Islamic bank vs conventional bank: The differences of management communication to stakeholders using internet financial reporting

Taqiyah Dinda Insani, Tika Widiastuti, Imron Mawardi, Debrina Farrah Anova

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Purpose of the study: This study discusses the differences of Internet Financial Reporting Quality between Islamic Bank and Conventional Bank in Indonesia as a means of banking management communication with their stakeholders. The Internet Financial Reporting quality form assessed by four components based on Internet Financial Reporting Index, which are content, timeliness, technology and user support. Methodology: This study used a quantitative approach with independent sample T-test. The hypothesis testing tool is assisted by SPSS 22 data processing software. The data of this study were collected from the official website for each bank institution, and for the sample that chooses this study used a purposive sampling technique. Main Findings:: There is a significant difference at the 5% significance level between Internet Financial Reporting quality between the two, with the result that conventional bank has better quality than Islamic bank. On the contrary, in the technology and user support component, there are insignificant differences. Applications of this study: The results of this study are useful for several parties involved. First for the stakeholders of the banking industry in Indonesia. Second for banks in Indonesia. Third for regulators, it is expected to be able to provide more detailed regulations. Finally, it gave an opportunity to other researchers for making some further study. Novelty/Originality of this study: This research is the first study that comprehensively compares the quality of Internet Financial Reporting in Islamic and conventional banking institutions. This study also succeeded to find that in management communication to stakeholders using Internet Financial Reporting, Islamic Banks were able to compete with Conventional Banks.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)261-266
Number of pages6
JournalHumanities and Social Sciences Reviews
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2019


  • Conventional Bank
  • Indonesia
  • Internet Financial Reporting
  • Islamic Bank
  • Management Communication


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