Dolat Capital: Canara Bank Q2 Review - Fragile Core Equity, Low Provisioning Buffers 
A pedestrian walks past State Bank of India and Canara Bank automated teller machines (ATM) in Mumbai, India. (Photographer: Adeel Halim/Bloomberg)

Dolat Capital: Canara Bank Q2 Review - Fragile Core Equity, Low Provisioning Buffers 

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Canara Bank reported better than expected net interest income and pre-provision operating profit growth of 29% and 32% YoY respectively on an amalgamated basis, driven by improved spreads, healthy growth in fee income, elevated treasury gains, and high recoveries from written off accounts.

Collection efficiency stood at 92-95% for the month of September, including past arrears.

Management estimates approximately Rs 130 billion or 2% of loans to be restructured, having received requests for Rs 6 billion so far. 80% of these are from corporate segment.

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