Kerala-based CSB Bank has posted a rise of 5 per cent in net profit for the third quarter of the financial year ended December 2022, to Rs 156 crore, from Rs 148 crore in the same period of FY22.
The lender's total income rose to Rs 681.95 crore from Rs 579.81 a year ago. Its asset quality improved sequentially, with gross NPA and net NPA ratios going down to 1.45 per cent and 0.42 per cent respectively. In absolute value, gross NPA was seen at Rs 271.29 crore, as compared to Rs 291.04 crore during the preceding quarter this fiscal. Similarly, net NPA was also seen down at Rs 77.66 crore in Q3, as against Rs 98.86 crore in the second quarter of FY23.
“Though the global economy has been marred by uncertainties, the Indian financial system is resilient, robust and stable. Bank credit is growing in double digits for nine months now. It gives us great pleasure to announce that we could outperform the industry trends in terms of the growth
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