The Indonesian government implemented a joint recapitalization program in 1999 to aid some of its private banks struggling with the effects of the Asian Economic Crisis. Nine banks were eligible, and seven ultimately participated. The program was voluntary; in order to participate, bank managers had to pass a test proving that they were competent enough to run their bank and create a three-year plan for the bank’s operations subject to independent assessment. All of the bank participants were able to return to the 4% minimum capital adequacy ratio by the end of the program.
Unnava, Vaasavi and Smith, Ariel
"Indonesia Joint Recapitalization of 1999,"
The Journal of Financial Crises: Vol. 3
Iss. 3, 169-193.
Available at: https://elischolar.library.yale.edu/journal-of-financial-crises/vol3/iss3/11