BOJ panel recommends staff transaction ban

An advisory panel to the Bank of Japan has said BOJ officials should be barred from most types of financial transactions.

The recommendation by the advisory panel came after BoJ governor Toshihiko Fukui came under criticism recently for investing in a fund started by indicted financier Yoshiaki Murakami.

The panel said central bank officials who attend policy board meetings should be prohibited from engaging in any type of transactions involving financial products, except time deposits, seven

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