Analisis Implementasi Akad Hybrid Contract  Murabahah bil Wakalah di  Bank BJB Syariah Kc Bogor Jabar


Financing is one of the important activities in the banking world because it is the main source of income and is one of the supporting businesses of the bank. Murabahah is a sale and purchase contract in sharia economy where the selling price of the goods is in the form of the cost of goods plus profits and has been agreed upon by both parties. Wakalah is giving or delegating the power of a job to another person as long as it does not violate the syara' law. Hyrid contract is two contracts that are united in one transaction (multi contract). One of the hybrid contracts in Islamic banks is the murabahah bil wakalah contract. Murabahah bil wakalah contract is a combination of two contracts in which the wakalah contract is used before the murabahah sale and purchase contract. The purpose of this study was to analyze how the implementation of the hybrid contract agreement on murabahah bil wakalah at Bank BJB Syariah Bogor Branch. This research uses descriptive qualitative method. The data used comes from primary data in the form of documentation and the results of interviews with staff account officers of Bank BJB Syariah Bogor Branch. The results of this study indicate that in its implementation Bank BJB Syariah Bogor Branch has complied with the DSN-MUI fatwa No.4/DSN-MUI/IV/2000 regarding murabahah. The advantages of murabahah bil wakalah are that it makes it easier for banks to process financing, is more flexible in modern financing needs and is less risky. While the weakness of the murabahah bil wakalah contract is that there is often misuse of funds by customers, such as the purchase of goods that are not in accordance with the RAB that has been agreed upon by the bank and the customer. With this result, Bank BJB Syariah Bogor Branch must continue to be consistent in managing sharia banking products so that the sharia economy can continue to grow and develop.