- For the complete 12 months of FY23, its standalone internet revenue grew 18% to ₹16,239 crore.
- In the course of the 12 months, the financial coverage and rate of interest actions did have an effect on the NII, the lender stated.
- Progress in residence loans was seen predominantly within the mid-income phase and high-end properties,
HDFC’s This fall standalone internet revenue grew 20% to ₹4,425 crore on the again of upper curiosity revenue, as in comparison with ₹3,700 crore in the identical quarter final 12 months.
For the complete 12 months of FY23, its standalone internet revenue grew 18% to ₹16,239 crore as in comparison with ₹13,742.18 crore the 12 months earlier than. Its property beneath administration stood at over ₹7.2 lakh crore.
The web curiosity revenue (NII) for the fourth quarter stood at ₹5,321 crore in comparison with ₹4,601 crore within the earlier 12 months, representing a progress of 16%.
“In the course of the 12 months, the financial coverage and rate of interest actions did have an effect on the NII. Although lending charges elevated, there was a transmission lag between the rate of interest enhance in borrowing prices and asset repricing,” the corporate stated in a press launch.
The NII for the 12 months ended March 31, 2023 stood at ₹ 19,248 crore in comparison with ₹ 17,119 crore within the earlier 12 months. The reported Internet Curiosity Margin for the 12 months was 3.6%.
The lender additionally stated that the inherent demand for residence loans continues to stay sturdy. Progress in residence loans was seen predominantly within the mid-income phase and high-end properties.
For FY23, particular person mortgage disbursements grew by 16% in comparison with the earlier 12 months. Additionally, 94% of recent mortgage functions in FY23 had been obtained by digital channels. Within the month of March 2023, the company recorded its highest ever month-to-month particular person disbursements.
HDFC declared an interim dividend for the 12 months ended March 31, 2023 of ₹44 per fairness share of face worth of ₹2 every in comparison with a ultimate dividend of ₹30 per fairness share within the earlier 12 months.
The lender additionally stated for the 12 months resulted in March 2023, the consolidated revenue after tax attributable to the Housing Growth Finance Company (HDFC) stood at ₹26,161 crore, a progress of 16% year-on-year.
(With inputs from PTI)