Motilal Oswal: HDFC Bank’s Business Trends Undergoing Swift Normalisation 
HDFC Bank Ltd. brochures are arranged for a photograph at the company’s bank branch in Mumbai, India. (Photographer: Dhiraj Singh/Bloomberg)

Motilal Oswal: HDFC Bank’s Business Trends Undergoing Swift Normalisation 

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Motilal Oswal Report

HDFC Bank Ltd. reported a strong performance, with advances growth driven by the corporate segment. Select retail segments also showed signs of recovery, with credit card growing at 6% QoQ.

Operating performance remained stable, led by steady business growth and cost control.

However, margins moderated 20 basis point QoQ on account of higher liquidity and a change in the asset mix.

The bank further shored up provisions as it provided for Rs 2,300 crore toward potential non-performing asset (not declared due to the Supreme Court order) and other contingent provisions.

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