Company financial performance and timeliness financial reporting: Evidence from Indonesia Mining Companies


  • Eriana Kartadjumena ,Yoga Tantular Rachman ,Yogo Heru Prayitno ,Radhi Abdul Halim Rachmat ,Debbie Christine ,R. Ait Novatiani ,Bachtiar Asikin


Financial Performance, Timeliness Financial Reporting


This study investigates whether the company financial performance can affect the timelines financial reporting in Indonesia mining companies. By following signaling theory, this study argues that the better a company financial performance then the company will be on time in reporting its financial statements, in vice versa. The factors which are investigated consist of current ratio, debt to equity ratio, total assets turnover, and net profit margin from Indonesia mining companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange for the period 2014-2019. Sample selection used purposive sampling and obtained 220 samples from 240 populations. Technique analysis in this research is logistic regression. The results of this research show that the current ratio and debt to equity ratio have not affect the timeliness financial reporting. While, the total assets turnover and net profit margin tend to affect the timeliness financial reporting.