The Implementation of Corporate Governance Through Self-assessment in Increasing Liquidity of East Java Regional Development Bank


This study will analyze the application of Corporate Governance (CG) in increasing liquidity. CG is measured from the self-assessment conducted by the East Java Development Bank. The implementation of corporate governance is based on SEOJK No. 32/SEOJK.04/2015, concerning the open corporate governance. The application of CG has eight principles. Liquidity is measured by Current Ratio. This study uses descriptive analysis. Data used financial statements and the implementation of CG in 2017. The results showed that the application of CG based on self-assessment has good criteria. The level of liquidity shows liquid results. This shows that a good implementation of CG will increase the level of liquidity.



Keywords: corporate governance, liquidity, current ratio, self-assessment

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