Corporate Governance in Post-Global Financial Crisis: Case Study of Indonesia State-Owned Bank
Muhammad Bayu Aji Sumantri, Neneng Susanti, Vincentia Wahju Widajatun
The objective to be achieved in this study is to determine the extent of the influence of corporate governance on banking performance in the aftermath of the global financial crisis in 2008. The secondary data type is in the form of corporate financial statements. In measuring company performance, researchers used Return of Equity data that started from 2010 to 2019. Then, in measuring corporate governance, we focused on three aspects in the structure Board of Directors, structure of Board of Commissioner and the structure of company ownership. The first aspect consists of the Size of Board of Directors. The second aspect consists of the Size of Board of Commissioner and Board Independence. The third is Ownership by Institutions (Institutional Ownerships) and Large Ownership (Large Shareholders). The results showed that of the three aspects of corporate governance, the only variable that has a significant impact toward Return on Equity is Large Shareholders.
Volume: Volume 24
Issues: Issue 2
Keywords: good corporate governance, ownerships, return on equity