Mumbai: Leading Small Business financier Shriram City Union Finance Limited (Shriram City) has declared its results for the third quarter of Financial Year 2018.
Standalone Net Profits were at Rs. 226 Crore, up 43% year-on-year and 13.7% quarter-on-quarter. Income from Operations stood at Rs. 1338 Crore, higher by 15.8% over the preceding year. Net Interest Income, at Rs. 916 Crore grew by 20.1%. Disbursements at Rs. 6353 Crore were higher by 23.5%. Assets Under Management (AUM) stood at Rs. 26077 Crore, up by 15.7%.
Mr. R. Duruvasan, MD & CEO, Shriram City commented:” This has been a reasonably strong quarter for us in which we saw growth with reduced credit costs – something that we had guided for after our results in the previous quarter when we had mentioned that demonetization-related problems have already been baked in. Our bottom line is also substantially higher, even without the one-time effect of the profit of Rs. 15 Crores owing to the sale of investments in the equity of a Bengaluru-based entity.”
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