DCB Financial institution This autumn outcomes: Revenue rises 13% to Rs 78 crore


NEW DELHI: Non-public lender on Saturday reported a 13 per cent improve in internet revenue to Rs 78 crore for the January-March quarter in comparison with that of Rs 69 crore within the year-ago quarter. Complete revenue of the financial institution through the January-March quarter of 2020-21 fell to Rs 971 crore from Rs 1,012 crore in the identical quarter of 2019-20, DCB Financial institution mentioned in a regulatory submitting. The revenue from curiosity in addition to from funding fell through the reported quarter from a yr in the past.

For the FY2020-21, the financial institution’s internet revenue remained almost flat at Rs 336 crore in opposition to Rs 338 crore in FY20. Earnings additionally was a tad down at Rs 3,917 crore in FY21 in opposition to Rs 3,928 crore in FY20.

The financial institution’s asset high quality worsened with the gross non-performing property (NPAs) spiking to 4.09 per cent of the gross advances as of March 31, 2021, as in opposition to 2.46 per cent by the tip of March final yr.

In worth phrases, the gross NPAs stood at Rs 1,083.44 crore, considerably larger than Rs 631.51 crore within the year-ago interval.

Provisions for dangerous loans and contingencies in Q4FY21 got here all the way down to Rs 101.18 crore from Rs 118.24 crore a yr earlier. Internet NPAs stood at 2.29 per cent (Rs 594.15 crore) as in opposition to 1.16 per cent (Rs 293.51 crore).

On returning the compound curiosity to eligible debtors publish the Supreme Court last order in March and subsequent the RBI notification, the lender mentioned it’s within the technique of account by account calculation of curiosity aid because of the eligible clients.

Within the meantime, as of March 31, 2021, the financial institution has created legal responsibility in direction of estimated curiosity aid of Rs 10 crore and diminished the identical from the curiosity revenue.

The financial institution mentioned it held contingency provision of Rs 229.11 crore in opposition to the doubtless affect of Covid 19 regulatory bundle, affect of the conclusion of the interim order (of Supreme Courtroom on not declaring accounts as NPAs until August 31, 2020 and after) and different contingencies.

On the affect of second wave of the pandemic, it mentioned below the present circumstances the financial institution throughout March quarter, on a prudent foundation, has made a contingency provision of Rs 124 crore in direction of additional doubtless affect of Covid-19 on restructured and confused property.

“Along with this contingency provision of Rs 124 crore, the financial institution additionally holds floating provision amounting to Rs 108.80 crore, moreover, provisions for normal property and particular non-performing property,” it mentioned.

In addition to, the quantity in overdue classes the place the moratorium or deferment was prolonged as of March 31, 2020 was Rs 1,908.08 crore at finish of March this yr, it mentioned. The provisions held on these by the tip of September 2020 was Rs 68 crore and related quantity was saved as provisions adjusted in opposition to slippages (NPA and restructuring), DCB Financial institution mentioned.

The lender additionally mentioned that its board has not beneficial any dividend for fiscal ended March 2021 in view of the state of affairs creating round Covid-19 within the nation and the associated uncertainty that it creates.


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