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KBL Consolidated Q3 Net Profit Up 105.32 % to Rs 300 Crores

KBL Consolidated Q3 Net Profit Up 105p 32 per cent to Rs 300 Crores
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Mangaluru: Karnataka Bank posted a net profit of Rs 300.63 crores during the third quarter of the current financial year with a growth rate of 105.32 per cent as against Rs 146.42 crore during the corresponding previous quarter. As a result, the net profit for the first nine months of the current financial year increased to Rs 826.15 crores with a Year on Year growth rate of 118.68 per cent as against Rs 377.79 crores of net profit earned during the corresponding period of the previous year. 

In the Meeting of the Board of Directors held today at Mangaluru, the Board approved the financial results for the quarter and nine months period that ended December 31, 2022.

The asset quality also improved during the period. The GNPA has declined by 8 bps to 3.28 per cent from 3.36 per cent as compared to the sequential previous quarter i.e Sept. 2022. Similarly, the NNPA also declined by 6 bps to 1.66 per cent from 1.72 per cent as compared to the sequential previous quarter i.e. Sept. 2022. The PCR has further improved to 80.21 per cent from 73.66 per cent a year ago.                          

Bank has clocked a business turnover of Rs 1,47,128.51 crores as of 31-12-2022, with a YoY growth rate of  9.79 per cent, deposits of Rs 84,596.40 crores with YoY growth rate of 7.86 per cent and Advances of Rs 62,532.11 crores with YoY growth rate of 12.51 per cent. 

Announcing the results at the Bank’s Head Quarters at Mangaluru, Shri Mahabaleshwara M S, Managing Director & CEO of the Bank said, “The impressive all-round performance of the Bank is on account of improved operational efficiency facilitated by various initiatives under KBL VIKAAS. The NII has gone up by 26.74 per cent. NIM has improved to an all-time high of 3.63 per cent as compared to 3.15 per cent as on 31-12-2022. Further, the Bank has also shown improvement in GNPA, and NNPA indicating better asset quality. Further PCR has also improved to an all time high of 80.21 per cent. The consistent and stable performance has been the hallmark of the Bank, and going forward Bank will strive hard for its sustainability with a higher scale”

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