Analysis of the Bank's Health Level and Its Effects on the Profitability of Sharia General Banks Listed in Indonesia's Financial Services Authority Period 2015-2018

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Wieta Chairunesia

Abstract

Aims: To analyze the level of health of sharia general banks in Indonesia and their effects on profitability.

Study Design: The research method used is quantitative descriptive research.

Place and Duration of Study: The sampling technique used was purposive sampling. The study was conducted a Sharia General Bank registered in the Indonesian Financial Services Authority with a research period of 2015-2018.

Methodology: The analytical method used is the inferential statistical analysis test using SmartPLS Professional 3.0 analysis tools, namely with a descriptive test, and inferential statistical analysis.

Results: Sharia Commercial Banks in the 2015-2018 period based on Non-Performing Finance (NPF) have a healthy predicate and have a negative significant effect on profitability. Based on the Fair to Healthy Ratio (FDR) predicate as Healthy, and no significant positive effect on profitability. Based on Good Corporate Governance (GCG) with a healthy predicate, and no significant positive effect on profitability. Based on Operating Efficiency Ratio (OER) with a healthy predicate, and a significant negative effect on profitability. Based on the Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR) which is categorized as Very Healthy, and no significant positive effect on profitability.

Conclusion: Generally, Islamic commercial banks are in good health. However, the achievement of this soundness level is carried out by always striving to comply with the provisions given by Bank Indonesia, not optimizing the available resources so that the bank remains in a healthy condition while meeting the criteria of Bank Indonesia.

Keywords:
Banks health level, RGEC, profitability, Islamic banks

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Chairunesia, W. (2020). Analysis of the Bank’s Health Level and Its Effects on the Profitability of Sharia General Banks Listed in Indonesia’s Financial Services Authority Period 2015-2018. Asian Journal of Economics, Business and Accounting, 17(3), 38-53. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajeba/2020/v17i330264
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