May to meet Trump at World Economic Forum in Davos

Jan 20 2018 | 1 hrs ago

British Prime Minister Theresa May and US President Donald Trump will meet at the World Economic Forum in Davos next week, Downing Street has confirmed.

S&P 500, Nasdaq notch record high despite shutdown concerns

Jan 20 2018 | 1 hrs ago

S&P 500 and the Nasdaq closed at record high while investors assessed the possibility of a government shutdown.

Trump signs bill renewing foreign surveillance programme

Jan 20 2018 | 1 hrs ago

) US President Donald Trump has signed a bill into law to renew a controversial foreign intelligence surveillance programme.

Moscow favours collective world leadership: Russian FM

Jan 20 2018 | 1 hrs ago

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has said his country is in favour of collective leadership instead of US global leadership.

Hezbollah crticises Lebanon decision to allow Spielberg

Jan 19 2018

Hezbollah criticized the Lebanese govt for allowing cinemas to screen Spielberg’s film “The Post” despite calls for a ban because of the director’s links to Israel.

Wall Street opens higher as investors shrug off shutdown fears

Jan 19 2018

Wall Street’s main indexes rose, powered by gains in Amazon and Nike, while investors shrugged off fears of a looming U.S. government shutdown.

Forex reserves at new record high of $413.825 billion

Jan 19 2018

The foreign exchange reserves rose by USD 2.7 bn to scale a new life-time high of USD 413.825 bn in the week to January 12, due to increase in foreign currency assets.

SEC says bitcoin funds raise 'investor protection issues'

Jan 19 2018

The U.S. securities regulator raised alarm about the safety of bitcoin-themed investments, telling the fund industry they want answers to their concerns.

China looks to call bluff on Donald Trump trade action

Jan 19 2018

As influential voices within the U.S. business community warn China that US President Donald Trump is serious about tough action over Beijing’s trade practices.

Wall Street set to rise as investors shrug off govt shutdown fear

Jan 19 2018

Wall Street was set to open slightly higher as investors bet on strong corporate earnings, while playing down fears of a potential US government shutdown.

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Total Income at Rs 1,808 Cr vs Rs 734 Cr, 2.5x

EBITDA at Rs 1462 Cr Vs Rs 475 Cr, up 3x

EBITDA margins at Rs 95% vs 93.5%

PAT Rs 842 Cr vs Rs 99.3 Cr, up 8x

All results are Consol & comparable YoY


PAT at Rs 57 Cr vs 51 Cr up 11.8%

NII at Rs 250 Cr vs 209 Cr up 19.6%

Non-Interest Income at Rs 75 Cr vs 64 Cr, up 17.2%

Operating Profit at Rs 123 Cr vs 109 Cr, up 12.8%

Net Interest Margin at 4.12% vs 3.95% YoY

All results are comparable YoY


Net Sales up 36% at Rs 214.5 Cr Vs Rs 157.6 Cr

EBITDA up 3.1x at Rs 59.8 Cr Vs Rs 19.4 Cr

EBITDA Margin at 27.9% V 12.3%

Net Profit up 3.3x at Rs 36 Cr Vs Rs 11 Cr

Other Income up 36% at Rs 11.7 Cr Vs Rs 8.6 Cr

All figures are standalone and comparable YoY


Net Sales up 6.9% at Rs 254.8 Cr Vs Rs 238.4 Cr

EBITDA up 80% at Rs 70.1 Cr Vs Rs 39 Cr

EBITDA Margin at 27.5% vs 16.4%

Net Profit up 2.3x at Rs 43.2 cr vs Rs 18.8 cr

All figures are comparable YoY


AUM at Rs 44971 Cr Vs Rs 37505 Cr, Up 20%

Disbursements at Rs 5731 Cr Vs Rs 4812 Cr, Up 19%

Total Income at Rs 1411 Cr Vs Rs 1134 Cr, Up 24%

Calc NII at Rs 645 Cr Vs Rs 419 Cr, Up 54%

PAT at Rs 105 Cr Vs Rs 67 Cr, Up 56%

All results are comparable YoY

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