IDEA2ACT - Buy: State Bank of India

Buy - SBIN

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05 Feb, 2021

SBI is the country's largest commercial bank, in terms of assets, deposits, branches and employees. On the credit front, the bank has loans of Rs23.7tn, as of FY20, implying a market share of ~23%. It has a stronghold in most segments, including SME, corporate, government, rural and international, despite inroads made by private banks. In addition to banking services, the bank, through its subsidiaries, provides a range of financial services including life and general insurance, merchant banking, mutual funds, credit cards etc.

Key highlights of 3QFY21:

• SBIN’s reported profit of Rs62.6bn was below estimate primarily due to higher operating expenses.
• Provisions of Rs108bn were made in the quarter including Rs58.85bn towards COVID.
• Loans grew 8% YoY/3% QoQ, while deposits grew 14% YoY.
• NIM adjusted for one-off interest write-back in 3QFY20, expanded ~20bps YoY.
• Pro-forma GNPL ratio declined 44bps QoQ to 5.44%. Restructured loans stood at Rs181.25bn or 0.75% of loans.
• The company reported a collection efficiency of 96.5% in 3QFY21. 

Business update

Loan growth: Management expects loan growth of 7% for FY21 (down from 8% earlier.
Digital sourcing: Of the incremental retail loans sourced in 3QFY21, 41% were sourced digitally. 
Loan mix by rate-linkage: Of the total loans, ~75% are MCLRlinked, while 15% are linked to the Repo rate.
Margins: NIM for the bank in 3QFY21 stood at 3.09%, up 2bps QoQ. SBIN did not reverse interest income on pro-forma slippages, which would have had a 8-9bps impact on margins.

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