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Scirj Volume VIII, Issue I, January 2020 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th January 2020
Full Paper available from: 25th January 2020


THE EFFECT OF CAPITAL STRUCTURE ON FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF FIRMS IN KENYA: EVIDENCE FROM FIRMS LISTED AT THE NAIROBI SECURITIES EXCHANGE
KOECH ROBERT, KIMETTO RICHARD , RONO P.K.

Abstract: The main purpose of the study was to examine the effect of capital structure on the performance of firms listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange while its specific objectives are to determine the effect of equity financing on financial performance of firms listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange; to establish the effect of long term debt financing on financial performance of firms listed at the Nairobi Securities Exchange and to to establish the effect of short term debt financing on financial performance of firmslisted at the Nairobi Securities Exchange .
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INCIDENCE OF RHINOSPORODIOSIS IN CHILDREN- A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY IN TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL
Delwar AHM, Khan AM, Mazamder JA, Mustafa MG, Rashid MS, Rahaman MM, Sarkar RI

Abstract: Rhinosporodiosis is a sporadic chronic granulomataous inflammation of the mucocutanous tissue caused by a protozoon, rhinosporodium seeberi or kinealyi. The disease mostly affects nose and nasopharynx. Other sites are lips, palate, conjunctiva, larynx, trachea, vulva and vagina. It occurs mostly in our subcontinent specially in India, Srilanka, Pakistan and Bangladesh and people in low socioeconomic condition where human beings and animals both are using same ponds for their bathing and washing.
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THE EFFECT OF IMPLEMENTATION OF POLICY AND COORDINATION ON THE QUALITY OF SERVICE IN THE CAPITAL INVESTMENT AND INTEGRATED SERVICES OF THE SPECIAL PROVINCE OF THE JAKARTA CAPITAL PROVINCE
Hadi Makayasa Sembiring, Dr. Rahimullah, Dr. Ir. Sriyono Joko Sutopo

Abstract: The current condition of public service delivery is still inadequate, because there are still many complaints and complaints from the public both directly and through the mass media, such as convoluted procedures, there is no certainty over the completion period, it is unclear how much the cost must be incurred, the requirements non-transparent attitude of officers who are not good, resulting in decreased quality of service to the community.
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INFLUENCE OF LEADERSHIP AND DISCIPLINE ON PERSONNEL PERFORMANCE OF KODAM JAYA / JAYAKARTA
Zahroni, Dr. Rahimullah, Dr. Ir. Sriyono Joko Sutopo

Abstract: Personnel performance is one of the problems faced by almost all Organizations because it is related to the achievement desired by the Organization. The problem arises, among others, because the leader is less in supervising subordinates at work. Leaders do not voice enough to meet the needs of personnel. Personnel who are not on time every day at the Organization. There are personnel who are not disciplined in doing their work. Based on these considerations, this study aims to determine the Effect of Leadership and Discipline on the Performance of Kodam Jaya / Jayakarta Personnel.
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LAW ENFORCEMENT OF MONEY LAUNDERING IN BANKING
Afif Muhni, Andi Sofyan, Andi Tenri Famauri, Muhammad Basri

Abstract: This study aims to identify the mechanism of money laundering in banking institutions in Indonesia. This type of research is a legal research of the juridical-sociological approach. The location of the study was conducted at several banks including Bank Niaga, Bank Cental Bank Asia and Bank Indonesia (BI) in Makassar City. Legal materials used to solve problems as formulated in this legal research are sourced from primary, secondary and tertiary legal materials. Data obtained through data collection in the form of interviews and literature study. The data obtained both primary and secondary data, were analyzed qualitatively. The results showed that the mechanism of eradicating money laundering at banking institutions in Indonesia has been regulated by Undang-Undang Nomor 8 Tahun 2010 concerning Prevention and Eradication of Money Laundering. Money laundering regulations are considered effective in anticipating and eradicating money laundering by tracking the flow of funds in banking institutions related to disclosure of crimes seized at the same time also criminalizing anyone who receives a flow of crime. This authority is exercised by the PPATK (Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center), which has the task of preventing and combating money laundering.
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