THE EFFECT OF INSTITUTIONAL OWNERSHIP, COMPANY SIZE AND ASSET MANAGEMENT ON FIRM VALUE

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Anthony Holly http://orcid.org/0000-0002-6689-9501
Robert Jao
Ana Mardiana

Keywords

Institutional Ownership, Size, Asset Management, Firm Value

Abstract

The study purpose is to investigate the impact of institutional ownership, firm size, and asset management to firm value. Sample of this research is companies listed in Indonesia Stock Exchange between 2016-2018. Sample selected by purposive sampling method.  Data type used in this study is quantitative data and analyzed using multiple regression analysis to analysis dependent variable, firm value and independent variable, institutional ownership, firm size, and asset management. The result of the research revealed institutional ownership and firm size have positive and significant effect to firm value because the mechanism of control by institutions is more effective and the bigger of the companies means their manager can accumulate value. Asset management has no effect to firm value.

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