Mirza Adityaswara has been handed a full five-year term as senior deputy governor at Bank Indonesia last week, nine months after he was first appointed on a one-year deal.
Adityaswara joined the central bank in October 2013 as part of a leadership shake-up that saw four of the six members of the board of governors replaced. He was, however, only appointed on a short-term contract, due to expire later this year.
On July 25, the central bank announced that Adityaswara would be retained for an addi
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