The Relationship of Macro-risk Indicators, Internal Factors, and Risk Profile of Islamic Banking in Indonesia

Perdana Wahyu Santosa, Any Setianingrum, Nurul Huda

Abstract


This study is essential because Islamic banks have a higher NPF level than conventional banks and examine whether macroeconomic indicators (macro-risk), internal factors of banking (GCG-earnings-capital) risk profile correlate term Indonesian Islamic banking. The method used is the correlation analysis involving four macro-risk variables (Forex; BI rate; Inflation and GDP), three GEC variables (GCG; ROA, and CAR), and two risk profiles (FDR and NPF). The number of samples is the ten largest Indonesia sharia commercial banks with the 2011-2018 periods. This research finds that macroeconomic indicators positively correlate to non-performing financing (NPF). The GEC positively correlates to NPF and FDR; GEC is negatively correlated to macro-risk indicators. However, some indicators are negatively correlated, such as GDP-corporate governance, Forex-profitability, GDP-efficiency, BI rate-capital, and profitability-NPF. The study proposed managerial implications to understand the relationship between macroeconomic, internal factors, and risk profile in Islamic bank lending.

JEL: D02; G21, G32

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Santosa, P. W., Setianingrum, A., & Huda, N. (2020). The Relationship of Macro-risk Indicators, Internal Factors and Risk Profile of Islamic Banking in Indonesia. Etikonomi: Jurnal Ekonomi, 19(2), xx – xx. https://doi.org/10.15408/etk.v19i2.15528.


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Islamic bank; macroeconomic; bank health; non-performing financing

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