Good Corporate Governance, Capital Adequacy, Financing Risk, Profitability and Islamic Social Reporting (ISR) of Sharia Commercial Banks in Indonesia
WIJAYA, Dwi Indriani Fidiastutik
SULISTIYO, Agung Budi
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Aims: To empirically evaluate Sharia commercial banks in Indonesia for good corporate governance, capital adequacy, financing risk, profitability, and Islamic Social Reporting (ISR). Study Design: Explanatory research with a quantitative approach and using secondary data. Place and Duration of Study: Sharia commercial banks registered with the Financial Services Authority in the period 2015-2019. Methodology: The sample selection used a purposive sampling technique and resulted in 7 Sharia commercial banks. Data analyzed using path analysis with SmartPLS 3.0. The analysis only uses the inner model evaluation because each variable in this study only uses one proxy or one indicator. Results: Good corporate governance and capital adequacy affects financing risk, good corporate governance, capital adequacy, and financing risk affects profitability, financing risk affects Islamic Social Reporting (ISR), while good corporate governance, capital adequacy, and profitability do not affect Islamic Social Reporting (ISR). Conclusions: Management should be able to create good corporate governance, manage capital adequacy to mitigate financing risk so that it can generate optimal profits for conducting shariabased social activities and express it using the Islamic Social Reporting (ISR) as business transparency for stakeholders, thus increasing stakeholder confidence in the existence of Islamic commercial banks.
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