Title: The Effect of Third Party Funds, Financing to Deposit Ratio and Non Performing Financing toward Financing and its Impact on Profitability of Indonesian Sharia Banking (Studies at Sharia Commercial Banks Period 2011-2015)

Authors:  Evi Maulida Yanti1, Muhammad Arfan2, Hasan Basri3

 DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.18535/afmj/v3i1.03

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1Master of Accounting, Syiah  Kuala University, Indonesia.

2.3Faculty of Economics and Business, Syiah  Kuala University, Indonesia.

         

Abstract

This study aims to examine the influence of third party funds, financing to deposit ratio and non performing financing toward financing and its impact on profitability of Indonesia sharia banking. This study is a hypothesis testing research and the data are collected through the financial statements of each bank from 2011 to 2015 on the official website. The population in this study is 57. The results show that (1) third party funds, financing to deposit ratio, and non performing financing affect financing of Sharia Commercial Banks in Indonesia, (2) financing mediates the influence of third party funds, financing to deposit ratio, and non performing financing on profitability of Sharia Commercial Bank in Indonesia.

        

            DOI ETJ : 10.18535/etj

      DOI AFMJ : 10.18535/afmj

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