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PENGARUH ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE TERHADAP FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE PERUSAHAAN BERDASARKAN PERINGKAT PENGHARGAAN PROPER.

PENGARUH ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE TERHADAP FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE PERUSAHAAN BERDASARKAN PERINGKAT PENGHARGAAN PROPER.

4.2.2 Pengaruh Environmental Performance tehadap Return on Investment Return on investment merupakan rasio yang menunjukkan kemampuan perusahaan dalam menghasilkan laba pada tingkat asset tertentu. ROI dihitung dengan membagikan laba bersih perusahaan dengan seluruh asset yang dimiliki perusahaan. Semakin tinggi rasio ini maka menunjukkan manajemen perusahaan yang baik karena perusahaan mampu memanfaatkan asset – dalam hal ini misalnya mesin produksi – dengan efektif dan efisien, sehingga perusahaan dapat menghasilkan laba yang tinggi. Dengan penerapan sistem manajemen lingkungan, dimana biaya-biaya konservasi lingkungan dapat diminimalkan, seluruh bahan mentah dapat diproses dengan sangat efisien sehingga residu (limbah) yang dibuang ke lingkungan berjumlah lebih sedikit, dan produk yang dihasilkan menjadi lebih banyak dengan kualitas yang tinggi serta ramah lingkungan yang sesuai dengan minat konsumen. Dengan marketing yang baik, perusahaan mampu mendistribusikan seluruh persediaan yang ada, sehingga perusahaan akan memperoleh peningkatan laba.
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financial performance 3Q08

financial performance 3Q08

Third-quarter net profit amounted to $402 million, 40% lower than the previous quarter and 38% below a year ago. Revenues fell 13% from the previous quarter to $1.40 billion as dislocations in financial markets affected market-related income streams. General and specific allowances were also higher. The results included a $70 million charge set aside for compensation to certain customers who bought Lehman-exposed investments.

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financial performance 3Q07

financial performance 3Q07

FRS 107 introduces new disclosure requirements regarding financial instruments. It requires the disclosure of qualitative and quantitative information about exposure to risks arising from financial instruments, including minimum disclosures about credit risk, liquidity risk and market risk. The disclosure requirements currently in FRS 32: Financial Instruments: Disclosure and Presentation have been relocated to FRS 107. The adoption of FRS 107 creates additional disclosure requirements for the Group’s financial statements.

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financial performance 1Q08

financial performance 1Q08

DBS Group Holdings Ltd (“DBSH”) prepares its condensed consolidated DBSH Group (“Group”) interim financial statements in accordance with Singapore Financial Reporting Standard (“FRS”) No. 34 Interim Financial Reporting, as modified by the requirements of Notice to Banks No. 612 “Credit Files, Grading and Provisioning” issued by the Monetary Authority of Singapore. The accounting policies and methods of computation applied for the current financial periods are consistent with those applied for the financial year ended 31 December 2007, with the exception of the adoption of new or revised FRS and Interpretations to FRS (“INT FRS”).
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financial performance 2Q08

financial performance 2Q08

Interest income rose 3% from a year ago to $1.06 billion, unchanged from the previous quarter. Although loans continued to grow during the quarter, the impact was offset by a decline in interest margins. Lower stockbroking and investment banking activities contributed to a fall in net fee income of 8% from a year ago and 3% from the previous quarter to $342 million. Trading performance improved during the quarter, rising to $111 million from $97 million a year ago and compared to a loss of $161 million in the previous quarter. The improvement in trading income was offset by lower net income from the sale of financial
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financial performance 2Q07

financial performance 2Q07

Global Financial Markets’ (GFM) net interest income rose from both comparative periods due to higher contributions from money markets, while non-interest income declined due to lower trading gains. Central Treasury Unit (CTU) manages the Group’s asset and liability interest rate positions as well as investments of the Group’s excess liquidity. Central Operations encompasses a range of activities from corporate decisions and income and expenses not attributed to other business segments. Asset

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financial performance fy08

financial performance fy08

Fourth-quarter net profit of $383 million was 31% below a year ago and 5% lower than the previous quarter. Net interest income increased 4% from the previous quarter despite softer economic conditions and a lower interest rate environment. Net fee income fell 17% as wealth management and loan syndication revenues slowed, while trading results remained weak. Partly compensating were higher gains from the sale of financial investments.

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financial performance 1q09

financial performance 1q09

GFM provides treasury services to corporations, institutional and private investors, financial institutions and other market participants. It is primarily involved in market making, structuring, equity and debt sales and trading across a broad range of financial products including foreign exchange, interest rate/credit/equity and other structured derivatives. Income from these financial products and services offered to the customer of other business segments, such as

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financial performance 2q09

financial performance 2q09

The amended FRS 1 separates owner and non-owner changes in equity and introduces the statement of comprehensive income. The statement of comprehensive income presents all items of income and expense recognised in profit or loss, together with all other items of unrecognised income and expense, such as available-for-sale revaluation reserves, capital reserves, etc. The adoption of the revised FRS 1 creates additional disclosure requirements for the Group’s financial statements.

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Financial Performance 3Q05

Financial Performance 3Q05

Corporate and Investment Banking provides tailored and unique financial solutions to large corporate and institutional clients. The products and services offered to customers include direct lending, corporate finance and advisory banking services for mergers and acquisitions, capital raising through debt and equity markets, capital restructuring, syndicated finance, securities and fiduciary services, cash management and trade services, and private equity.

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Financial Performance 1Q05

Financial Performance 1Q05

Corporate and Investment Banking provides tailored and unique financial solutions to large corporate and institutional clients. The products and services offered to customers include direct lending, corporate finance and advisory banking services for mergers and acquisitions, capital raising through debt and equity markets, capital restructuring, syndicated finance, securities and fiduciary services, cash management and trade services, and private equity.

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Financial Performance 2Q05

Financial Performance 2Q05

The revised INT FRS 12 has been amended to mandate the consolidation of employee benefit trusts set up for the purpose of an entity’s share-based payment arrangement(s). Arising from consolidation of these trusts, the DBSH shares held by the trusts will be accounted for as “Treasury Shares” in accordance with FRS 32 “Financial Instruments: Disclosure and Presentation”. The impact of INT FRS 12 is as follows:

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Financial Performance 1Q07

Financial Performance 1Q07

DBS Group Holdings Ltd (“DBSH”) prepares its condensed consolidated DBSH Group (“Group”) interim financial statements in accordance with Singapore Financial Reporting Standard (“FRS”) No. 34 Interim Financial Reporting, as modified by the requirements of Notice to Banks No. 612 “Credit Files, Grading and Provisioning” issued by the Monetary Authority of Singapore. The accounting policies and methods of computation applied for the current financial periods are consistent with those applied for the financial year ended 31 December 2006, with the exception of the adoption of new or revised FRS and Interpretations to FRS (“INT FRS”).
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Financial Performance 2Q06

Financial Performance 2Q06

A one-time gain of $54 million from the sale of an office building in Hong Kong was recorded during the quarter. If the item was included, net profit amounted to $603 million in the second quarter. The commentary that follows excludes the effects of this non-operating item. Operating trends underpinning the performance in first quarter 2006 were sustained in the second quarter. Operating income increased 20% from a year ago and 7% from the previous quarter to $1.35 billion.

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Financial Performance 3Q06

Financial Performance 3Q06

DBS Group Holdings Ltd (“DBSH”) prepares its condensed consolidated DBSH Group (“Group”) interim financial statements in accordance with Singapore Financial Reporting Standard (“FRS”) No. 34 Interim Financial Reporting, as modified by the requirements of Notice to Banks No. 612 “Credit Files, Grading and Provisioning” issued by the Monetary Authority of Singapore. The accounting policies and methods of computation applied for the current financial periods are consistent with those applied for the financial year ended 31 December 2005.

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financial performance 4Q06

financial performance 4Q06

DBS Group Holdings Ltd (“DBSH”) prepares its consolidated DBSH Group (“Group”) financial statements in accordance with Singapore Financial Reporting Standard (“FRS”), as modified by the requirements of Notice to Banks No. 612 “Credit Files, Grading and Provisioning” issued by the Monetary Authority of Singapore. The accounting policies and methods of computation applied for the current financial periods are consistent with those applied for the financial year ended 31 December 2005, with the exception of the adoption of revised FRS and FRS interpretation which did not result in substantial changes to the accounting policies.
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financial performance 2q11

financial performance 2q11

Institutional Banking provides financial services and products to institutional clients including non bank financial institutions, government linked companies, large corporates and small and medium-sized businesses. The business focus is to broaden and deepen the financial relationship with clients. The products and services available to customers include long and short term credit facilities ranging from specialised lending such as asset financing, project financing and real estate financing to overdraft, trade, receivables financing and structured trade; cash management and deposit; treasury and markets; corporate finance and advisory banking services for mergers and acquisitions, capital raising through debt and equity markets, capital restructuring, syndicated finance, securities and fiduciary services and private equity. Institutional Banking also provides equity services through DBS Vickers Securities (DBSV). DBSV offers a wide range of services to retail and corporate customers including research, sales and trading, share placement, nominees and securities
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financial performance 3q09

financial performance 3q09

IBG provides financial services and products to large corporate, institutional clients and small and medium- sized businesses. The products and services available to customers include corporate finance and advisory banking services for mergers and acquisitions, capital raising through debt and equity markets, capital restructuring, syndicated finance, securities and fiduciary services, cash management and trade

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financial performance 4q10

financial performance 4q10

Treasury provides treasury services to corporations, institutional and private investors, financial institutions and other market participants. It is primarily involved in sales, structuring, market making and trading across a broad range of financial products including foreign exchange, interest rate, debt, credit, equity and other structured derivatives. Income from these financial products and services offered to the customer of other business segments, such as Consumer/Private Banking and Institutional Banking, is reflected in the respective segments. Treasury is also responsible for facilitating the execution of Group’s asset and liability interest rate positions and management of the investment of the Group’s excess liquidity and shareholders’ funds. Treasury’s total revenues were lower than the previous quarter due to quieter year-end markets. For the full year, total revenues were little changed.
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financial performance 1q11

financial performance 1q11

Treasury provides treasury services to corporations, institutional and private investors, financial institutions and other market participants. It is primarily involved in sales, structuring, market making and trading across a broad range of financial products including foreign exchange, interest rate, debt, credit, equity and other structured derivatives. Income from these financial products and services offered to the customer of other business segments, such as Consumer/Private Banking and Institutional Banking, is reflected in the respective segments. Treasury is also responsible for
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