Federal Bank Stock Analysis | Latest Quarter Result Analysis

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Federal Bank Q4 FY20 Net Profit declined 21% to Rs.301 Cr mainly on account higher provisions of Rs.658 Cr including COVID provisions of Rs.93 Cr. Lets analyse the Q4 FY20 results and the COVID Impact on Federal Bank.

COVID-19 Impact on Federal Bank on Q4FY20

Introduction

Federal Bank Q4 FY20 Net Profit declined 21% to Rs.301 Cr mainly on account higher provisions of Rs.658 Cr including COVID provisions of Rs.93 Cr. Lets analyse the Q4 FY20 results and the COVID Impact on Federal Bank.

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Federal Bank Q4 FY20 Results Analysis

Q4 FY20 Results

Federal Bank Q4 FY20 Results
Federal Bank Q4 FY20 Results
Net Interest Income (NII)
  • NII = Interest Income – Interest Expenses
  • Net Interest Income (NII) rose 11% YoY at Rs.1,216 Cr in Q4 FY20 versus Rs.1,0967 Cr in Q4 FY19.
  • The QoQ growth in NII is 5% from Rs.1,155 Cr in Q3 FY20 mainly on account of flat growth in Interest Expenses QoQ.
Pre-provisioning Operating Profit (PPOP)
  • PPOP = (Total Operating Income – Operating Expenses)
  • Pre-provisioning Operating Profit is increased by 27% YoY and 29% QoQ on account of :
    • Robust growth in other income, which stood at Rs.711 Cr in Q4 FY20 up by 73% YoY & 74% QoQ
    • It is mainly due to Profit on sale of securities in Q4 FY20 is at Rs.369 Cr grew by 401% YoY
Provisions
  • Total Provisions were up 63% YoY and 117% QoQ to Rs.658 Cr in Q4 FY20.
  • Of the total provisions, COVID-Related provisions were Rs.93 Cr which were higher than the Rs.30 Cr required under RBI regulations.
  • While, the other Provisions and contingencies surged 219.25% to Rs.568 Cr in Q4 FY20 from Rs.178 Cr in Q4 FY19. 
Net Profit
  • Federal Bank’s net profit dropped 21% to Rs.301 Cr in Q4 FY20 from Rs.382 Cr in Q4 FY19 and Rs.441 Cr in Q3 FY20.
  • The fall in Net Profit QoQ as well as YoY is mainly on account of :
    1. Subdued growth in Net Interest Income
    2. Rise in Operating Expenses
    3. Significant increase in Provisions in Q4 FY20
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Analyzing the Balance sheet Q4 FY20

Federal Bank Q4 FY20 Balance sheet Summary
Federal Bank Q4 FY20 Balance sheet Summary
Balance sheet Size
  • Bank’s balance sheet size has increased by almost 13.4% YoY on account of :
    1. Deposit growth of 13%
    2. Advances growth of 11%
  • Hereon, the bank’s key focus is to build the quality balance sheet with higher Retail share in Advances as well as Deposit Mix.
Advances
  • The Bank’s Net Loan Book aggregated to Rs.1.22 Lakh Cr as of March 31, 2020, with a rise of 11% as compared to Rs.1.10 Lakh Cr as of March 31, 2019.
  • As far as, Advances mix is concerned, Retail : Wholesale Advances % share is 49% : 51%.
  • The detailed break-up loan book is shown above, where Segment-wise % share in the total loan book is :
    • Retail : 31%
    • Agri : 10%
    • Business Banking : 9%
    • Commercial Banking : 10%
    • Corporate Banking : 41%
Deposits
  • Bank’s deposits aggregated to approximately Rs.1.52 Lakh Cr as of March 31, 2020, a rise of 14% as compared to Rs.1.34 Lakh Cr as of March 31, 2019.
  • The low cost CASA deposits grew by just 7% YoY. With this subdued CASA deposits growth, the CASA ratio is stood at 30.5% in Q4 FY20 from 31.46% in last quarter and 32.15% in same quarter last year.
  • Whereas, the NRE Deposits, grew by 14% YoY to Rs.57,223 Cr from Rs.50,109 Cr last year.

COVID Impact on Federal Bank – Loans under Moratorium

COVID Impact on Federal Bank - Loans under Moratorium
Federal Bank – Loans under Moratorium

Around 35% of the bank’s total loan book is under Moratorium. The detailed break-up of segment-wise loans under moratorium and their respective % is shown in the above table.

Key Ratios

Federal Bank - Key Ratios Q4 FY20
Federal Bank – Key Ratios Q4 FY20
Asset Quality
  • Bank’s Gross NPA ratio (The Ratio of Gross NPAs to Gross advances) stood at 2.84% as on Q4 FY20 as against 2.99% as on Q3 FY20 and 2.92% as on Q4 FY19.
  • Net NPA ratio (Net NPAs to Net advances) stood at 1.31% as on Q4 FY20 as against 1.63% as on Q3 FY20 and 1.48% as on Q4 FY19.
    • Thus the asset quality of the Bank has improved substantially, which is a positive sign.
  • Provision coverage ratio (PCR) of the bank was at 72.48% as on Q4 FY20. PCR is improved significantly YoY as well as QoQ on account of higher provisions in this quarter.
    • We can see that the bank has increased the provisions substantially to face any unfavorable situation that may arise due to the pandemic and strengthened the balance sheet.
  • Net Interest Margin (NIM)
    • NIM of the bank eroded YoY from 3.17% in Q4 FY19 to 3.04% in Q4 FY20. However, it is improving QoQ from 3.00% in Q3 FY20.
  • Cost to Income Ratio
    • The ratio is improved sequentially QoQ from 52.40% in Q3 FY20 to 50.22% in Q4 FY20.
  • Capital Adequacy Ratio
    • It is improved QoQ as well as YoY and at 14.35% in Q4 FY20.
  • Return on Assets (ROA)
    • Bank’s ROA is deteriorated to 0.69% from 1.04% last quarter.
  • Return on Equity (ROE)
    • Whereas, ROE is also declined to 8.41% in Q4 FY20 from 12.50% in Q3 FY20 and 11.86% in Q4 FY19.

Current Valuation

Federal Bank Valuation
Federal Bank Valuation
  • The current Price to Earnings Ratio of the Federal Bank is around 5.8. Whereas, bank’s Historical Median PE ratio is at 13.6.
  • Thus, we can clearly see that Federal Bank is currently trading at almost 130% discount to its historical valuation.
  • In addition, Bank’s Price to Book Ratio (P/B) is 0.69, which indicates that the current valuation of the bank is much below its book value also.
  • However, the higher % of Wholesale loan in Total loan book is a worrisome sign for the bank.
    • The cumulative % exposure towards NBFC, Housing Finance Companies (HFC) and Real Estate is around 17-18%.
    • It adds the a great risk to the bank’s credit portfolio in current uncertain COVID outlook.

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