PERBANDINGAN KINERJA KEUANGAN BERDASARKAN KATEGORI BUKU

Irena Anindita Setiahani, Raditya Sukmana

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The existence of a financial intermediary institution (banking) is very important in a modern economic system. Banking as a business entity engaged in the field of finance or financial needs trust from customers to support and facilitate the activities it does. This study aims to determine the presence or absence of CAR, BOPO, LDR, ROA differences between syariah banks in the book category 1 and book 2.. Population in this research is 11 Syariah Commercial Banks in Indonesia year 2015-2017. Given the number of population is still within the range of research, the sampling is done by census method, that is, the entire population member as the research sample. The analysis technique used is independent-samples t test. The test results indicate that there is a difference of Capital Adequacy Ratio between Book 1 and Book 2 on Sharia Public Bank which go public. So it can be concluded that there is a difference between the average CAR between Book 1 and Book 2 on Sharia Public Bank which go public. There is a difference of Operational Expense to Operational Income between Book 1 and Book 2 at the Public Bank of Sharia which go public. So it can be concluded that there is an average difference between BOPO Book 1 and Book 2 on the Sharia Public Bank which go public. There is a difference of Loan to Deposits Ratio between Book 1 and Book 2 on the Sharia Public Bank which goes public. So it can be concluded that there is a difference between the average LDR between Book 1 and Book 2 on Sharia Public Bank which go public. There is no difference in Return On Assets between Book 1 and Book 2 on Sharia Public Banks that go public. So it can be concluded that there is no difference in average ROA between Book 1 and Book 2 on Sharia Public Bank which go public.

Keywords: Capital Adequacy Ratio, Operational Expense to Operating Income, Loan to Deposits Ratio, and Return On Assets


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