The Indonesian businessman whose capital infusions rescued an ailing San Francisco Co. invested another $3.5 million in the banking company last year-increasing his ownership to 97%.

But because he didn't commit another $1 million, Putra Masagung did not receive warrants promised under a February 1996 agreement. The investor did receive preferred stock, which was converted to common stock in December.

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