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THE COMPARISONS OF BANK FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE BETWEEN GOVERNMENT OWNED AND LISTED BANK IN INDONESIA

Djoko Suhardjanto, Yohana Sylvi Putri Ayu, Nurharjanto, Iwan Setiadi

DOI: 10.22495/cocv13i1c3p1

Abstract

This study aims to examine the differences of bank financial performance based on listing status and government ownership. The population of this study is 120 banks in Indonesia in 2011-2013, both listing and non listing bank. Sample used in this study consist of 75 listing banks and non listing banks, not including Islamic Bank and District Development Bank (Bank Pembangunan Daerah-BPD). The data is analyzed using independent sample test. The results show that (1) Non Performing Loan (NPL) rate in non government ownership bank is lower than NPL rate of government owned bank, and (2) NPL rate of listed bank is lower than NPL rate of non listed bank.

Keywords: Financial Performance, Non Performing Loan, Listing Status, Government Ownership

How to cite this paper: Suhardjanto, D., Putri Ayu, Y.S., Nurharjanto, Setiadi, I. (2015). The comparisons of bank financial performance between government owned and listed bank in Indonesia. Corporate Ownership & Control, 13(1-3), 345-350. http://dx.doi.org/10.22495/cocv13i1c3p1

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