Indonesian bankers to be let out for good behaviour

Indonesian Finance Minister Bambang Sudibyo has asked IBRA for a list of cooperative bankers so they can be removed from an immigration blacklist and allowed to travel once again.

Indonesian Finance Minister Bambang Sudibyo has asked the Indonesian Bank Restructuring Agency to compile a list of bankers that have been cooperative in settling their debts to the government and so deserve to be removed from an immigration blacklist.

"A certain set of requirements should apply for releasing those bankers, one of them is that they should first be considered cooperative bankers," Sudibyo was quoted as saying in The Jakarta Post.

Around 150 banking executives, primarily from closed banks and accused of imprudent banking practices, were last year banned from leaving Indonesia.

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