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Affin Bank Performance: Relationship Liquidity Ratio, Leverage Ratio and GDP to Profitability

Samsuri, Nurhazimah (2017): Affin Bank Performance: Relationship Liquidity Ratio, Leverage Ratio and GDP to Profitability.

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Abstract

The purpose of this study sought to examine the overall performance of Affin Bankwith Current ratio, Operating efficiency ratio and Gross domestic product on profitability performance. The data obtained from annual report Affin Bank starting from 2011 until 2015. The measurement of liquidity ratio and operating ratio used to see the overall performance ofAffin Bank in 5 years which allegedly beyond benchmark. The further depth is the asset size; this variable has a negative and no significant relationship with liquidity risk. To see the relationship of these three components to the gainfulness, this paper is using liquidity (current proportion), GDP and working productivity proportion. Data was evaluated by operating regression and correlation. The regression analysis and bicariate correlation shows only one factor of profitability is significant to return on asset which is current ratio with the highest impact to the profitability. However, the liquidity, GDP and operating efficient is not significant to profitability.

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