India’s 5th largest private bank, Induslnd Bank Ltd, declared its Q1FY23 results after market close on 20 July, 2022.
IndusInd Bank reported an impressive rise in net profit of 64% Y-o-Y (year on year) and 16% Q-o-Q (quarter on quarter). The figure came in at ~ Rs.1,603 crore for the quarter. Net interest income (NII) stood at Rs. 4,125 crores, growing 16% Y-o-Y and ~4% Q-o-Q. The net interest margin (NIM) came in at 4.21% against 4.06% reported in the same quarter of the previous year.
Other income was recorded at Rs. 1,932 crores, growing 12% Y-o-Y against Rs. 1,723 crores. Core Fee grew an impressive 47% to Rs. 1,786 crores from Rs. 1,214 crores on a yearly basis.
As of Q1 FY23, the IndusInd Bank's deposits were recorded at Rs. 3,02,719 crores, registering a 13% Y-o-Y increase from Rs. 2,67,233 crores. Advances came in at Rs. 2,47,960 crores, increasing 18% Y-o-Y.
CASA deposits (that comprised 43% of total deposits as of June 30, 2022) grew to Rs. 1,30,508 crores, from Rs. 1,12,349 crores, with current account deposits (CAD) at Rs. 35,265 crores and savings account deposits at Rs. 95,243 crores.
According to management, IndusInd Bank witnessed a loan growth of 18% in the first quarter of this financial year, spearheaded by increased disbursements in vehicle and microfinance segments. While gross non-performing asset (GNPA) showed improvement on a Y-o-Y basis from 2.88% to 2.35%, the bank made total loan-related provisions for the quarter of Rs. 8,370 crores (3.38% of the loan book).
The client base of the bank was published at 3.2 crores. Induslnd Bank's distribution network, as of Q1 FY23, included 2,286 branches/banking outlets and 2,783 onsite and offsite ATMs.
Commenting on the performance, Mr. Sumant Kathpalia, Managing Director & CEO, Induslnd Bank, said that the bank’s loan growth has accelerated to 18% from 12% last quarter. Its vehicle and microfinance had the best Q1 disbursements in history. Consumer and Corporate segments maintained steady growth. Retailisation of liabilities continues with 16% growth in CASA, and 17% growth in Retail deposits as per LCR resulting in overall deposit growth of 13%.
All key profitability metrics across NIMs, core PPOP margin, RoA, and RoE have maintained a positive trajectory. This resulted in profit after tax for the quarter at Rs. 1,631 crores growing by 61% Y-o-Y and 16% Q-o-Q.
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Research Analyst: Bavadharini KS