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|Title: ||Analysis Differences Health Level Banking Methodyears 2006-2008 Using The Camels Method|
|Authors: ||Mufti, Julistia Tri|
|Keywords: ||health care banking|
|Issue Date: ||22-Nov-2009|
|Publisher: ||Indonesia University|
|Series/Report no.: ||The 4th International Conference on Business and Management Research (ICBMR) The I 4th Euro-Asia Conference;|
|Abstract: ||The bank is a financial institution that influences economic growth in Indonesia. Banks have the market share of 80% of the existing financial system. Because the size of the role of banks in Indonesia, the decision makers need to undertake an adequate evaluation of performance. One of the main sources of indicators that are used as the basis of performance assessment is a financial bank concerned.
Analysis tool in this research using a method that consists of CAMELS Capital (CAR), Asset (PPAP and NPL), Management (Management), Earning (NPM), Liquidity (LDR), and Sensitivity to Market Risk (or capital reserve which was formed to the fluctuation of interest rates and exchange rate fluctuations).
Methodology in this research using the data secondary aspects of the Capital, Asset, Liquidity, Earning and Sensitivity through the financial reports that banks have been in publication. For aspects of management, using primary data obtained through questionnaire research. The six variables are analyzed and compared in the period 2006 to 2008.
The results of research show for the year 2006 to year 2008 BNI still in the bank healthy. Asset quality shows NPL fewer than 5%. Quality level of performance management to grow. Rentability aspects of the occurrence of a significant increase in the aspects and sensitivity to market risk, interest rate fluctuation component entry in the bank healthy.|
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