作为此项交易的一部分，East Ventures，Beenos Plaza和Finch Capital已经退出了他们之前在Cermati的投资。Finch表示，其本次投资的资本回报率为2.7倍。
Cermati, an Indonesian fintech firm which helps customers research and sign up for credit cards, insurance, and loans, announced that it raised a series B round from Djarum Group, a cigarette manufacturer owned by the Hartono family. The size of the deal is undisclosed.
With a net worth of US$32.3 billion, brothers Budi and Michael Hartono are the richest people in Indonesia, according to Forbes.
Launched in 2015, Cermati has more than five million monthly visits. Beyond providing consumers with financial information, it also helps financial services improve user acquisition, onboarding, risk assessment and servicing through software.
As part of this deal, East Ventures, Beenos Plaza, and Finch Capital have exited their earlier investments in Cermati. Finch says it has made a return on capital of 2.7x.