India and Saison Indonesia are our subsidiaries that engage in digital lending activities, focusing on both the consumer and SME segments.
Besides India and Indonesia, we also have lending operations in other ASEAN countries, such as Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia, in the form of joint ventures or affiliates.
We approach untapped industries and regions through different investment vehicles.
Saison International houses strategic investments which are synergistic to the Group, besides functioning as the international HQ.
Saison Capital, our corporate venture capital arm invests in promising early stage start-ups across all sectors and geography.
Saison Investment Management focuses on debt investment to fintech lenders and aims to foster inclusive economic growth in emerging markets.
Accelerating the growth of global business by Strengthening the control function of India and Southeast Asia.
Indonesian peer-to-peer (P2P) lending firm Julo has bagged $80 million from the Japanese financial company Credit Saison. The deal comprises $30 million in equity investment and $50 million in debt funding, according to a statement on Julo’s website.
JULO is one of the earliest in Indonesia to offer virtual credit card services. It raised funding from the likes of Skystar Capital, Saratoga Investama.
Indonesia-based Julo has raised US$80 million in a new round of funding from Japanese financial firm Credit Saison. The deal – which includes a mix of debt funding and US$30 million in equity investment – is part of Credit Saison’s efforts to tap into markets outside its home turf.
Credit Saison accelerates JULO’s ambition to re-envision traditional cash loans in Indonesia with strategic $80M investment
The investment marks Credit Saison’s new strategy to accelerate the momentum of high-growth companies via a pairing of operational support and tactical capital.