Indonesia's OJK allows stock buyback without shareholder approval

Indonesia’s Financial Services Authority (OJK) said on Monday it has allowed listed companies to start buying back up to 20% of its share capital without seeking shareholder approval.

The OJK on Monday said the index faces “significant pressure” due to fear over the coronavirus spread and trigger the measure to help stabilise the stock market.

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