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Manappuram’s Q2 Net Profit At ₹405 Crore

Manappuram Finance Ltd. reported a consolidated net profit of ₹ 405.44 crore. Profit is higher by 10.2 per cent in comparison to ₹ 367.97 crore reported in the preceding quarter. Net profit for the standalone entity (which excludes subsidiaries) is reported at ₹ 405.56 crore, an increase of 20.6% in comparison to Rs.336.17 crore reported a year ago (9.9% compared to the first quarter).

Total consolidated operating income during the quarter stood at ₹1,565.58 crore, an increase of 16.6 per cent in comparison to ₹1,343.03 crore reported a year ago. Consolidated assets under management (AUM) grew by 18.6 per cent to ₹26,902.73 crore, from ₹22,676.93 crore in the second quarter of the previous fiscal year.

The Board of Directors met at Valapad today to consider the results, and approved payment of interim dividend of ₹0.60 per share with face value of ₹2.

Sharing the results with the media, Mr. V.P. Nandakumar, MD & CEO, said, “We are seeing robust demand for gold loans as economic activities recover ground in India with our rural economy leading the way. Accordingly, we could maintain strong growth in gold loans helped by our digital infrastructure and our robust online gold loan platform.

The companys gold loan portfolio posted a strong growth of 30.1 per cent to ₹19,736.02 crore, from ₹15,168.34 crore in the year ago quarter. The number of live gold loan customers stood at 25.6 lakhs as of September 30, 2020.

Manappuram’s microfinance subsidiary, Asirvad Microfinance Ltd. ended the quarter with an AUM of ₹4,971.03 crore, a growth of 5.2 per cent compared to ₹4,724.25 crore in the year ago quarter. With 23.04 lakh customers and 1,036 branches across 23 states/UTs, Asirvad Microfinance is now India’s fourth largest NBFC-MFI.

The company’s home loans subsidiary, Manappuram Home Finance Ltd., reported an AUM of ₹620.62 crore (₹567.93 crore) while its Vehicles & Equipment Finance division ended the quarter with an AUM of ₹1,062.28 crore (₹1,317.76 crore). The company’s non-gold loan businesses accounts for a 26.6 per cent share of its consolidated AUM.

Average borrowing costs for the standalone entity declined by 26 basis points during the quarter, to 9.13 per cent. The gross NPA stood at 1.11 per cent with net NPA reported at 0.68 per cent. The company’s consolidated net worth stood at ₹6,450.83 crore as of September 30, 2020. The book value per share stands at ₹76.24 and the its capital adequacy ratio (standalone) was at 24.8 per cent. On a consolidated basis, the total borrowings of the company stood at ₹24,735 crore while the total number of live customers stood at 50.02 lakhs as on September 30, 2020.

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