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Indian Bank Stock Info: As on 2018-05-24 15:54:12



52 Week Range
Day's Range278.33 - 340.18
Value Traded (in ₹ Cr.) 21.34



Change %
52 Week Range
Day's Range277.83 - 339.57
Value Traded (in ₹ Cr.) 2.80

Stock Exchange

Category No. Of Shares Share %
ForeignPromoters 0.00 0.00%
IndianPromoters 393,235,409.00 81.87%
Mutual Funds/UTI 33,824,887.00 7.04%
FII 27,033,038.00 5.63%
Employee 0.00 0.00%
Public 10,450,320.00 2.18%
Government 0.00 0.00%
Others 4,208,603.00 0.88%

Key Statistics

Valuation Measures
Basic EPS 29.27
Diluted EPS 29.27
Cash EPS 32.72
BVPerShare Excl 301.10
BVPerShare Incl 357.32
Operating Revenue 333.96
Price BV 0.92
PriceTo Sales 0.83
Retention Ratios 79.49
Dividend 6.00
Earnings Yield 0.10
NP Per Share 29.27
Cost To Income 32.61
Enterprise Value 2029816242150.00
Interest Per Employee 7665716.64
EVPer NetSales 12.65
Int Exp By EarningAssets 4.99
Parameter Mar-17 (₹ Cr.) Yoy%change
Total Income 18,251.12
Total Expenses 16,845.44
EBITDA 27,904.84
PBT 1,405.68
PAT 1,405.68
Net Income 1,405.68
Parameter Mar-18 (₹ Cr.) 6M % change
Total Income 9,857.28
Total Expenses 7,484.29
EBITDA 7,930.69
PBT -91.47
PAT 435.04
Net Income 435.04
Total Assets
Total Assets
Parameter Mar-17 (₹ Cr.) Yoy%change
Total share capital 480.29
Net worth 17,162.01
Investments 67,551.79
Total Liability 218,233.15
Total debt 195,146.17
Net block 3,442.60
Total Assets 218,233.15
Parameter Mar-17 (₹ Cr.) 6M % change
Total share capital 480.29
Net worth 16,259.78
Investments 53,089.31
Total Liability 203,710.38
Total debt 181,795.16
Net block 3,511.07
Total Assets 203,710.38
Company Curr Price Prev. Close Change% W's Low/High

Allahabad Bank

40.2 40.5 -0.74

Andhra Bank

35.7 36.3 -1.65

Bank of Baroda

138.85 136.6 1.65

Bank of India

99.85 98.65 1.22

Bank of Maharashtra

13.05 13.05 0

Canara Bank

245.1 242.7 0.99

Central Bank of India

66.5 66.55 -0.08
Company Curr Price Prev. Close Change% W's Low/High

Allahabad Bank

40.15 40.35 -0.5

Andhra Bank

35.65 36.35 -1.93

Bank of Baroda

138.7 136.2 1.84

Bank of India

99.85 98.55 1.32

Bank of Maharashtra

13 13.12 -0.91

Canara Bank

245.1 242.6 1.03

Central Bank of India

66.1 66.55 -0.68
Parameter Mar-17(in ₹ Cr.)
Cash from operating activities -10,819.15
Cash from investing activities -179.28
Cash from financing activities 9,040.86
Net change in cash -1,957.57

Stock Held By Mutual Fund Schemes

Corporate Details

About Management

YEAR EVENTS 2000 - Mrs. Ranjana Kumar assumed charge as the Chairperson and Managing Director of Indian Bank. - The Bank has launched its vehicle loan and consumer loan schemes in select cities viz., Bangalore, Chandigarh, Chennai, Coimbatore, Ernakulam, Hyderabad, Kochi, Madurai, New Delhi, Tiruchi and Thiruvananthapuram. - Indian Bank is a scheduled public sector bank. - Indian Bak will launch a `Specialised Loan Scheme' to individuals for the construction or purchase of flat or house. - Indian Bank has launched a new trade financing scheme. 2001 - Sterling Infotech Ltd has tied up with Indian Bank to help students obtain low-cost finance for the Carnegie Technology education software engineering course. - Indian Bank has entered into a strategic tie-up with HDFC Standard Life Insurance for distribution of the latter's life insurance products. - Indian Bank has launched a scheme called `Cash Management Services' for speedy collection of outstation cheques. - Indian Bank has contributed Rs 62 lakh towards the Prime Minister's Relief Fund. 2003 - Indian Bank has associated with the M S Swaminathan Research Foundation (MSSRF), Chennai to sponsor a programme on agriculturists to be aired on the All India Radio. 2004 -Indian Bank gets best commercial bank award -Indian Bank on January 22, 2004, signed an agreement with Export Credit Guarantee Corporation of India to distribute the latter's credit insurance packages for exporters. -Indian Bank gets prize for granting loans to self-help groups (SHGs) in Andhra Pradesh -Indian Bank's Singapore branch launches ``Sunday remittance service'' on the basis of what the bank saw as a need felt by the Indian nationals in the City-State -Indian Bank has introduced 'IB Swarna Abharana' a new loan product for buying gold jewellery -Indian Bank join hands with TimesofMoney for remittance solution -Indian Bank and Andhra Bank signed an agreement on June 28, 2004, to share their automated teller machine (ATM) facilities -Indian Bank and Corporation Bank on July 12 signed an agreement to share their ATM network -Indian Bank join hands with TimesofMoney for remittance market -United India Insurance Company is launching `Arogya Raksha', a scheme to provide mediclaim coverage in association with Indian Bank -Indian Bank introduces online money transfer service for NRIs in US -Indian Bank unveils 4 new loan schemes - Ties-up with Tamil Nadu Newsprint and Papers Ltd (TNPL) for financing farmers taking up farm forestry project with the sponsorship of TNPL 2005 -Indian Bank has signs the papers with the National Exchange Company of Doha, Mussandum Exchange Company of Oman and Abu Dhabi-based UAE Exchange Company for money transfer business -Indian Bank ties up with three overseas cos for money transfer --Indian Bank sets up new branch in Delhi 2006 -Indian bank in negotiations with LIC -Indian Bank sets up new branch in Mumbai -Indian Bank launches Bharat Card HISTORY AND CERTAIN CORPORATE MATTERS The Bank was incorporated on March 5, 1907 under the Indian Companies Act, 1882 as "Indian Bank Limited" and commenced operations on August 15, 1907. The Head Office of the Bank was set up at Parry's Buildings, Parry's Corner in Chennai (then known as Madras) and was shifted to Bentincks Buildings on Rajaji Salai (then known as North Beach Road), Chennai in July 1910. Subsequently, in May 1970, the Head Office was shifted to its present location with its address as 31, Rajaji Salai, Chennai, in a building which stands on the same site as Bentinck's Building. On February 8, 2003 the Head Office was renumbered as 66, Rajaji Salai, Chennai 600 001, India. Pre Nationalisation The Bank commenced business as "Indian Bank Limited" at Madras. The Bank opened its first overseas branch in Colombo, Sri Lanka, in 1932. In 1962, the Bank acquired the businesses of Royalaseema Bank, the Bank of Alagapuri, Salem Bank, the Mannargudi Bank and the Trichy United Bank. Post Nationalisation The Bank was nationalised on July 19, 1969. After nationalisation, the Bank was renamed Indian Bank. The Bank of Thanjavur Limited (with 157 branches) was amalgamated with the Bank 1990. The first RRB, Sri Venkateswara Grameena Bank, was sponsored by the Bank in 1981. Restructuring Plan The Bank experienced some financial setbacks in the 1990's consequent upon the introduction of prudential norms by the RBI and other factors and incurred losses in 1994 and during the period from fiscal 1996 to fiscal 2001. The Bank submitted a Restructuring Plan 2000-03 in June 2000 to the Government of India (the "Plan") seeking, inter alia, recapitalisation for improving the financial strength of the Bank, to reach the required capital adequacy ratio of 9% and to meet the gap created by application of the prudential income recognition norms. The Plan was a comprehensive package of various initiatives such as structural, operational and business growth initiatives including: 1. Elimination of one tier in place of the four-tier structure; 2. Introduction of customer-centered products and service and delivery channels and segmentation of the business into corporate, credit intensive, commercial, personal and rural banking branches; 3. Rationalisation of branches; 4. Development of a more flexible and pragmatic compromise settlement policy; 5. Framing, revising Policies in all operational areas; 6. Increasing staff motivation and involvement; 7. Introduction of a voluntary retirement scheme; and 8. Upgrading of technology. The Plan was operational with effect from September 30, 2000. Under the Plan, we were provided assistance of Rs. 3,250 million for implementation of a voluntary retirement scheme and Rs. 2,710 million for implementation of a technological upgradation plan, which are repayable (with a moratorium of three years) over a period of 66 months and 60 months, respectively. Key Milestones 1932 - The Bank opened its Colombo branch. 1941 - The Bank opened its Singapore branch 1962 - The Bank acquired the Royalaseema Bank, the Bank of Alagapuri, the Salem Bank, the Mannargudi Bank and the Trichy United Bank 1969 - The Bank was nationalized. It was appointed as the lead bank for nine districts in the States of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Kerala and the Union Territory of Pondicherry. 1970 - The Head Office of the Bank was shifted to its own building 1981 - The first regional rural bank sponsored by the Bank, Sri Venkateswara Grameena Bank, was founded 1989 - Indbank Merchant Banking Services Ltd was incorporated as a subsidiary of the Bank 1990 - Bank of Thanjavur Limited (with 157 branches) was amalgamated 1991 - Ind Bank Housing Limited was incorporated as a subsidiary 1994 - Indfund Management Limited was established to manage the operations of Indian Bank Mutual Fund 1995 - The Bank's own training establishment, Indian Bank Management Academy for Growth & Excellence (IMAGE) established. 2002-03 - The Bank received an award from NABARD for best performance under SHG in Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. 2004-05 - The Bank entered into strategic alliance with Mahindra & Mahindra Limited and TAFE Limited for pushing up tractor usage among farmers 2004-05 - Core Banking Solution was implemented by the Bank in 2 branches on December 22, 2004 2006-07 - The Bank entered into a strategic alliance with Oriental Bank of Commerce and Corporation Bank 2006 -Indian Bank launches Bharat Card 2007 -Indian has appointed Shri. M S Sundara Rajan as Chairman and Managing Director of the Bankwith effect from June 04, 2007. - Indian Bank has informed that in exercise of the powers conferred by Clause (f) of sub-section (3) of Section 9 of the Banking Companies (Acquisition & Transfer of Undertakings) Act, 1970 / 1980 read with sub-clause (1) & (2) of Clause 9 of the Nationalized Banks (Management & Miscellaneous Provisions) Scheme, 1970 / 1980, the Central Government, after consultation with the Reserve Bank of India, has, vide notification dated November 22, 2007, nominated Shri. T T Natarajan, Senior Manager and Secretary General, Indian Bank Officers Association as Officer Employee Director on the Board of Directors of the Bank for a period of three years from the date of the notification or till he ceases to be an officer of the Bank or until further orders, whichever is the earliest. -Indian Bank rolls out biometric-enabled smart cards 2008 - Indian Bank has appointed Shri. Anup Sankar Bhattacharya as a whole time director (designated as Executive Director). -Indian Bank has informed that: "Indian Bank has signed an Agreement with Reliance Capital Asset Management Ltd. to act as a Corporate Agent to sell the Mutual Fund products of Reliance Mutual Fund . 2009 - Indian Bank has brought down its Benchmark Prime Lending Rate (BPLR) by 50 basis points to 12 per cent from 12.50 per cent with effect from June 1. Meanwhile, the bank has increased interest rates on FCNR (B) as well as NRE deposits effective from June 1. - Indian Bank has informed about the appointment of the following three Statutory Central Auditors (SCAs) of the Bank for the year 2009-10 in place of the three retiring SCAs viz. (1) M/s. R. Subramanian & Company, Chartered Accountants (2) R. Gopal & Associates, Chartered Accountants and (3) M/s. Grandhy & Co., Chartered Accountants. (1) M/s. Suri & Co., Chartered Accountants, Chennai. (2) M/s. Kalyanasundaram & Co., Chartered Accountants, Chennai. (3) M/s. Chandran & Raman, Chartered Accountants, Chennai. - For its contribution towards lending revolving fund and loans to the Self Help Groups during 2008-09, Indian Bank bagged 5 State awards from the State government. -Indian Bank has joined hands with Tata Motors for financing its range of passenger cars. Under the MoU, the bank will offer loans at an interest rate of 11.5 per cent to customers buying Tata Motors' passenger cars. 2010 - Indian Bank has launched visa business card to address the credit card and payment requirements of corporates and small and medium enterprise (SME) clientele segments. 2011 -An increase in bank's benchmark prime lending rate (BPLR) by 0.25 percent.The BPLR is the interest rate charged to their most trust worthy customers by the commercial bank. The bank's BPLR has increased to 13.50 from 13.25. all the changes made in the BPLR can be regulated by the bank, but it has to be under compliance of the BPLR fixed. -India bank loans provisional up 21.38% on year: RBI. -Indian Bank launches e-Treasury service. -Indian Bank has appointment of the following Statutory Central Auditor (SCA). 2012 -Indian Bank reduces home, car loan rates by up to 50 bps. - Scheme of Amalgamation of M/s. lndfund Management Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Bank with Indian Bank, Indian Bank. 2013 -Indian Bank inaugurates two ATM centres at Chennai airport. -Indian Bank and United India Insurance Company (UIIC) have launched a webportal offering online entry and renewal of group insurance policies. 2014 -The Board has also declared an Interim Dividend of Rs. 3.00 (30%) per Equity Share and the Final Equity Dividend of Rs. 1.70 (17%) per Equity Share of face value of Rs. 10/- each -Indian Bank revises interest rates on foreign currency 2017 - Indian Bank has launched a unique, easy & hassle free home loan product "IB Home Enrich" for repairs and renovation of residential dwelling units. -National Award for Excellence in Lending to Micro Enterprises during 2015-16 - First Rank and National Award for Excellence in MSE Lending by Public Sector Banks during 2015-16 - Second Rank to Indian Bank. -Indian Bank (IB) has launched Three unique, easy-to-use, environment friendly, Tech products to overcome the effects of Demonetization for its customers without coming to the Branches.

Registered Office

254-260, Avvai Shanmugam Salai, Royapettah,

044-28134076,,,      044-28134075,



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