Bank Of Baroda Q4 Review - Asset Quality Improving, But Out Of The Woods: Motilal Oswal
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Motilal Oswal Report
Bank of Baroda reported a loss in Q4 FY21, impacted by one-time deferred tax asset reversals, even as a pick-up in fee income and recovery from written off accounts aided operating profit.
Net interest income growth was weak, affected by high interest reversals and interest on interest waiver, thereby impacting margin.
On the business front, overall loan growth was flat QoQ, while retail/agri witnessed strong traction.
Collection efficiency improves to 93%, but remains lower versus other peers.
On the asset quality front, gross non performing asset/net non performing asset ratio improved versus pro forma gross non performing asset/net non performing asset as of December 2020.
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