Earnings Per Share (EPS) Of 20 Non-Life Insurance Companies In Nepal

February 16, 2021 | Investopaper

Earnings Per Share (EPS) is the one of the important indicators while analyzing the profitability of the company. Higher EPS is more preferable to the investors as it will translate into higher dividends. Hence, investors value companies with greater EPS and provide higher share prices to those companies.


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Earnings Per Share (EPS) is calculated by dividing the net profit of the company by its total number of shares. Here, we have calculated the EPS of non-life (general) insurance companies of Nepal.

Note: The Earnings Per Share (EPS) of non-life (general) insurance companies is based on the unaudited second quarter report of the fiscal year 2077/78. The EPS is annualized for the purpose of comparison. After the audit, the numbers may vary.

The table below ranks the non-life insurance companies of Nepal based on the Earnings Per Share (EPS).


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Earnings Per Share (EPS) Of 20 Non-Life Insurance Companies In Nepal

S.N Non-Life Insurance Companies In Nepal Earnings Per Share, EPS (Rs.)
1 Rastriya Beema Company 103.08
2 Neco Insurance Company Limited 40.08
3 Sagarmatha Insurance Company Limited 35.40
4 Shikhar Insurance Company Limited 35.13
5 Premier Insurance Company Limited 34.79
6 NLG Insurance Company Limited 28.08
7 IME General Insurance Company Limited 27.77
8 Siddhartha Insurance Company Limited 27.38
9 Lumbini General Insurance Company Limited 17.95
10 Nepal Insurance Company Limited 17.84
11 Prabhu Insurance Company Limited 16.06
12 Prudential Insurance Company Limited 14.32
13 Everest Insurance Company Limited 13.54
14 Himalayan General Insurance Company Limited 11.44
15 Ajod Insurance Company Limited 8.12
16 General Insurance Company Limited 7.28
17 Sanima General Insurance Company Limited 5.92
18 United Insurance Company Limited 5.33
19 Oriental Insurance Company Limited
20 National Insurance Company Limited

Source: Unaudited Second Quarterly Report, FY 2077/78


Earnings Per Share (EPS) In FY 2076/77

S.N Non-Life Insurance Companies In Nepal Earnings Per Share, EPS (Rs.)
1 Rastriya Beema Company 239.53
2 Sagarmatha Insurance Company Limited 35.78
3 Neco Insurance Company Limited 34.04
4 Premier Insurance Company Limited 32.93
5 Shikhar Insurance Company Limited 32.75
6 Siddhartha Insurance Company Limited 30.02
7 Prabhu Insurance Company Limited 24.05
8 Nepal Insurance Company Limited 21.59
9 NLG Insurance Company Limited 19.93
10 IME General Insurance Company Limited 19.44
11 Lumbini General Insurance Company Limited 17.88
12 Everest Insurance Company Limited 17.62
13 Himalayan General Insurance Company Limited 16.20
14 Prudential Insurance Company Limited 13.80
15 Sanima General Insurance Company Limited 7.94
16 General Insurance Company Limited 7.23
17 Ajod Insurance Company Limited 6.21
18 United Insurance Company Limited 3.32
19 National Insurance Company Limited
20 Oriental Insurance Company Limited

Source: Unaudited Fourth Quarterly Report, FY 2076/77

Note: National Insurance and Oriental Insurance are the branches of foreign insurance companies. Since, they have no capital, the per share earnings couldn’t be computed.

Conclusion

Among the 20 non-life insurance companies in Nepal, the state owned Rastriya Beema Company has the highest earnings per share (EPS) of Rs. 103.08. Neco Insurance is second to Rastriya Beema Company in terms of EPS with Rs 40.08. Similarly, Sagarmatha Insurance has the Earnings Per Share (EPS) of Rs 35.40. On the other hand, United Insurance Company has the lowest EPS of Rs 5.33.


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