DOES PRICE COMMODITY PALM OIL, RUBBER AND NON PERFORMING LOAN (NPL) AFFECT ON FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE

  • Tona Aurora Lubis Management Master Program, Graduate School of Jambi University
  • Asep Machpuddin Management Department, Faculty of Economics and Business Studies, University of Jambi
  • Agil Muharya Alumni of Management Master Program, Graduate School of Jambi University, Indonesia

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of commodity prices of rubber and palm oil, as well  as Non Performing  Loan  (NPL) on financial  performance (return on  assets (ROA)) PT. Bank BRI Agro Tbk, either partially or simultaneously. Data used is secondary data, where data commodity prices of rubber and palm oil obtained from the Directorate General of Plantation while data on financial performance (return on assets (ROA)) obtained from the Annual report 2015 AGRO Bank BRI. The data were analyzed using multiple linear regression techniques. Results of statistical t test proves that partially price of rubber and palm oil does not significantly to influence of financial performance Bank BRI Agro Tbk, while NPL significant effect on financial performance Bank BRI Agro, Tbk. Results of statistical F test proves that simultaneously the price of rubber and palm oil as well as NPL has significant impact on financial performance. Bank BRI Agro, Tbk. The results of the study has implications for efforts to reduce the NPL ratio while maintaining the bank's function as intermediary (prudence) in extending credit, especially in the agricultural sector to reduce the high value of NPL (non-performing loans), considering the contribution of NPL sizeable influence on the financial performance of banks.

Keywords:  Price  of  palm  oil,  Price  of  rubber,  Non  Performing  Loan  (NPL),  financial performance

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Published
2017-09-15