Published On: Sat, Nov 7th, 2020

Capri Global Capital Ltd profit rises 57% YoY in Q2 FY21

New Delhi, November 07, 2020.

Capri Global Capital Ltd (CGCL), a diversified NBFC in the MSME and Affordable Housing sector, has reported an AUM of Rs. 41,613 mn in Q2FY21 v/s Rs 39,569 mn in Q2 FY20 – an increase of 5%. The consolidated net worth of the company stood at Rs. 16,383 mn

The total AUM includes MSME AUM of Rs. 21,284 mn that has recorded a growth of 7% YoY as compared to Rs. 19,833 mn in Q2 FY20. CGCL has active relationships over 23,500 businesses ending Q2 FY21 across several states in India ranging from retail outlets to small manufacturing units, traders to private schools. The Company continues focussing on Tier 3 & 4 cities. The well-established and in-depth knowledge of micro markets has helped CGCL to maintain a good asset quality and keep the loan book granular.

Whereas Housing Finance businesses which contributes to 22% of the total AUM showed a stellar growth of 10% YoY with an AUM of Rs. 9,285 mn. Under the Affordable Housing Finance business that majorly targets Tier 2 & 3 cities, the company has empowered ~10,350 families to realise the dream of owning their own home.

Commenting on the outcome, Mr. Rajesh Sharma, Managing Director, Capri Global Capital Ltd. explained,

“As evident from the results, CGCL has seen an uptick in business activity during the quarter after a slower Q1 FY21. We have witnessed a healthy growth in PAT supported by yields improvement and reduction in cost to income ratio. Defying industry trends, our asset quality has shown a significant improvement over the quarter and we have continued to expand our retail book and onboard quality customers.

The Company is adequately capitalised maintaining capital adequacy ratio at 41.62%. CGCL maintains a strong liquidity position and we have even made prepayments to lenders to reduce cost of funds. CGCL’s ample liquidity will enable us to drive growth in the coming quarters. Over the quarter we have continued our successful adoption of technological initiatives to better serve our customers and improve operating performance. 

With the Unlock guidelines in place, our goal is to ensure business continuity while keeping the interests of all our stakeholders in mind. Over the quarter we focused our efforts on improving collections, onboarding quality customers, and working closely with our customers to mitigate the crises together. We are not yet over with the Covid19 pandemic and during these unprecedented times, CGCL continues to support its customers, clients, employees, and communities using all possible avenues. “

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