The 8 reports from 4 analysts offering long term price targets for Indian Bank have an average target of 94.50. The consensus estimate represents an upside of 58.03% from the last price of 59.80.
|Summary||Date||Stock||Broker||Price at Reco.||Target||Price at reco|
Change since reco(%)
|2020-10-23||Indian Bank||Dolat Capital||61.25||74.00||61.25 (-2.37%)||23.75||Accumulate|
|2020-08-19||Indian Bank||Geojit BNP Paribas||64.35||72.00||64.35 (-7.07%)||20.40||Accumulate|
Geojit BNP Paribas
Indian bank is a mid-sized bank in the public sector, with a pre-merger loan book size of ~Rs.2,06,000cr and deposit base of ~Rs.2,60,000cr. Allahabad Bank was merged with Indian Bank on 1st April 2020 and operates through a network of 6062 branches....
|2020-08-15||Indian Bank||Dolat Capital||63.35||74.00||63.35 (-5.60%)||23.75||Accumulate|
respectively on an amalgamated basis, driven by lower slippages, higher treasury gains and lower other opex. Moratorium levels for TLs at 20% as of July-end based on one unpaid monthly instalment looks superior compared with peers. Based on two unpaid installments, the ratio stands at 7%. Despite the 160 bps erosion in CET1 ratio owing to the amalgamation with Allahabad bank, bank's CET1 ratio at 10.3% as of 1QFY20 remains the best amongst PSBs. With low capital consumption (RWA/assets at...
|2020-02-19||Indian Bank||ICICI Securities Limited||80.05||100.00||80.05 (-25.30%)||67.22||Buy|
ICICI Securities Limited
Higher slippages offset a decline in cost of funds keeping margins flat at ~2.9%. Hence, NII growth came in at 14% YoY to | 1955 crore. Other income rose 133% YoY to | 1039 crore, led by one-off income tax refund of | 296 crore and healthy growth in fee based income. Healthy topline & steady opex aided operational performance with PPP at | 1919 crore, up 67.3% YoY. Excluding one-off tax refund, growth in PPP remains healthy at 41.5% YoY to | 1623 crore. Despite higher provision and tax outgo (as the bank shifted to new tax regime), earnings came at | 247 core, up 62% YoY....
|2020-01-29||Indian Bank||Chola Wealth Direct||103.80||132.00||103.80 (-42.39%)||120.74||Buy|
Chola Wealth Direct
Despite the macroeconomic headwinds Indian bank's total advances increased by 9% YoY to 1.9tn during the quarter. The domestic loan book increased by 8.2% YoY, buoyed by growth in RAM (Retail, Agricultural and MSME) segment, which was up by 18% YoY (3%...
|2020-01-28||Indian Bank||Geojit BNP Paribas||100.15||129.00||100.15 (-40.29%)||115.72||Buy|
Geojit BNP Paribas
Indian bank is a mid-sized bank in the public sector, with a loan book size of ~Rs1,93,000cr and deposit base of ~Rs257,000cr. The bank operates through a network of 2,887 domestic branches largely distributed across the Southern states. The merger of Indian bank and Allahabad bank to make it the 7th largest public sector bank, with nationwide presence. Pre provision profit grew at 67% YoY with Net Interest Income growing at 14% and other income at 134%....
|2019-11-01||Indian Bank||Chola Wealth Direct||132.80||176.00||132.80 (-54.97%)||194.31||Buy|
Chola Wealth Direct
In 2QFY20, Indian bank's total advances increased by 12.7% YoY to INR 1.94tn. The domestic loan book grew by 12.5% YoY (+ 5.3% QoQ), driven by strong growth in RAM (Retail, Agricultural and MSME) segment, which was up by 17.3% YoY (6.5% QoQ). The bank's corporate lending segment registered slightly muted growth of 5.8% YoY, however the management expects to achieve 12% growth in the coming quarters. The bank's management has guided for overall loan book growth of 15-18% for FY20E,...
|2019-10-30||Indian Bank||Geojit BNP Paribas||128.80||156.00||128.80 (-53.57%)||160.87||Buy|
Geojit BNP Paribas
Indian bank is a mid-sized bank in the public sector, with a loan book size of ~Rs194,000cr and deposit base of ~Rs253,000cr. The bank operates through a network of 2,884 domestic branches largely distributed across the Southern states. The merger of Indian bank and Allahabad bank to make it the 7th largest public sector bank, with nationwide presence. The Net Interest Income (NII) grew at 7.6% YoY due to higher growth in cost of funds compared to that of the interest yield....
|2019-08-07||Indian Bank||Reliance Securities||198.85||250.00||198.85 (-69.93%)||Buy|
|2019-08-05||Indian Bank||Motilal Oswal||189.60||250.00||189.60 (-68.46%)||Buy|
1QFY20 PAT of INR3.7b (significantly ahead of estimates), was led by higher treasury gains and lower provisions of INR7.9b (v/s est. of INR10.6b). NII declined 1% YoY to INR17.8b (in-line); however, domestic margins declined 10bp QoQ to 2.9% due to 5bp increase in cost of funds. Other income grew 58% YoY led by treasury gains of INR2.0b. Total income trailed opex growth of 16% YoY, resulting in modest PPoP growth of 6% YoY. C/I ratio stood at 44.6% (v/s 46.6% in 4QFY19). Loan book grew 12% YoY (2% QoQ decline) to INR1.8t while deposits grew...
|2019-06-26||Indian Bank||Geojit BNP Paribas||267.60||292.00||267.60 (-77.65%)||Accumulate|
Geojit BNP Paribas
Indian bank is a mid-sized bank in the public sector with loan book size of ~ Rs1,87,900cr. The bank operates through a network of 2,875 branches largely distributed across the Southern states like Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala. The bank has rebalanced the loan portfolio from corporate to retail, agriculture and MSME segments to reduce credit risk. Strong CASA ratio at 35.5% act as a major strength which helps to keep the cost of funds at a lower level....
|2019-05-20||Indian Bank||Chola Wealth Direct||254.20||286.00||254.20 (-76.48%)||Target met||Buy|
Chola Wealth Direct
Sector: Banks /Mid-Cap | Earnings Update 4QFY19 Background: Indian Bank features among the mid-sized banks in the public sector space, as of 4QFY19 the bank had business of about INR 4.3tn. The Bank operates through a network of 2842 branches; Indian Bank's footprint is largely skewed towards the southern states of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala. With...
|2019-05-14||Indian Bank||Motilal Oswal||236.00||280.00||236.00 (-74.66%)||Target met||Buy|
seasonally strong quarter, while forex income nearly doubled to INR841m. However, growth in total income trailed that in opex (+13% YoY), leading to modest PPoP growth of 7% YoY. C/I ratio was at 46.6% (4QFY18: 45.3%). Loan book grew by 15.8% YoY to INR1.8t, while deposits increased 16.2% YoY to INR2.4t. The share of RAM advances stood at 58.1% (v/s 56.9% in 4Q FY18). CASA deposit growth stood at 9.2% YoY, leading to a marginal decline in the CASA ratio to 35.5% (v/s 35.7% in 3QFY19). Slippages moderated to INR10.1b (v/s INR17.5b in 3QFY19), while...
|2019-01-25||Indian Bank||Motilal Oswal||237.45||300.00||237.45 (-74.82%)||Buy|
25 January 2019 INBK reported PAT of INR1.5b, significantly below our estimate of INR3.2b due to lower other income of INR4.4b (25% miss). NII grew 6% YoY (-1% QoQ) to INR17.2b (6% below our estimate) due to higher interest reversals of INR1.8b. Margins shrank 9bp QoQ to 2.88% in the quarter. Fee income declined 10.2% QoQ to INR2.6b, while forex income was also down 8% QoQ. This, along with treasury profits of INR575m, led to a -19%/ 4% YoY/QoQ decline in other income. Loan book grew 15.4% YoY to INR1.
|2018-11-20||Indian Bank||SPA Research||227.00||335.00||227.00 (-73.66%)||Buy|
Indian Bank (IB) reported NII of INR 17.3bn (12% y-o-y & -4% q-o-q) led by loan book growth of (19% y-o-y & 5% q-o-q) to INR 1.7bn. Margins for the quarters stood at 2.97% (12bps y-o-y & -17bps q-o-q). Weak treasury gains led to decline in other income to INR 4.3bn (-40% y-o-y & -3% q-o-q) and PPOP income of INR 11.9bn (-13% y-o-y & -8% q-o-q). Elevated provision of INR 10bn (35% y-o-y & -2% q-o-q) resulted in lower PAT of INR 1.5bn (-67% y-o-y & -28% q-o-q). GNPA / NNPA stood at 7.2% / 4.2% for the quarter respectively. Asset Quality disappoints; PCR declines by 356bps q-o-q to 61%. Asset quality deteriorated on a sequential basis with GNPA / NNPA in absolute terms stood at INR 123.3bn / 70.6bn (4% / 18% q-o-q)...
|2018-11-13||Indian Bank||Chola Wealth Direct||223.00||304.00||223.00 (-73.18%)||Buy|
|2018-08-13||Indian Bank||HDFC Securities||338.90||338.90 (-82.35%)||Results Update|
|2018-08-09||Indian Bank||Reliance Securities||358.00||430.00||358.00 (-83.30%)||Buy|
ff The Bank expects improvement in asset quality led by decline in gross NPA ratio to 6% and net NPA ratio to <3% by FY19-end from current levels of 7.4% and 3.8%, respectively. Maintaining that the worst of NPA recognition is over, the Management expects a substantial...
|2018-05-16||Indian Bank||Reliance Securities||301.60||430.00||301.60 (-80.17%)||Buy|
Indian Bank's gross NPA surged by 25% QoQ and 21.5% YoY to Rs120bn in 4QFY18 led by accelerated NPA recognition from loan under the RBI's different restructuring schemes owing to one-time impact of February 12th circular. Resultantly, the Bank's provisioning expenses spiked by 91.6% YoY and 68.4% QoQ to Rs15.5bn. Further, the Bank witnessed muted growth in NII (+18.3% YoY & 0.9% QoQ) owing to higher interest reversal led by sharp rise in fresh slippages. Thus, the Bank reported subdued pre-provisioning profit (+8.7% YoY and -3.8% QoQ), which along with higher provisioning led to 58.7% YoY and 56.5% QoQ decline in reported PAT to...
|2018-05-10||Indian Bank||Motilal Oswal||313.00||371.00||313.00 (-80.89%)||Target met||Buy|
INBK reported a loss before tax of INR3.8b, as provisions were elevated due to high slippages from the RBI's revised stress asset guidelines. However, tax write-backs led to PAT of INR1.3b (60% miss). Provisions included ~INR540m toward NCLT exposures, INR3.7b toward accounts slipped due to the RBI's revised stressed asset guidelines, and INR1.02b toward MTM losses. NII grew 18% YoY to INR16.4b (2% miss), led by 23% YoY loan growth, with flattish margin (NIM at 2.84%), despite interest reversals of INR320m. NII growth was partially offset by lower other income (-16% YoY due to an 85%...