Jakarta – Bareskrim Polri has uncovered a case of alleged corruption at the Central Java Bank, which is suspected to have cost the state Rp 500 billion. The case is the alleged corruption and money laundering of project credit at Bank Jateng Jakarta Branch from 2017-2019.
“This case file has been declared complete by the Attorney General’s Office,” said Deputy Director of Corruption Crimes at the Criminal Investigation Agency, Commissioner Cahyono Wibowo at his office, Jakarta, Monday, December 27, 2021.
Cahyono said the first suspect was the former head of Bank Jateng Jakarta Branch, Bina Mardjani. Bareskrim suspected that Bina had approved project credits that were not in accordance with applicable regulations and allowed project credit funds to be used inconsistently with the original purpose. Bareskrim suspects that Bina received a fee of 1 percent of the disbursed project value from the debtor. Bareskrim suspects that Bina’s actions have cost the state more than IDR 307.9 billion.
Meanwhile, the second suspect is the Director of PT Garuda Technology, Bambang Supriyadi. Bareskrim suspects that Bambang engineered the project work contract to apply for credit to the Jakarta branch of Bank Jateng. He is suspected of having paid Bina Mardjani three times, totaling Rp 1.6 billion. Bareskrim suspects that Bambang has cost the state more than Rp 174 billion.
Bareskrim ensnared both of them with Article 2 and Article 3 of the Law on the Eradication of Corruption Crimes and Article 3 of the Law on the Eradication of Money Laundering.
Bareskrim also named three suspects in the corruption case in the distribution of home ownership loans at Bank Jateng Blora Branch. The first suspect, former Head of BPD Central Java 2017-2019 Rudatin Pamungkas; Director of PT Gading Mas Properti Ubaydillah Rouf; and Director of PT Lentera Emas Raya, Teguh Kristianto. State losses in this case are estimated at Rp. 115.5 billion.