Muktinath Bikas Bank Q2 FY 2080/81: 32.93% Net Profit Drop

Muktinath Bikas Bank Limited (MNBBL) has disclosed its second-quarter report for the fiscal year 2080/81, revealing a notable 32.93% decrease in net profit, dropping from Rs. 62.62 Crores in Q2 FY 2079/80 to Rs. 42 Crores in Q2 FY 2080/81. Concurrently, the bank reported a negative distributable profit after PL Appropriation and Regulatory Adjustments, amounting to Rs. 31.72 Crores during the same quarter.

In terms of deposits, customer deposits underwent a 3.55% reduction, settling at Rs. 1.12 Kharba. However, loans and advances to customers saw a 1.95% upswing, reaching Rs. 96.29 Arba. Despite these fluctuations, the bank’s core business income, represented by Net Interest Income, demonstrated a positive trend, experiencing a 2.12% increase to Rs. 2.08 Arba compared to the corresponding quarter of the previous year.

MNBBL’s financial structure comprises a paid-up capital of Rs. 7.04 Arba and Rs. 2.92 Arba in reserves and surplus. The annualized earnings per share (EPS) for the bank stood at Rs. 11.24, accompanied by a Net worth per share of Rs. 137.03.

A notable aspect is the company’s trading position, characterized by a Price/Earnings (P/E) multiple of 34.22 times. Additionally, the Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR) of the bank stands at 11.25%. However, there is a noteworthy increase in the Non-performing loan (NPL) ratio, which climbed to 2.51%.


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