Analysis of bank stability, competition, family ownership, and multiple large shareholders in Indonesia
This thesis aims to analyze the relationship of organizational structure and competition to banking stability in Indonesia in the period 2007 to 2017. The bank samples are obtained from banks listed on the stock exchange. The findings support the competition–fragility theory and reveal that family ownership has a positive relation with bank stability. As for multiple large shareholders (MLSs), the results show that MLSs strengthen the relation between family ownership and banking stability.