The Effect Of Credit Risk, Capital Adequacy, Liquidity Risk On Financial Performance And Corporate Value
(Study Of Government Conventional Commercial Banks Recorded In Indonesia Stock Exchange)
This study aims to analyze the effect of credit risk, capital adequacy, liquidity risk on financial performance and corporate value in conventional government-owned commercial banks.
The research data was obtained from the financial statements of 2012-2017 Bank Rakyat Indonesia(BRI), the State Bank of Indonesia (BNI), Bank Mandiri, and the State Savings Bank (BTN) (Persero) Tbk, with a total sample of 96. The data were analyzed using PLS (Partial Least Square) through software SmartPLS 3.0.
The results of this study indicate that credit risk(NPL), Capital adequacy (CAR), liquidity risk (LDR) have a significant effect on financial performance (ROE), meanwhile there has no significant effect to corporate value (PER), liquidity risk (LDR) has a significant effect on corporate (PER), financial performance (ROE) has a significant effect on corporate value (PER).
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