An Indonesian shopping center magnate has come to the aid of Bank of San Francisco again, but the bank still must raise another $1.1 million to appease regulators.

Putra Masagung of Indonesia, who owns 95% of the San Francisco Co., the bank's holding company, contributed $4.3 million in new capital to the company in the second quarter. However, that, together with $400,000 contributed by the holding company, was not enough to satisfy state regulators, who have demanded that the bank raise at least $5.8 million in new capital.

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