New Delhi: Shares of ICICI Financial institution on Monday jumped almost 6 % after the corporate reported an over four-fold bounce in consolidated web revenue for September quarter.
The inventory gained 6.64 % to Rs 418.65 on the BSE.
On the NSE, it jumped 6.59 % to Rs 418.50.
ICICI Financial institution on Saturday reported over four-fold bounce in consolidated web revenue at Rs 4,882 crore for the September quarter pushed largely by core revenue development and lesser provisions for the pandemic-related influence.
Within the year-ago quarter, the revenue stood at Rs 1,131 crore.
On a standalone foundation, the second largest non-public sector lender’s revenue after tax jumped to Rs 4,251 crore as towards Rs 655 crore within the year-ago interval, which is the best quarterly development in its historical past.
The core web curiosity revenue (NII) moved up 16 % to Rs 9,366 crore regardless of a 0.10 % contraction within the web curiosity margin to three.57 % and credit score development being almost half that of deposit development at 6 per cent.
Its president Sandeep Batra attributed the excessive revenue development to NII, and credited the technique of threat calibrated development adopted by the financial institution beneath new management over the past two years for delivering increased revenue.