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Pengaruh Risiko Usaha terhadap Permodalan pada Bank Umum Swasta Nasional Devisa Konvensional

Utama, Hendra (2021) Pengaruh Risiko Usaha terhadap Permodalan pada Bank Umum Swasta Nasional Devisa Konvensional. Undergraduate thesis, STIE Perbanas Surabaya.

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Abstract

CAR is an indicator used to measure bank capital adequacy. Capital for banks is used to absorb losses arising from banking activities, and as the basis for several policies issued by Bank Indonesia. The study aims to determine the effect of the independent variables LDR, IPR, NPL, APB, IRR, PDN, BOPO, and FBIR, both simultaneously and partially have a significant effect on CAR and which variable has the most dominant influence on CAR. This study uses secondary data taken from financial reports from Quarter I, 2015 to Quarter II, 2020 at Conventional Foreign Exchange National Private Banks. The sample consisted of Bank Capital Indonesia, Bank China Cosntuction and Bank Victoria Internasional. The data were processed using SPSS Statistics 2.1 for windows and the F test to see the effect simultaneously and the t test to see the effect partially. The results show that LDR, IPR, NPL, APB, IRR, PDN, BOPO, and FBIR simultaneously have a significant effect on CAR. LDR, NPL, APB, IRR, PDN, BOPO, and FBIR partially have a negative and insignificant effect on CAR. IPR partially has a positive and insignificant effect on CAR Keywords : Liquidity Risk, Market Risk, Credit Risk, Operational Risk, and Capital

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects: 300 - SOCIAL SCIENCE > 332.12 - BANKS & BANKING
Divisions: Bachelor of Management
Depositing User: HENDRA UTAMA
Date Deposited: 07 Apr 2021 14:48
Last Modified: 07 Apr 2021 14:48
URI: http://eprints.perbanas.ac.id/id/eprint/7691

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