Whereas mortgage loans (up 13% y-o-y; 24% of loans) and Agri loans (up 15% y-o-y; 15% of loans) elevated, company loans (flat y-o-y; 35% of loans) and retail (down 5% y-o-y; 16% of loans) dragged mortgage e book progress.
For Q4FY21, the financial institution reported PAT of Rs 16.8 bn. NII (up 8% y-o-y) and payment earnings progress (up 9% y-o-y) had been muted. NIMs declined 12bp q-o-q. Nevertheless, excessive treasury positive aspects and managed opex (up solely 3% y-o-y) supported working revenue progress of 25% y-o-y. This allowed the financial institution to soak up increased provisioning prices (c216bp for This fall vs common of 131bp for the previous 4 quarters) and report PAT progress of 33%. Mortgage progress (up 2%) remained decrease in distinction to deposit progress (up 7% y-o-y).
Stress on steadiness sheet moderated: Financial institution reported gross slippages of Rs 54 bn (2.5% of loans) and 108bp for credit score value for FY21. Its gross NPA ratio remained broadly secure at 3.2% (vs 3.3% q-o-q). Internet NPAs additionally remained secure q-o-q at 1.2%. The restructured e book (beneath RBI decision) was at 19bp of loans and SMA-2 excellent was at 5bp. Thus, complete careworn loans stood at 3.5% of loans (vs 3.9% q-o-q). Towards this, the financial institution is holding 3.1% of complete provisions, taking internet careworn loans to 0.4% of loans.
Stress on retail deposit progress continues: In Q4FY21, complete deposit progress moderated to 7% y-o-y . The slowdown in deposits was pushed by the low traction on time period deposits (down 4% y-o-y) at the same time as CASA deposit grew at 15% y-o-y (CASA ratio at 60%). On the asset facet, mortgage e book progress remained muted (up 2% y-o-y). Whereas mortgage loans (up 13% y-o-y; 24% of loans) and Agri loans (up 15% y-o-y; 15% of loans) elevated, company loans (flat y-o-y; 35% of loans) and retail (down 5% y-o-y; 16% of loans) dragged mortgage e book progress.
Retain Scale back: As highlighted earlier, the tenures of each the MD and joint-MD will finish in Jan-24. Therefore, there’ll stay an overhang on KMB to nominate a successor. Furthermore, regardless of muted opex progress, the opex to belongings ratio (2.3% for FY21) was increased in contrast with the peer common (1.7%) because the financial institution has a better staff to department ratio (29x vs peer common of 17-20x). Therefore, regardless of the pick-up in mortgage progress, this could maintain the associated fee ratio sticky and RoE subdued (11-12% over FY22e-23e). Our FY22-23 PAT estimates are largely unchanged (+/-1%). Our unchanged TP of Rs 1,450 implies 22x FY23e standalone EPS and a couple of.5x FY23e standalone BVPS.