Elin Erlina Sasanti
Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Mataram

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PENGARUH PROFIT MARGIN, INVESTMENT TURNOVER, EQUITY MULTIPLIER TERHADAP RETURN ON EQUITY Animah, Animah; Sasanti, Elin Erlina; Karina, Nina
Jurnal Telaah dan Riset Akuntansi Vol 2, No 2 (2009): Jurnal Telaah & Riset Akuntansi
Publisher : Program Magister Akuntansi Unsyiah

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The title of this research is The Influence of Profit Margin, Investment Turnover, Equity Multiplier toward the Return on Equity of Bank Pembangunan Daerah (BPD) in all over of Indonesia from the year of 2002 to 2006. The objectives of this research are 1) Is there any significant influence among profit margin, investment turnover, and equity multiplier simultaneously toward the return on equity at BPD all over Indonesia in the range of year of 2002-2006. 2) Is there any significant influence among profit margin, investment turnover, and equity multiplier partially toward the return on equity at BPD all over Indonesia in the range of year of 2002 to 2006.The sampling technique used in this research was purposive sampling with judgment and the sampling obtained by using this technique were 16 BPDs. The data analysis method used in this research was the multiple linear regressions.The analysis results showed that there were significant influence simultaneously (89,6%) and partially (less than 0.05%) for all the variables toward the return on equity.Keyword :  Profit  Margin, Investment  Turnover, Equity Multiplier  and Return on Equity
Bank Risk Profile, Good Corporate Governance And Company Values in Banking Companies Go Public in Indonesia Cahyaningtyas, Susi Retna; Sasanti, Elin Erlina; Husnaini, Wahidatul
Journal of Economics, Business & Accountancy Ventura Vol 20, No 1 (2017): April - July 2017
Publisher : STIE Perbanas Surabaya

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The latest Bank Indonesia Regulation No.14/18/PBI/2012 requires bank to have minimum capital of 8%-14% depends on the risk profile of each bank. Therefore, the main objective of this research is to assess whether the total of inherent risk profile of each bank meets the terms of this regulation. In addition, this study aims to examine the impact of inherent risk profile and GCG on the banking company value. The sample in this study is determined by purposive sampling method and resulted in 24 banks or 72 observations during 2011-2013. The results showed that 23 banks had low risk and low to moderate risk, and only one bank had moderate risk. The results also showed that inherent risk profile rating is equivalent to capital adequacy. In other words, inherent risk profile of these banks have complied with Bank Indonesia Regulation No.14/18/PBI/2012. Furthermore, this study indicated that GCG has significant and positive influence on the company value, while the inherent risk has no influence on the company value. Overall, this study suggest that go public banks in Indonesia are one of good alternative means of investment for its soundness as reflected by the fulfillment of minimum capital ratio required by the regulator.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) dan Reputasi Perusahaan Husnaini, Wahidatul; Sasanti, Elin Erlina; Cahyaningtyas, Susi Retna
Jurnal Aplikasi Akuntansi Vol 2 No 2 (2018): JAA - Jurnal Aplikasi Akuntansi, April 2018
Publisher : Program Studi Diploma III Akuntansi Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis Universitas Mataram

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Unethical and irresponsibilty behaviour has recently led to an increasing popularity of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) worldwide. CSR is considered not only focusing on the right business but also emphasizing the business responsibility for dynamic environmental change. The reputation of companies that engage in CSR activities will likely improve in the eyes of stakeholders as stakeholders obtain information regarding the company's activities or products presented in the CSR report, which in turn could indirectly affects the reputation. This study aims to analzye whether  the CSR activities carreid out by the company will improve reputation.  Research sample consists of 36 non banking and financial institution company listed in Indonesian Stock Exchange (BEI) period 2013-2015 who was declared as winner of Sustainability Report Award (SRA) 2016. The result of hypothesis testing based on simple linear regression indicate that CSR has negative effect to company reputation.
PENGUNGKAPAN ANTI KORUPSI DAN KINERJA KEUANGAN PERUSAHAAN: STUDI KASUS PERUSAHAAN TERDAFTAR DI INDEKS SRI KEHATI Karim, Nina Karina; Animah, A; Sasanti, Elin Erlina
Jurnal Riset Akuntansi Vol 15 No 2 (2016): Jurnal Riset Akuntansi, Desember 2016
Publisher : Jurusan Akuntansi Fakultas Ekonomi Dan Bisnis Universitas Mataram

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Corruption within the corporation has become an important issue in the academic and public debate. The negative consequences caused by companies that engage in corruption are enormous, such as market distortion and incentives, resource allocation inefficiencies, as well as the increased of poverty and social inequality. Companies have the opportunity through a corporate responsibility (CSR) to prevent the problem of corruption. As important as labor, human and environmental rights, corruption mitigation is an important aspect in promoting CSR. CSR can be profitable in sales revenue and market share by improving the perception of ethical corporate customers. However, with the involvement of corruption, it can reduce the confidence of investors and the public against the company which may result in reduced financial performance. The purpose of this study is to determine empirically the correlation of anti-corruption disclosure reported by the companies listed in the Sri Kehati Index and FTSEGoods Bursa Malaysia Index on their financial performance, both the short and long term. The results showed that only the whistle blowing policies were fully disclosed by all companies in the sample of this study. The results also show that the disclosure of anti-corruption has significant influence on the company's profitability only in the long term for companies registered in Sri Kehati Indonesia index. As for the sample of companies registered in Malaysia FTSEGoods Index, the results showed that the disclosure of anti-corruption affect the company's financial performance both in the short term and in the long term. This implies that investors were responding to the anti corruption issues disclosed by the companies and companies should keep the disclosure practice in the future. Keywords: anti-corruption, corporate social responsibility, disclosure, financial performance.
EKSPOSUR RISIKO INSTRUMEN DERIVATIF, VOLATILITAS NILAI PERUSAHAAN DAN OPINI AUDIT GOING CONCERN Izzakiah, Nurul; Akram, Akram; Sasanti, Elin Erlina
Jurnal Riset Akuntansi Vol 16 No 1 (2017): Aksioma - Accounting Journal Research, Juni 2017
Publisher : Jurusan Akuntansi Fakultas Ekonomi Dan Bisnis Universitas Mataram

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The objective of this study is to determine the influence of derivative instruments risk exposure to the volatility of the company. This study also aimed to determine the influence of the volatility of the company on the going concern audit opinion as well as the influence of derivative instruments risk exposure on the going concern audit opinion with volatility of the company as intervening variable. Derivative instruments risk exposure variable in the study is represented by the cost of capital, short- term liquidity, fluctuations in earnings and debt levels. The sample consisted of 28 companies listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX). Hypotheses testing for the first model based on multiple regression analysis suggest that the cost of capital, short-term liquidity, fluctuations in earnings and debt levels has no significant influence on the volatility of the company. Hypotheses testing for the second model also suggest that the volatility of the company do not affect the going concern audit opinion. However, the results based on path analysis suggest that short-term liquidity; fluctuations in earnings and debt levels indirectly influence the going concern audit opinion with the volatility of the company as an intervening variable.
PENERAPAN MANAJEMEN RESIKO BANK, TATA KELOLA PERUSAHAAN DAN KINERJA PERUSAHAAN PERBANKAN INDONESIA Cahyaningtyas, Susi Retna; Sasanti, Elin Erlina
Jurnal Aplikasi Akuntansi Vol 3 No 2 (2019): JAA - Jurnal Aplikasi Akuntansi, April 2019
Publisher : Program Studi Diploma III Akuntansi Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis Universitas Mataram

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Bank as one of the financial institutions in Indonesia is demanded by its owners and shareholders to have good performance in order to continuously increase the value of the company. In order to improve performance, companies must be able to analyze the risks that might occur by implementing risk management. However, good risk management is not adequate to describe the good performance of banks if the banking sector has not been well implemented the GCG. This study aims to examine the effect of risk management and Good Corporate Governance (GCG) on company performance. Research conducted on companies from the banking sector included in 50 top companies list with highest CG score based on the IICD version in 2017. Risk management in this study is measured by four ratios, namely the NPL ratio to measure credit risk, NIM to measure market risk, LDR to measure risk liquidity and BOPO to measure operational risk. GCG in this study is measured by the results of GCG implementation assessment based on the ASEAN CG Scorecard. ROA and Tobin’s Q, measure the company’s performance as the dependent variable in this study. The results showed that only NPL, NIM and BOPO had a significant effect on company performance that was proxied by ROA and only LDR, BOPO and GCG that had a significant effect on company performance, which was proxied with Tobin's Q.
KONSEKUENSI MANAJEMEN LABA, TATA KELOLA DAN TANGGUNGJAWAB SOSIAL TERHADAP REPUTASI PERUSAHAAN Cahyaningtias, Susi Retna; Husnaini, Wahidatul; Sasanti, Elin Erlina; Effendy, Lukman; Hudaya, Robith
Jurnal Riset Akuntansi Vol 16 No 2 (2017): Aksioma - Accounting Journal Research, December 2017
Publisher : Jurusan Akuntansi Fakultas Ekonomi Dan Bisnis Universitas Mataram

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The objective of this study is to examine the earnings management consequences, good corporate governance, and corporate social responsibility toward company reputation. Research population is manufacturing companies listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange during 2013-2014. Pursuant to purposive sampling method, the study obtained 31 companies as sample of the study since not many companies have reputation data. The result of the study found that only good corporate governance improves the company’s reputation, while earnings management consequences and corporate social responsibility were found to have no influence on company reputation.  
RELEVANSI NILAI PENGUNGKAPAN INSTRUMEN KEUANGAN PERBANKAN INDONESIA: TELAAH PSAK 60 (REVISI 2014) Karim, Nina Karina; Sasanti, Elin Erlina; Indriani, Eni; Lenap, Indria Puspitasari; Widyastuti, Widyastuti
Jurnal Riset Akuntansi Vol 17 No 1 (2018): Aksioma - Accounting Journal Research, Juni 2018
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For go public banking entity, applying PSAK 60 (revised 2014) regarding disclosure of financial instruments in the financial statements is a necessity in order to provide information to readers of financial statements. Disclosure and presentation of information is a fundamental effort to provide information on financial statements for users of financial information. To be useful, accounting information must be relevant to meet the needs of users of financial statements in the decision making process. The purpose of this study is to examine the increased relevance of the value of disclosure of financial instruments after PSAK 60 (revised 2014) to banking company listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange before and after PSAK 60 (revised 2014) is effective on 1 January 2015. The findings of this study indicated that somehow the quality of information disclosure of financial instrument has relevance to the decisions investors as reflected by the stock price. This is shown by the positive coefficient direction although the value of financial instrument disclosure coefficients shows the influence of financial instruments is not statistically significant, which indicates that the results of this study support the value relevance theory, whereby the higher level of financial instrument disclosure in the financial statements the higher the market value of equity firms.
KEPEMILIKAN ULTIMAT, TINGKAT RISIKO, EFISIENSI DAN KINERJA PADA INDUSTRI PERBANKAN SYARIAH DI INDONESIA Lenap, Indria Puspitasari; Karim, Nina Karina; Sasanti, Elin Erlina
Jurnal Riset Akuntansi Vol 17 No 2 (2018): Aksioma - Accounting Journal Research, Desember 2018
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The aim of this paper is to define ultimate ownership and empirically verified the differences of risk rate, efficiency and performance on Shari’ah Banking Industry with ultimate ownership held by Indonesian national governmental banks, local governmental banks, block shareholding private insititutions, concentrated private banks, mixed foreign and domestic banks, foreign banks and family banks. This research object is Shari’ah Banks were listed in Indonesian Stock Exchange in the year of 2015-2017, with 36 observation unit. The data shown that the concentrated private and foreign banks, mixed foreign and domestic banks and family banks as ultimate ownership hold 75% ownership, whereas Indonesian national governmental banks and local governmental banks only have 25% ownership. This finding according to Claessens et al. (2000), Siregar (2008), Abbas et al. (2009), Surifah (2011), Chalid (2013), Susilowati and Sanjaya (2015), Lingmin (2016), Novado and Hartomo (2017). Conversely with Faccio and Lang (2002). Using statistical analysis Kruskal Wallis Test, We found the differences in risk rate (measured by FDR and CAR), efficiency (measured by NIM) and performance (measured by ROE). Based on risk rate, efficiency and general banking performance. The best banks performance are concentrated private banks. The determine of these results were strict supervision by shareholders, maanger competency, company reputation and large flow of funds. Otherwise, local governmental banks are the worst. We identify the determine of these results were the lack of supervision from government as a shareholders, incompetent management, less of inovation and promotion and low of aggressiveness to attract the customer.   Keywords : Shari’ah Banks, Ultimate Ownership, Risk Rate, Efficiency, Performance.