Indonesian c bank director given three years' jail

Heru Supraptomo, a director with the Indonesian central bank, was jailed for three years on Thursday after he was found guilty of corruptly failing to properly monitor insolvent banks during the regional financial crisis.

Source: Agence France-Presse

Supraptomo is the second central bank director jailed this week following the sentencing of fellow BI supervision director Hendro Budianto on Tuesday.

Supraptomo was guilty of "carrying out acts of corruption" as the director of banking supervision

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