Esy Nur Aisyah, Putri Kurnia Widiati



The banking industry is an industry that is vulnerable to the risk, as it involves the management of the public money that is temporary in the sense that it can be withdrawn at any time to be played back in the form of a variety of investments  such as the purchase of securities and fund placement. One of the bank's risk is liquidity risk which is the risk caused by the poor level of bank liquidity. Liquidity risk (liquidity risk) is the risk arising from the bank unable to meet short-term obligations in the community when needed, which is caused by the shortage of bank liquidity. Therefore, this study aimed to examine the determinants of the level of liquidity risk of Islamic banks in Indonesia for a period of four years from 2010 through 2013. Results showed that age, leverage, size and profitability is an important determinant of Indonesian Islamic banks liquidity risk. On the other hand, the research also found that the explanatory variables tangibility is not a strong explanatory variables to determine the liquidity risk of Islamic banks in Indonesia.


Liquidity risk, firm level characteristics, Islamic Bank



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