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Journal > Accounting > FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF BANK: CASE STUDY AT THE BANK OF INDONESIA, Tbk

 

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Accounting
2009
FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF BANK: CASE STUDY AT THE BANK OF INDONESIA, Tbk
Article Info   ABSTRACT
Published date:
06 Dec 2010
 
The financial statements (financial statements) is an overview of the financial condition of a
bank at a certain period. Balance (balance sheet) of a bank described the amount of wealth
(assets), liabilities (debts), and the capital of the bank at any given moment. Balance sheet is
usually compiled at the end of the financial year (31 December). Wealth or property is presented
on the asset while the liability or debt and equity are presented on the liabilities side.
Consolidated profit / loss have also been prepared at the end of the financial year. The financial
statements represent a continuous history which quantified in units of currency with respect to
economic resources and obligations of a company´s business and economic activities that alter
these resources and liabilities, (AICPA, 1970, p. 40)
Information about the company´s financial position, company performance, corporate cash flow,
and other information relating to the financial statements may be obtained from the company´s
financial statements. To understand information about financial statements, financial statement
analysis is needed (Gibson and Boyer, 1980). Analysis of the financial statements include the
calculation and interpretation of financial ratios.
Techniques of financial analysis is intended to show the relationship between existing posts in
the financial statements so that can know the changes that occur in these posts. The purpose of
the analysis technique is to present the data to be more easily understood and well understood.
To analyze the financial performance of the specific measures required as a standard. Size is
often used as an analytical tool is a ratio that shows the relationship between financial data.

Keywords : financial performance, bank
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