Governance Implementation on Financial Performance
Keywords:Financial Performance of Banks, Governance, Leverage
This study aims to examine the effect of governance with the proxy of the Independent Commissioner, Audit Committee, Leverage, and Company Size on Bank Financial Performance in banking. The population in this study are banking companies that have gone public on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in the 2018-2020 period. The sampling technique used was nonprobability sampling with purposive sampling and used Panel Data Regression Analysis Model. The results show that partially the Independent Commissioner has no significant effect on the Bank's Financial Performance, the Audit Committee has a significant effect on Financial Performance, leverage has a significant effect on Financial Performance, firm size has a significant effect on the Bank's Financial Performance. Simultaneously, the Independent Commissioner, Audit Committee.
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