LIC Housing Finance Q4 Review - Asset Quality Vulnerability An Overhang: Prabhudas Lilladher
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LIC Housing Finance Q4 Review - Asset Quality Vulnerability An Overhang: Prabhudas Lilladher

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Prabhudas Lilladher Report

LIC Housing Finance Ltd.’s Q4 FY21 profit after tax was marred by elevated provisioning (spiked nine times QoQ) and stood below estimates.

Growth (disbursements 33% and loans 5% QoQ) and net interest margin (up 30 basis points QoQ to 2.66%) acceleration were negated by higher credit costs (0.43% versus 0.08%: Q3 FY21) and sharp non performing asset deterioration (133 basis points spike QoQ to 4% plus).

While FY21 growth buoyancy was aided by macro tailwinds, sustainability is the key.

Also, asset quality vulnerability remains stark with perceivable stress pool standing at ~13% (Stage II+III, restructured stock).

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Prabhudas Lilladher LIC Housing Finance Q4FY21 Result Update.pdf


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