Nepal Investment Mega Bank Q2 Report: 13.62% Net Profit Decline Amid Strong Financial Position

Nepal Investment Mega Bank Limited (NIMB) has recently disclosed its financial performance for the second quarter of fiscal year 2080/81, indicating a 13.62% decrease in net profit, which now stands at Rs 1.08 Arba.

Despite the decline in net profit, the bank remains in a strong financial position with a total paid-up capital of Rs. 34.12 Arba and reserves amounting to Rs. 26.07 Arba. It is important to note the negative retained earnings at Rs 1.95 Arba.

During the same period, the bank’s total deposits reached an impressive Rs 3.89 Kharba, while loans and advances to customers totaled Rs 3.12 Kharba. An encouraging aspect was the substantial 80.20% increase in Net Interest Income, reaching Rs. 7.54 Arba. However, the financial report also highlighted significant expenditures, including personnel expenses of Rs. 1.73 Arba and impairment charges of Rs. 2.86 Arba.

In terms of key financial metrics for the second quarter, NIMB reported an annualized Earnings Per Share (EPS) of Rs 10.56, and the net worth per share stood at Rs 170.68. Nonetheless, concerns arose as the Non-Performing Loans (NPL) spiked to 4.75%. Additionally, the bank revealed a negative distributable profit of Rs. 1.95 Arba.


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