Launched in 2015, our mission is to uplift societies in Southeast Asia by creating financial opportunities for everyone. As SMEs are the backbone of our economies, we are committed to solving the SME financing gap in the region, while providing a convenient and short-term fixed-income investment option to individuals and institutions.
An eligible business applies for business financing by submitting the necessary details.
Our credit and risk teams review each application objectively and fairly.
Our established investor network crowdfunds the business financing on the platform.
After crowdfunding, the funds get disbursed to the business immediately.
Not sure which one fits you? Check more options on our borrow page.
”We are very grateful to Funding Societies for providing us with short-term financing solutions when we needed it the most, helping us improve our cashflow and grow our business further.”
Borrower, Mohd Shafiq Aiman Bin Zainal
"Funding Societies gave me an excellent experience with P2P Investments. They have great service and remain transparent in communication and notifications. Investing with FS has diversified my portfolio as well!"
Investor, Ryan Tan
Find out how we started, what drives us, and how we’re growing as a community.
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Check out our statistics page to get interesting insight into how we have grown and the activity on the platform.
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+603 2202 1013
Unit 15.01 & Unit 15.02, Level 15,
Mercu 3, KL Eco City, Jalan Bangsar,
59200 Kuala Lumpur
Registered with Securities Commission Malaysia.
Modalku Ventures Sdn Bhd 201601019329 (1190266X)
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Funding Societies is a P2P financing platform registered with Securities Commission Malaysia. It does not fall under the jurisdiction of Bank Negara Malaysia. Therefore, financing products of Funding Societies should not be constructed as business loan, SME loan, micro loan, term loan or any other loans offered by banks in Malaysia and it is to be deemed as an investment note as defined in the Guidelines on Recognised Markets.