Equity Financing, Debt Financing, and Financial Performance in Islamic Banks

Heri Sudarsono, Jannahar Saddam Ash Shiddiqi

Abstract


This research aims to determine the effect of bank size (SIZE), profitability (ROA), efficiency (EFF), non-performing finance (NPF), interest (INTR), and inflation (INFL) on profit and loss sharing (PLS) financing (equity financing), and sale-purchase (SP) financing (debt financing) Islamic banks in Indonesia. Furthermore, monthly Islamic bank data in June 2014 to July 2020 was used. The autoregressive distributed lag (ARDL) method was used to determine the short and long-term effects of the independent variables on the financing variable. The results showed that ROA and EFF have a positive effect on MRF but ROA and EFF have a negative effect on MDA and MSF. NPF has a positive effect on MDF, but has a negative effect on MRF. Meanwhile, SIZE has a negative effect on MDF, MDA, MRF, and MRA. The INTR has a negative effect on MDA, MRF, and MRA. The implication of this research is that financial
performance has more influence on debt financing compared to equity financing of Islamic banks in Indonesia.


Keywords


Islamic bank; equity financing; debt financing; autoregressive distributed lag

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