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Yes Bank net rises on lower provisions

However, core net interest income (NII — interest earned minus interest paid) dipped 31% over the corresponding previous quarter to Rs 1,764 cr from Rs 2,560 cr
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Our Special Correspondent   |   Mumbai   |   Published 23.01.22, 02:07 AM

Yes Bank posted better-than-expected profits for the third quarter ended December 31, 2021 on lower provisions. Net profits of the private sector lender shot up to Rs 266 crore compared with Rs 151 crore in the same period of the previous year — a rise of 76.8 per cent.

Provisions fell 82 per cent to Rs 375 crore from Rs 2,089 crore in the previous year period. Analysts had expected the bank to report a net profit of around Rs 150 crore.

However, core net interest income (NII — interest earned minus interest paid) dipped 31 per cent over the corresponding previous quarter to Rs 1,764 crore from Rs 2,560 crore. Non-interest income fell 32.5 per cent to Rs 734 crore (Rs 1,087 crore).

In terms of asset quality, gross non-performing assets (NPAs) in absolute terms stood at Rs 28,654.49 crore compared with Rs 28,740.59 crore on a sequential basis.

The percentage of gross NPAs moderated slightly to 14.65 per cent from Rs 14.97 per cent over the same period a year ago while the net NPA ratio stood at 5.29 per cent against 5.55 per cent in the preceding three months.

Yes Bank added that fresh slippages were significantly lower on a sequential basis at Rs 978 crore against Rs 1,783 crore in the preceding three months, while the resolution momentum continued with Rs 610 crore of cash recoveries and Rs 573 crore of upgrades during the quarter.

During the period, net advances at Rs 176,241 crore showed a rise of 2 per cent over the July-September period while total deposits at Rs 184,288 crore showed a rise of 4.3 per cent over the same period.

The retail-corporate mix improved by 300 basis points over the preceding quarter to 57:43.

Within deposits, the low-cost current & saving accounts (CASA) continued to grow at two times the rate of overall deposits growth. Its CASA ratio came in at 30.4 per cent against 29.4 per cent last quarter, thus showing an improvement of 100 basis points.

The private sector lender said that it opened more than 100,000 CASA accounts in December.



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