Several Microfinance companies of Nepal have published the fourth quarter report of fiscal year 2075/76. The microfinance companies have shown impressive growth in their latest reports. Due to this reason, the share price of microfinance companies is rapidly rising lately in the stock market.
Here, we are trying to make a comparative analysis of the performance of 8 microfinance companies with capital up to Rs. 10 crores. See the performance of each microfinance and decide which is the best of all. Which company’s share would you like to purchase? Feel free to share your views in the comment section below.
Note 1: Trilok and Suryodaya Laghubitta are in the merger agreement.
Note 2: The comparative performance report is based on the unaudited fourth-quarter report of fiscal year 2075/76. It may change after the audit.
Comparative Performance of 8 Microfinance
A. Paid-Up Capital, Reserve, Borrowings, Deposits and Loans
|MICROFINANCE||PAID-UP CAPITAL (Rs. In crores)||RESERVE (Rs. In crores)||BORROWINGS (Rs. In crores)||DEPOSITS (Rs. In crores)||LOANS (Rs. In crores)|
B. Net Interest Income, Profit, NPL, Cost of Fund
|MICROFINANCE||NET INTEREST INCOME (Rs. In crores)||PROFIT (Rs. In crores)||NON PERFORMING LOANS, NPL (%)||COST OF FUND (%)|
C. EPS, Networth, Market Price, and P/E Ratio
|MICROFINANCE||EARNINGS PER SHARE, EPS (Rs.)||NETWORTH PER SHARE (Rs.)||PRICE PER SHARE (Rs.)||P/E RATIO|
Note: Market price per share is of Ashad 31, 2076. P/E ratio is based on the price of that date.