CSB Bank (CSB BANK) Share Price

Sector: Banks | ISIN: INE679A01013
₹ 331.05 (-0.91%) icon30 May, 2024, 12:00:00 AM

CSB Bank Ltd KEY RATIOS

sector: Banks

  • CMP

    as on 5/30/2024 12:00:00 AM

    ₹ 331.05 -3.05 -0.91
  • Open
  • ₹ 334.1
  • Prev. Close
  • ₹ 334.1
  • Turnover(Lac.)
  • ₹ 0
  • Day's High
  • ₹ 335.65
  • Day's Low
  • ₹ 329
  • 52 Week's High
  • ₹ 422.25
  • 52 Week's Low
  • ₹ 263.1
  • Book Value
  • ₹ 208.57
  • Face Value
  • ₹ 10
  • Mkt Cap (₹ Cr.)
  • 5,743.25
  • P/E
  • 10.33
  • EPS
  • 32.67
  • Divi. Yield
  • 0

CSB Bank Ltd Corporate Actions

02 Apr , 2024

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15 Mar , 2024

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02 Jan , 2024

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02 Jan , 2024

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14 Dec , 2023

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04 Oct , 2023

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25 Sep , 2023

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07 Jul , 2023

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05 Jul , 2023

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05 Jul , 2023

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20 Jun , 2023

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CSB Bank Ltd News and Update

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Out of total deposits, CASA deposits stood at Rs6,795.17 crore for the financial year 2021-22 as against Rs6,161.80 crore for FY2020-21.

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CSB Bank Ltd SHAREHOLDING SNAPSHOT
30 May , 2024 | 06:23 PM

PROMOTER - TOTAL49.72%

Indian: 0.00%

Foreign: 49.7234%

NON-PROMOTER - TOTAL 47.66%

Institutions: 20.93%

Non-Institutions: 26.72%

CUSTODIES - 2.62%

Custodies: 2.62%

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CSB Bank Ltd FINANCIALS

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CSB Bank Ltd PEER COMPARISON

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MORE ABOUT CSB Bank Ltd

  • Bhama Krishnamurthy
  • Chairperson
  • Sumit Maheshwari
  • Non-Exec & Non-Independent Dir
  • Sijo Varghese
  • Company Sec. & Compli. Officer
  • Sharmila Abhay Karve
  • Independent Director
  • Sudhin Choksey
  • Independent Director
  • Madhavan Menon
  • Non-Exec & Non-Independent Dir
  • Sunil Srivastav
  • Independent Director
  • Pralay Mandal
  • Managing Director & CEO
  • Sharad Kumar Saxena
  • Independent Director
  • Biswamohan Mahapatra
  • Independent Director
  • B K Divakara
  • Whole Time Director

Summary

CSB Bank Limited (Formerly known The Catholic Syrian Bank Limited) is one of the fastest growing private sector banks in India with a significant branch presence in the Thrissur district of Kerala and steadily increasing network across India with a special thrust on Northern and Western part of the country. The Bank operates into 4 segment verticals, comprising of SME Banking, Retail banking, Wholesale Banking and Treasury operations. The CSB Bank was incorporated in November 26, 1920. The Bank commenced business on 01 January, 1921 with an authorized capital of Rs. 5 lakhs and a paid up capital of Rs. 45270/-. Presently, the Bank has a network of 603 branches in India and provide a range of banking and financial services including SME banking, Retail banking, Corporate banking and treasury operations.During the FY2020, the bank has raised capital of Rs 409.68 crore through Initial Public Offering(IPO) and the shares of the bank were listed in BSE and NSE from 04 December 2019.During the first two decades of its functioning, the Bank concentrated only in Kerala. Banks and credit institutions which proliferated especially in Kerala received a jolt and many of them came to their doom following the crash of the Travancore National Quilon Bank in 1938 followed by Palai Central Bank in 1960. During the period many small banks came to the verge of collapse shaking the confidence of the public and what followed was a process of consolidation. The strategy of mergers and... Read More


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