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Title: Sahid AlHudri
Authors: Sahid AlHudri
Advisors: Burhanuddin Yusuf
Keywords: premium,;profit;operational expenses;underwriting result;investment income
Issue Date: 31-Jul-2018
Publisher: Jakarta: Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta
Abstract: Premium have a positive and significant effect on profits, the more premiums the company receives, the higher the profit generated by the insurance company. Underwriting results have a positive and significant effect on profit, when underwriting income in an insurance company is able to cover all underwriting expenses there will be an excess of funds called underwriting results, where high underwriting results will affect the amount of profit in the insurance company. While the investment results have a negative and insignificant effect on earnings, when an investment experiences uncertainty issues in accordance with the management of tabarru 'funds invested, the company experiences a decrease in the planned investment returns. Operational expenses have a positive and insignificant effect on earnings, if the company's operating costs or expenses are not fully removed from income generated from sales, but the company provides large capital from investors to cover operational costs or expenses.
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