Indonesian Community Survey Goes Digital for Better Financial Management
The study also revealed the resilience of the Indonesian people, especially the young generation in facing the economic challenges caused by the epidemic, where people find ways to manage their financial situation.
More than half of respondents are focusing on increasing savings or investing, especially among Millennials (59%) and Gen Z (57%). Gold is also considered a safe haven for long-term investments (57%), followed by stocks (38%), mutual funds (34%), and crypto or NFT assets (30%) . Millennials (39%) in particular, have plans to invest in real estate this year.
Riko said that it cannot be denied that the disease has increased the digital-first lifestyle among Indonesians, as can be seen from the preference for hassle-free, flexible, daily activities. contactless, and connected to the network.
“Visa is committed to continuing to support the growth of digital payments in Indonesia. We strive to continue to connect everyone to help build an open and inclusive economy, enabling businesses and people to thrive,” he said. said Riko.