Capital, Efficiency, Management Risk on Islamic Bank Stability During Covid-19 PandemiC


  • Ikrima Hamda UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang
  • Barianto Nurasri Sudarmawan UIN Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang



The performance of the banking sector in one period is one of the indicators in encouraging financial stability in a country. Banking stability is reflected by healthy conditions and a well-run intermediation function. The purpose of this study is to see the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic shock in the short and long term which affects capital, efficiency, and management risk on the stability of Islamic banking in Indonesia. Analysis of this study using quantitative methods based on the Vector Error Correction Model (VECM). Empirically, the results of this study show that the CAR, BOPO, and FDR variables are significantly positively correlated to the stability of Islamic banks in the long term. Meanwhile, the NOM and NPF variables in length are negatively correlated with the stability of Islamic banks during the Covid-19 pandemic. In the short term the significant influential variables are NOM and FDR while the other variables have no effect. This shows that the Covid-19 pandemic shows an impact on bank stability in the future. This research proves that during the Covid-19 Pandemic, Islamic banks have succeeded in taking several policies in the form of financing restructuring which have proven effective in maintaining islamic banking stability.