The Bank of Indonesia (BoI) has decided to tighten regulations on derivatives and other structured products, according to Muliaman Hadad, the central bank's deputy governor. Hadad announced the bank's intent at the end of January in a statement that followed the implementation a few weeks earlier of restrictions on foreign exchange-based structured products.
The theme was first struck in November 2008, when the central bank passed regulations banning foreign exchange-based structured products. Wo
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