ANALISA RISIKO PADA PERBANKAN SYARIAH DI INDONESIA PERIODE 2010 - 2018
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This study aims to analyze the risks in Shariah Banking in Indonesia by looking at which risks are significantly dominant among the other risks. This study uses time series data on a monthly basis starting from 2010:M1 to 2018:M8. The type of data used is secondary data obtained from the Financial Services Authority using the Approach Vector Error Correction Model (VECM) Method. The proxy variable of each Risk is Financing to Deposit Ratio (FDR) is a proxy variable of Liquidity Risk, Non Performing Financing (NPF) is a proxy variable of Credit Risk, and The Operational Expenses to Operational Revenue (BOPO) is a proxy of Operational Risk. The findings of this study indicate that Non Performing Financing (NPF) is a risk leader in Shariah Banking in Indonesia. Therefore it can be concluded that credit risk is the most dominant risk in this study. Shariah banking should focus more on credit risk to mitigate the banking sector failure of the Shariah banking system in Indonesia.