Indonesia's Minister of Finance, Sri Mulyani, revealed two individuals that may be involved in the 349 trillion of suspicious transactions, surrounding The Ministry of Finance.
Minister Sri Mulyani said, that her revelations were based on the reports filed by the Indonesian Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (PPATK).
The first individual reportedly tied to the suspicious transaction, is a person with initials DY. A tax report filed by DY claimed they only had Rp38 billion, in assets but the PPATK report revealed that DY made transactions valued Rp8 trillion.
The other individual, is a person with initials SB.
According to tax reports from 2017 to 2019, SB owns shares in the BSI company, valued at Rp11,56 trillion. But according to the PPATK report, SB's actually had shares valued Rp11,77 trillion.
Indonesia's Finance Minister confirmed that SB had shares in the BSI company. She also said that if there is concrete evidence, then the company has to pay their dues and pay all of the necessary fines.