Different Types of Sukuk in Companies Listed in Bei

11R. Susanto, 2R. Achmad Drajat Aji Sujai, 3Sari Dewi Oktari, 4Rizal Ramdan Padmakusumah

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Abstract:

One form of Islamic financial instruments that have been widely published either by the corporation or by state is sukuk. For issuers, issue Islamic bonds (sukuk) means also utilize certain opportunity. The Issuer may acquire a broader funding sources, both conventional and Islamic investors. Moreover, the innovative structure of Islamic bonds also offer an opportunity to gain a competitive capital cost and benefit. This study aims to determine the effect of different types of Islamic bonds (sukuk) in companies listed on the Stock Exchange. The method used by the researchers is to test the diversity using chi-square statistic with data collection based on the financial statements of some companies listed on the Stock Exchange. The results showed.

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Innovation leadership, Middle-vocational leader, TVET, Skills

Paper Details
Month2
Year2020
Volume24
IssueIssue 2
Pages3658-3661