Bank Earnings India: YES Bank expected to grow to required size (Q3 FY2013)

Organic growth component of the bank’s strategy has shaped up well and even the despondent NIMs shaping up into a firm 3% mark this quarter as the bank ramps up on savings and Tier I Capital thru QIPs. The bank’s loan book probably increased Corporate exposure vis-a-vis its Agri book and the Provisions have thence grown by more than twice as required at INR 0.56 Bln but the bank has brought down Gross NPAs to 0.30% of the book and net NPAs even lower.

The bank states in the earnings conference that any rate cuts will accrue to NIMs CASA is nearly 20% growing from 17.3% to 18.3% and NII is well above average even for a mid sized companies at INR 5.63 Bln and Net income at INR 3.42 bln. for a book of a target possibly closer to INR 60 bln for the bank the growth in NIM is probably stating that the bank is about to hit the big league as is obvious from is well-rounded scores in management and corporate responsibility though its early single line focus still makes it an outsider in Corp loan syndicates.

Bajaj Auto results are on the wire.

Bank Results Season: India Earnings Surprise: HDFC Bank Runs Casa At High 46% And Manages 20%+ Corporate Growth

Despite slow/soft FX and Derivatives business in the quarter, 23% growth in the Corporate loan book exceeded the industry growth rate of 16% by nearly 50% Including the current Fee income the quoted Net interest Margin is a high 4.2% even as provisions dipped by almost 30% to INR 293.3 Crores or less than INR 3 B

Indusind Bank grew Q2 net to INR 250 Crs or INR 2.5 B at an almost 10% clip over Q1 2013 while HDFC Bank also grew profit sequentially from INR 14.77B to INR 15.6 B at nearly 6% on a much larger base

HDFC Bank has grown Net interest Income almost 10% sequentially from INR 34.8 B to INR 37.3B on the wires while Overall Operational Interest Income has grown to INR85.3 B or 30% on year from INR 67.2B. Year ago net profit was barely INR 12 B in the year ago quarter

 

Bank Results season: SBI highlights NPA to 2.2% and Provisions of INR 8.9B

 

Gross NPAs for Q1 FY 2013 increased to 4.99% instead of estimated 4.7% and Net NPAs rose almost 20% to 2.2% from June 2011 in the just announced results the bank increasing provisions. Gross NPAs amount to INR74.9B and Provision Coverage for the Giant despite increasing are still much lower than the competitionand smaller public banks at below 65%

NII is just 111B, 5-8 B less than the street estimate and total provisions this quarter are lower at INR 24.6 B taking the bank to below 1900 in trades after the ires ran the shock up the market spine. Broader markets may survive this loss of confidence in the public sector as the market demands of removal of subsidies as part of deep seated reform also subside without the indices rerating below a 5200 bottom

More details as the bank management releases further details of their private massacre when the street expected that the income and loan related pown rovisioning had been completed by the bank in a surgical action last March and June and profits are expected to increase 128% but will still manage to outgrow a INR 25 B mark satisfying the requirement of a viable net margin with interest spreads under pressure

Deposits have grown to INR 11 T while the bank claims a revised CAR of 13+% as of June 30 while Total Net Income is 14.6B or less than $3 B th no growth in fees advisory and other income

Q4 NPAs were best in class at 1.02% doublling sequentially ( Net NPAs)

 

Deposits have grown to INR 11 T while the bank claims a revised CAR of 13+% as of June 30 while Total Net Income is 14.6B or less than $3 B th no growth in fees advisory and other income

Q4 NPAs were best in class at 1.02% doublling sequentially ( Net NPAs) Net Margins have infact improved as the bank manages a PAT of INR 37.5 B but we have derated the stock as it has shown an inefficiency in shooting NPAs and continuing pressures in sectors like Aviationa nd textiles apart from the industry wide press ure from Power, infracos and construction & Telcos which private banks have tyurned to their advantage.

 

The 11AM Update – Results return ING to 3.3% NIM grade

 

ING Vysya remained the only bank to enjoy the margin upgrade from the sloth in the Fixed income markets even though its Amsterdam nerve centre remains otherwise occupied and hardly interested in the Sub continent retail banking pump up.

Net profits are up 38% Deposit growth slower as usual at 15% keeping CASA at 33% Th ebank seems to have eked out a large improvement in expenses , maybe not branch set up but other not sustainable savings and the bank was still able to bump up the provision cover to 90% Net NPAs have halved as it remains interested in select c orporates only Total income is still auniquely tiny INR 514 Crores (527 branches and 446 ATMs )

CDR has grown but gross advances are a total INR240 B, like indusind of the past failing to give confidence on scale or participation

YES is expected to grow NII to around a 28% annual rate Banknifty no available at 10250

 

So, why don’t you think Dynamic provisioning norms will hurt banks?

 

 

 

It is just a proposal at this juncture but we would be pushing as many good bankers for the provisions on standard assets to be adopted so the NPAs can be taken out of this subset of provisions and expensed off at least. As of now the proposal is still raw in its details requiring banks to keep additionl provisions including for foreign branches which are still leveraged on structured plays for each loan\

 

Current proposals start off with introducing provisioning on restructured loans specifying that such restructurings should have more skin from the promoters, lessening pressure on banks from the bankrupt promoters and adding a possibility of debt recovery before preference share conversion is forced and then giving it to years before adding specific provisions to that. This is overall a discipline that may be disavoed only by a fe Public sector banks depending on their portfolios

 

 

 

 

India Earnings Season: IDBI Bank results, September 2011

IDBI Bank results

 

Though we have published in depth reports pursuant to the bank’s quarterly announcements earlier, we rather worry we may have the wrong end of the stick given IDBI’s 8% exposure to the Power sector loans and the historically high NPA rate moving from 1.25% to a higher 1.57% this quarter.

 

Bank increased profits 20% after relief from 70% PCR by RBI and CASA has improved to 19%

 

CASA is a low 19% with a lack of transformation mandate from the government for the bank. Its Advances are bigger than Axis with a book of INR 1.56 Tln or $31 bln (20% yoy)

 

NII tracked a stagnant 1122 crs or $224.4 mln and NIM fell 7bp to 2%, Cost of Funds a high 8.40% for its aggressive retail push supporting its higher cost structure model Expansion is already limited but the bank remains attractive to depositors and reach to good credit seekers remains a plus

Bank results Season: An excess provision for a working weekend SBI Q1 2012

Investors are fickle. After a $5 mln PAT performance to welcome the new Chairman Pratip Chaudhuri,

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SBI has actually grown to $395 mln quarter on quarter in Net Profits. Consolidated Net profits have even grown to more than $625 mln but the earnings report was pushed to the weekend and most reports and Friday trading did not seem to be expecting this much profit, concentrating on the year on year fall from INR 33 bln to INR25 bln this year this quarter. The 46% drop in focus is a misnomer as Pension Liabilities and Loan Loss provisions policy has already been updated in Q4 2011 and with INR7.5 bln in provisions just for pension liabilities to continue till December 2011, the rest is easily expressed by the Loan Loss provisions SBI never made in the earlier years before the accepting of the modified RBI policy in Q4

Of note however is the increase in bad loans, Gross NPAs rising to 3.52% for the bank a full point ahead of ICICI Bank which is also 33% in Assets with SBI holding a book of INR 7.9 tln in advances, a GROWTH OF INR 1.6 TLN or 70% of ICICI Bank’s Advances. A Bloomberg (Bloom’bg) list puts the public sector behemoth at #69 in the World’s biggest lenders and probably in the Top 10 in Corporate Loans gone bad. Since Calendar 2010 SBI has stepped up its rates 11 times, using its NIM cushion to proportionately reward short term deposits in retail and catch up with Money market yields. Industry wide 45 day deposits are 33% lower yielding at near 4% while the MSR in the inter bank market has moved to 9.25%

Industry expected banks to put up more fee income on the table to catch up with revenue losses but SBI stuck to the tried and tested with a 35% jump in revenues to INR390 bln Net Income for the Quarter nearly $10 bln for a single quarter from INR 300 bln in the year ago quarter. Toplines at most banks dropped or grew modestly. RBI has agreed publicly also that the high interest rate scenario engenders a disproportionately higher risk of bad loans but the interest rate hikes have moe to come as commodities have not settled down yet to being down the inflation to a stable rate

Despite the low Tier I core Capital at 7.6%, the bank has not been able to set up a proposal to encourage the GOI to invest upto its mandated 55% in a rights issue or the bank.. Meanwhile the bank is raising International Capital. SBI’s NIM shot up to 3.89% in Domestic Advances and 3.62% overall from a 3.33% Domestic and 3.16% overall in the preceding March quarter ( almost 106 bps above ICICI Bank) Interest Income on Advances in fact grew 36% but investors are likely to be slow to heed the same on Monday as markets continue their xit spiral, Portfolio investment exiting the country as opportunities run out in the widely acknowledged fairly priced/overvalued market in Asia The growth in Advances was a health 18.73% just above the Industry growth rate of 18% while the PLR increases of 185 bps year on year made up for the extraordinary rise. However QOQ incrreases interest Income also up 12% with Advances growing from March by 2.x% NII is up more than 20% sequentially

Staff xpenses remain the most part of Operating expense increases as a Wage revision is charged continually. The counter cyclical provisions esp for contingencies ( black swan events) are another Rs 550 crores or INR 5.5 bln. Advances to Large Corporates stand at INR 1.15 tln for the bank and the Retail book is INR 1.65 tln SME, Agri and International Advances are a Trillion each too. The Banks NII is up to INR 97 bln or $2,5 bln up from INR 81 bln in the March quarter nearly 25% QoQ from $2 bln

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SBI avers credit growth

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The 20% target espoused by Managing Director, Krishna Kumar in Prateek Choudhary’s new regime augurs well for the Indian financial Services majors as a whole. Also new regulations on Foreign banks seem to have set them off again rather than bring a Welcome board to their workplace, means the Indian Duo and public monopoly of SBI will thrive in the coming credit tick.

Q2 onwards should be particulary good for credit growth and this pronouncement probably means aw welcome crowd necxt month as Q1 FY 2012 continues with the other mandated restructuring /apportioned NPL charges and the Minimum Stability fund provisions over the 56% limit not made by the bank earlier.

Citi starts flying again

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With its book crossing INR 1 Trillion in 2011, (having stayed asround there since 2006) Citi has restarted the expected growth from Indian Markets scoring an increase of well over 78%. The Bank scored an uptick of 65% to INR 1454 Crs ($363.5 mln) with 35% and 33% increases in Corporate assets and SME assets/ NPLs seem to be getting back in ccontrol for the remaining Citi operaions at 1.2%.

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