Canara Bank Q4 Review - Asset Quality Contained; Recoveries Aid Profitability: Dolat Capital
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Dolat Capital Report
Canara Bank’s net interest income declined 8% QoQ as interest reversals of Rs 7.25 billion, lower spreads, and excess liquidity pressurised net interest margin.
Profit after tax was in line and benefited from higher other income, driven by recovery from Bhushan Power Ltd. exposure.
Asset quality metrics were impressive with slippages at 2.9% for FY21 (against 3.8% in FY20 for the consolidated entity), 46 basis points YoY decline in pro forma gross non performing assets ratio, and 60% provision coverage ratio.
Led by provisions write back from Bhushan recovery, the bank made Covid-19 related provisions of Rs 5 billion during the quarter and up fronted Rs 6.7 billion towards fraud accounts avoiding any further carryover.
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