The only other is JBNL which was merged with GBIME few years back. All other commercial banks saw their profits decreased during covid compared to their profits in 2019. So what might be the reason behind GBIME’s increase?

Edit: bad question. All commercial banks had their profits decreased during covid. GBIME’s seeming increase is due to merger. And JBNL didn’t have profits increased. It ceased to exist since merger, so no separate financial report for JBNL since merger. (my data bad)

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