The Measurement of Non-Performing Finance Using the Approaches of Market Segmentation in Islamic Banking

 
 
 
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    Background: Research shows that financial variables are not enough to predict the success of future bank, thus we have to think again about the measurement of non-performing finance to see company’s success. Objective: The objective of this study is to analyze the measurement of non-performing finance to the approaches of market segmentation (product, professional, the image of the bank, and the principles of the bank) at Islamic banks. Result: The result shows that concurrently there is an influence of independent variable into dependent variable;however, the professional variable and image of the bank is not significantly influencing the non-performing finance of Islamic banking. Conclusion: The dominant variable affecting into non-performing finance is a product, so that the variation of the product that is offered by Islamic banks to market or costumer should be taken care. The implementation of the right Islamic principles is also being a costumer’s attention. The upcoming research is advised to concurrently integrate the measurement of financing and non-performing finance to know the complete Islamic banks performing conditions.


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    Islamic banking, non performing finance, market segmentation.

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Article ID: 26801
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v8i1.9.26801




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