November 3, 2022 | Investopaper
First Microfinance Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited (FMDBL), in the first-quarter of the fiscal year 2079/80, has reported a 61 percent rise in net profit. The company posted a net profit of Rs.6.37 crores in the three months period. In the corresponding period of the previous year, such profit stood at Rs. 3.94 crores.
As of Ashwin’s end 2079 BS, the company has a paid-up capital of Rs. 96.44 crores. At this capital, the Earnings Per Share (EPS) is at Rs. 26.45 [Annualized]. The total reserve and surplus is Rs. 49.67 crores.
Until Q1, First Microfinance borrowed the total amount of Rs. 9.21 Arba and provided loans of Rs. 10.36 Arba.
The net interest income grew by 98 percent to Rs. 12.01 crores. This resulted in a sharp rise in operating profit to Rs. 9.11 crores.
The Non-Performing Loans (NPL) is zero. Likewise, the base rate has increased to 13.01 percent from 10.28 percent.
FMDBL traded at Rs 604 at the end of the first quarter. At this price, the P/E ratio is 22.84 which shows that the stock is relatively fairly priced.
The table below presents the performance of First microfinance until the First quarter of the fiscal year 2078/79.
First Microfinance Laghubitta (FMDBL): Q1 Report Summary, FY 2079/80
|Financial Indicators||Q1, F.Y. 2079/80||Q4, F.Y. 2078/79||Percent Change|
|Paid up capital (Rs.’crores’)||96.44||96.44||0.00|
|Reserve and Surplus (Rs.’ crores’)||49.67||43.29||14.74|
|Loans & Advances (Rs.’Arba’)||10.36||10.39||-0.29|
|Financial Indicators||Q1, F.Y. 2079/80||Q1, F.Y. 2078/79||Percent Change|
|Net Interest Income (Rs.’crores’)||12.01||6.06||98.18|
|Operating Profit (Rs. ‘crores’)||9.11||5.63||61.81|
|Net Profit (Rs.’crores’)||6.37||3.94||61.68|
|Distributable Profit (Rs.’crores’)||2.34|
|Non Performing Loans, NPL (%)||0||0||0|
|Base Rate (%)||13.01||10.28||26.56|
|Earnings Per Share, EPS (Rs.)||26.45|
|Networth Per Share ( Rs.)||149.52|
|Market Price Per Share (Rs.) [Ashwin end, 2079 BS]||604|
Source: Unaudited Q1 Report, FY 2079/80
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