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CAMELS APPROACH

LIST OF BANKS Union Bank of India IDBI Bank Punjab National Bank UCO Bank Canara Bank Submitted by: Group No. 1 Vishal Joshi PG-10-20 Devang Parekh- PG-10-34 SanketYagnik- PG-10-58 Madhuri More- PG-10-92 Pooja Shah- PG-10-108

CAPITAL ADEQUACY RATIO (BASEL-II)


Sr. No Ratio Formula (Tier I Capital (+) Tier II Capital) Risk Weighted Assets 2007 5,189.87 3,067.77 64,513.00 12.80% 2008 2009 2010 2011 1 Capital Adequacy Ratio 6,106.00 7,795.00 9,697.00 12,177.69 4,151.00 4,844.00 5,639.00 5,968.00 82,145.00 95,245.00 122,598.00 140,095.00 12.49% 13.27% 12.51% 12.95%

This ratio is used to protect depositors and promote the stability and efficiency of financial systems around the world. The government has recently planned to infuse capital in the bank through preferential placement of equity with the intent of maintaining a Tier-I Capital adequacy Ratio of 8%. (Tier-I Capital of 8.69% - FY 2011)

Asset Quality
Sr. No Ratio 2 Asset Quality Formula Net NPA Loans & Advances 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 601.22 127.57 325.94 965.33 1,803.44 62,386.43 74,266.91 96,534.23 119,315.30 150,986.08 0.96% 0.17% 0.34% 0.81% 1.19%

It is a measure of assessing the credit risk associated with a Banks asset. The asset quality ratio breached the level of 1% for the 1st time in 5 years and could affect the banks bottom-line. Majority of public sector banks witnessed deterioration in asset quality and gross NPA to gross advances ratio increased during the year.

Management Quality
Sr. No Ratio Formula
Non Interest Expense Total Assets

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

3 Management Quality

6,173.03 4,092.23 3,569.57 2,786.29 4,033.56 102,677.88 123,991.88 160,975.51 195,161.84 235,984.45 6.01% 3.30% 2.22% 1.43% 1.71%

This ratio measures the efficiency of the management in limiting the non interest expenses and the bank has managed to reduce it to 1.71 % in FY 2011 of its total assets as compared to 6.01% in 2007.

Earnings Ability
Sr. No
4.1 ROCE

Ratio

Formula
NPAT Total Capital Employed

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

845.39 1,387.03 1,726.55 2,074.92 2,081.95 94,585.62 115,966.85 151,328.09 189,678.83 228,541.78 0.89% 1.20% 1.14% 1.09% 0.91% 6,592.79 8,068.72 81.71% 8,941.29 10,534.27 84.88% 11,157.81 13,371.93 83.44% 12,769.58 15,277.42 83.58% 14,541.41 18,491.40 78.64%

4.2 EBITDA Margin

EBIT Total Income

4.3 Leverage Ratio

Debt Total Funds

89,395.75 108,619.14 142,587.73 179,255.05 215,777.26 94,585.62 115,966.85 151,328.09 189,678.83 228,541.78 0.9451 0.9366 0.9422 0.9450 0.9441 845.39 4,874.02 17.34% 845.39 102677.88 0.82% 1,387.03 6,268.79 22.13% 1387.03 123991.88 1.12% 1,726.55 8,044.04 21.46% 1726.55 160975.51 1.07% 2,074.92 9,582.07 21.65% 2074.92 195161.84 1.06% 2,081.95 11,594.15 17.96% 2081.95 235984.45 0.88%

4.4 ROE

Net Profit After Tax Equity Capital

4.5 ROA

Net Profit After Tax Total Assets

ROCE: A ratio that indicates the efficiency and profitability of a company's capital investments. The ROCE has been steady for Union Bank over the span of 5 years. EBIDTA Margin: The banks EBIDTA margin has declined by more than 300 bps during the last 5 years which could have an effect on the bottom line.

Leverage Ratio: It has been observed that over the 5 year period ; the banks leverage ratio has remained steady.
Return on Equity (ROE): There has been a decline in the banks PAT growth in the last fiscal year resulting in a dip in the ROE of the company as compared to previous year Return on Assets (ROA): The banks ROA has marginally deteriorated as compared to previous year indicating that it is not able to generate enough returns on its assets.

Net Interest Margin (NIM)


Sr. No Ratio Formula
(Interest Income Interest Expense) Total Assets

2007
7,382.18 4,591.96 102677.88 2.72%

2008
9,447.30 6,360.95 123991.88 2.49%

2009
11,889.38 8,075.81 160975.51 2.37%

2010
13,302.68 9,110.27 195161.84 2.15%

2011
16,452.62 10,236.42 235984.45 2.63%

4.6 Net Interest Margin

A performance metric that examines how successful banks investment decisions are compared to its debt situations. The bank has given a guidance of net interest margin recovering to 3.2% (up by 50 basis points as compared to last year) for the fiscal year 2011-2012.

In the current fiscal the bank attracted higher amount of deposits owing to an upward revision in interest rates, but it hiked its lending rates much later, putting pressure on its interest margin & the credit growth did not keep up pace with the deposit growth.

Liquidity Risk
Sr. No Ratio Formula
Reserves & Surplus Total Assets

2007
4228.16 102677.88 4.12%

2008

2009

2010

2011
10555.35 235984.45 4.47%

5 Liquidity Risk

5118.19 6549.26 8302.69 123991.88 160975.51 195161.84 4.13% 4.07% 4.25%

This ratio helps to assess whether the bank has sufficient amount of reserves to withstand rising NPA levels. The bank has managed to keep the reserves & surplus above 4% since the last 5 years.

Sensitivity To Market Risk (Beta)


6 Sensitivity to Market Risk Beta 1.1552 1.2185 0.7046 0.6192 (With reference to BSE) Current Beta (As on 23rd December 2011 - 0.97) 1.0712

Currently the stock is trading at a beta of 0.97. However over the 5 year period the stock was trading at a beta of > 1 for most of the years.

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BUY CALL

IDBI BANK
Capital Adequacy Ratio
Ratio Formula Capital Adequacy Ratio Tier I + Tier II Capital Risk Weighted Assets 2007 2008 13657 114257 11.95% 2009 16241 140405 11.57% 2010 2011 20101 14944 177688 109560.1 11.31% 13.64%

11.56%

Interpretation: CRAR is a ratio of Capital Fund to Risk Weighted Assets. Reserve Bank of India prescribes Banks to maintain a minimum Capital to risk-weighted Assets Ratio (CRAR) of 9 % with regard to credit risk, market risk and operational risk on an ongoing basis, as against 8 % prescribed in Basel documents. CAR ratio of IDBI bank is steady between 2007 to 2010 between11 % to12 % and has increased to 13.46% in 2011 due to increase in share capital from 724.86 to 984.57 Cr

Asset Quality
Ratio Asset Quality Formula Net NPA Loans & Advances 2007 2008 721.93 1082.91 62470.82 82212.69 1.16% 1.32% 2009 949 103428 0.92% 2010 1406 138202 1.02% 2011 1678 157098 1.07%

Interpretation: This ratio is used to check whether the bank's gross NPAs are increasing or decreasing. If it is increasing, indicating that the bank is adding a fresh stock of bad loans. It would mean the bank is either not exercising enough caution when offering loans or is too lax in terms of following up with borrowers on timely repayments. The ratio is quite lower in 09 as the gross NPAs in 09 where the lowest among the year. However the ratio is increasing which is a concern for the bank.

Management Quality

Ratio Management Quality

Formula 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Non Interest Expense 1054.8 1528.79 1857.29 3526.7 4762.22 Total Assets 103839.3 130694.4 172402.3 233572.8 253376.8 1.02% 1.17% 1.08% 1.51% 1.88%

Interpretation: This ratio measures the efficiency of the management in limiting the non-interest expenses and the ratio is on an increasing trend due to continuously increasing non-interest expense as a percentage of total asset

Management Quality
YEAR ROCE EBITDA MARGIN LEVERAGE RATIO ROE ROA NIM Mar-07 6.67% 12.73% 91.2% 10% 0.61% 0.63% Mar-08 7.11% 14.08% 92.7% 11.19% 0.56% 0.52% Mar-09 7.55 % 10.92% 94.3% 12.06% 0.50% 0.72% Mar-10 6.47 % 16.04% 95.5% 13.16% 0.44% 0.97% Mar-11 5.87% 20.27% 94.1% 15.80% 0.65% 1.67%

ROCE shows an increasing trend up to 2009 thereafter it shows a decreasing trend, because there has been a slight increase in equity capital till 2010 and there has been a huge increase in 2011, the debt structure and net income has shown an increasing trend for all the past 5 years. EBITDA: EBITDA margin has shown an increasing trend except for the year 2010 in which there was a sudden decline as depreciation increased by over 125% whereas earning increased only by 34% Leverage ratio is used to calculate the financial leverage of a company. The debt ratio shows the reliance on debt financing. A high debt ratio is unfavorable because it indicates that the company is already overburdened with debt. The ratio has shown an increasing trend, which shows that the bank is highly leveraged. IDBI Banks ROE has shown a growth over the past years and it has grown at a very fast rate from the year 2010 to 2011 This is because its equity share capital has Increased from 724.86 to 984.57 crore from the year 2010 to 2011. On the other hand its Net Income has always increased over the past years and the jump from 2010 to 2011 was very high. IDBI Banks ROA has shown an fluctuating trend over the years it was on a decreasing trend from year 2008 to 2010 however it increased in the year 2011. This s because there is a huge increase in reported net profit. NIM is defined as the difference between interest earned and interest expended as a proportion of average total assets. NIM for IDBI bank is on an increasing trend Y-O-Y which is a good indicator of the efficiency and earnings ability of the bank

Liquidity Risk
Ratio Liquidity Risk Formula Reserves & Surplus Total Assets 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 7575.11 8095.5 8697.36 9438.4 13582.02 103839.3 130694.4 172402.3 233572.8 253376.8 7.30% 6.19% 5.04% 4.04% 5.36%

Interpretation: Liquidity for a bank means the ability to meet its financial obligations as they come due. Bank lending finances investments in relatively illiquid assets, but it fund its loans with mostly short term liabilities. Thus one of the main challenges to a bank is ensuring its own liquidity under all reasonable conditions. The ratio was continuously decreasing from 07 to 10 which however it increased in March -11.

Asset Quality
Ratio Asset Quality Formula Net NPA Loans & Advances 2007 2008 721.93 1082.91 62470.82 82212.69 1.16% 1.32% 2009 949 103428 0.92% 2010 1406 138202 1.02% 2011 1678 157098 1.07%

Interpretation: This ratio is used to check whether the bank's gross NPAs are increasing or decreasing. If it is increasing, indicating that the bank is adding a fresh stock of bad loans. It would mean the bank is either not exercising enough caution when offering loans or is too lax in terms of following up with borrowers on timely repayments. The ratio is quite lower in 09 as the gross NPAs in 09 where the lowest among the year. However the ratio is increasing which is a concern for the bank.

Sensitivity to Market Risk


Ratio Sensitivity to Market Risk Formula Beta 2007 1.4 2008 1.41 2009 1.02 2010 1.27 2011 1.35

Interpretation: A measure of the volatility of a security or a portfolio in comparison to the market as a whole. Beta of 1 indicates that the security's price will move with the market. A beta of less than 1 means that the security will be less volatile than the market. A beta of greater than 1 indicates that the security's price will be more volatile than the market.

Capital Adequacy Ratio


Mar-11 15.38% Mar-10 13.41% Mar-09 14.01% Mar-08 13.25% Mar-07 13.50%

Interpretation: Capital adequacy ratio (CAR) is a ratio of a bank's capital to its risk. It reflects the ability of a bank to deal with probable loan defaults. We can see that its CAR showed a sudden dip in the year 2008 & 2010 but after that it has shown a steady rise which is a good sign for its depositors and investors.

Management Quality
Mar-11 Mar-10 Mar-09 Mar-08 Mar-07

1.93%

2.08%

2.26%

2.32%

2.44%

Interpretation: Refers to the efficiency of the management in managing the bank. This ratio shows how efficiently the bank is using the non interest expenses over the total assets. The ratio has shown a decreasing trend. It clearly shows noninterest expenses have increased in order to total assets.

Asset Quality
Mar-11 1.10% Mar-10 1.06% Mar-09 1.09% Mar-08 0.84% Mar-07 0.94%

Interpretation: As the asset quality ratio is on increasing trend, it could affect the bottom line and there are rising concerns of growing number of NPAs. We can see that the bank is not able to decrease its NPA and due to this the bank is not able to increase its capital adequacy and also the profitability of bank is decreasing continuously. But in 2011 the net NPA was less than 2010, means that the bank got return on its loans and advances.

Liquidity Risk
Mar-11
5.83%

Mar-10
5.53%

Mar-09
5.72%

Mar-08
6.04%

Mar-07
6.44%

Interpretation: Liquidity Risk is measured by ratio Reserves & Surplus/Total Assets. This ratio is around 5.5% to 6.45% from 2008-09 to 2010-11. This indicates that bank has good amount of reserves to overcome liquidity risks.

Earnings Ability
YEAR ROCE EBITDA MARGIN LEVERAGE RATIO ROE ROA NIM

Mar-11 1.86% 24.29% 0.94 22.44% 1.2% 2.33%

Mar-10 1.96% 24.14% 0.94 24.10% 1.17% 2.20%

Mar-09 1.92% 21.29% 0.94 20.64% 1.01% 2.29%

Mar-08 1.77% 19.07% 0.94 18.87% 0.94% 2.12%

Mar-07 1.89% 23.88% 0.93 17.52% 0.92% 2.61%

ROCE showed an increase since 2008, since there was no change in the capital structure from 2007 to 2010 but there was an increase in equity capital from 2010 to 2011. This ratio would help the shareholders determine is the management being able to generate additional value for them. EBITDA margin has increased from 2008 to 2011 but there is decline in EBITDA margin in 2008 compare to 2007 margins since there was an increase in depreciation 2008.

Leverage ratio is used to calculate the financial leverage of a company. The debt ratio shows the reliance on debt financing. A high debt ratio is unfavorable because it indicates that the company is already overburdened with debt. The ratio has been hovering around 0.94 for all the years, since Canara Bank is a public sector undertaking it depends much more on debt capital rather than equity capital. Canara Banks ROE has shown a growth from the year 2007 to 2010 but it reduced in 2010-11, because there is no change in capital structure from 2007 to 2010 ( Rs. 410 crore) but increased from 2010 to 2011 (Rs. 433 crore). On the other hand its Net Income has always increased over the past 5 years.

Canara Banks ROA has increased over the past 5 years. This is because its Total Assets has increased over the years, its Net Income has also increased accordingly and at a faster rate. With the increase in ROA we can conclude that Canara Bank is utilizing its assets well for generating revenue but it reduced from 2010 to 2011 since the net income reduced to Rs. 906.54 crore & its total assets increased. The higher the return on assets ratio, the more efficiently the company is using its asset base to generate sales. NIM is defined as the difference between interest earned and interest expenses as a proportion of average total assets. Net interest margin is maintained above 2% by Canara bank since last 5 years indicating

Sensitivity to Market Risk


Mar-11 1 Mar-10 0.99 Mar-09 0.97 Mar-08 1 Mar-07 1.02

Interpretation: A measure of the volatility of a security or a portfolio in comparison to the market as a whole. Beta of 1 indicates that the security's price will move with the market. A beta of less than 1 means that the security will be less volatile than the market. A beta of greater than 1 indicates that the security's price will be more volatile than the market.

BUY CALL

Capital Adequacy Ratio:


Ratio Capital Adequacy Ratio Formula Tier I Capital Tier II Capital Risk Weighted Assets 2011 20978.87 9908.81 2238.84 13.79631 2010 2009 2008

17227.3 13799.92 11459.84 9536.26 7769.85 5737.5 1701.23 1383.22 1150.15 15.7319 15.5939 14.9523

CAR is a ratio of Capital Fund to Risk Weighted Assets. Reserve Bank of India prescribes Banks to maintain a minimum Capital to risk-weighted Assets Ratio (CAR) of 9 % with regard to credit risk, market risk on an ongoing basis, as against 8 % prescribed in Basel documents. PNB has a strong CAR maintained over the period of last five years. (latest for 2011 being 13.79%). Therefore PNB is in a very good position to deal with probable loan defaults.

Asset Quality:
2011 2010 2009 2008 2038.63 981.69 263.85 753.78 242106.67 186601.21 154702.99 119501.57 0.84% 0.53% 0.17% 0.63% 2007 725.62 96596.52 0.75%

Asset Quality

Net NPA Loans & Advances

The NPAs for PNB have increased significantly by 107% over the last year due to increase in interest rate on past 13 occasions. But the proportion of NPA with respect to loans & advances is low as it stands at 0.84% for FY11.

Management Quality:
Management Quality Non Interest Expense Total Assets 2011 10986.42 378325.24 2.90% 2010 8182.85 296632.78 2.76% 2009 6859.66 246918.62 2.78% 2008 5482.94 199020.36 2.75% 2007 5291.13 162422.50 3.26%

Management quality have improved over the period of five years as PNB have been effectively utilizing its assets and managing operating costs. The total assets over the period of past 5 years have increased with a CAGR of 18.43% whereas the non-interest expense have increased with a CAGR of 15.73%.

Earnings Ability
Return on Capital Employed
ROCE NPAT Total Capital Employed 4433.50 3905.36 3090.88 2048.76 1540.08 365996.9743 286315.0875 236873.7896 184222.132 152243.9876 1.21% 1.36% 1.30% 1.11% 1.01%

ROCE have been steady over the period but still low as compared with its peers i.e. SBI which stands at ~11%.
EBITDA Margin EBITDA EBITDA Margin Total Income 21742.8694 18848.8108 17062.2246 30599.06 25032.22 22191.90 71.06% 75.30% 76.88% 12026.775 16262.58 73.95% 8192.0409 12966.54 63.18%

EBITDA margins have been consistent over the past few years but have dropped by ~5.5% from previous year due pressure on interest income.

Leverage Ratio
Leverage Ratio Debt Total Funds 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 344488.4171 268592.169 222220.16 171903.7856 141808.5277 365996.9743 286315.0875 236873.7896 184222.132 152243.9876 0.941232964 0.938099949 0.938137395 0.933133189 0.931455685

Leverage ratio is consistently observed at 0.91-0.94 levels indicating that PNB have been effectively utilizing its equity capital viz a viz debt funds.
2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 ROE Net Profit After Tax 4433.50 3905.36 3090.88 2048.76 1540.08 Equity Capital 21508.5572 17722.9185 14653.6296 12318.3464 10435.4599 PNB have increased its ROE over a period of time at a CAGR of 14.76% 20.61% 22.04% 21.09% 16.63%

Return on Equity

~24%. Its profitability margin have increased with a CAGR of ~16% due to increased number of branches from 4540 in 2007 to 5189 in 2011 having a pan India presence. Returns are also hampered due to higher provisioning for NPAs.

Return on Assets
ROA Net Profit After Tax Total Assets 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 4433.50 3905.36 3090.88 2048.76 1540.08 378325.24 296632.78 246918.62 199020.36 162422.50 1.17% 1.32% 1.25% 1.03% 0.95%

There has been a negligible increase in ROA for PNB (4%-CAGR). It is observed over the years that PNB have been increasing their cash balance yoy and also the short term advances have increased by ~22% every year.

Net Interest Margin


Net Interest Margin Interest Income Interest Expense Total Assets

2011 11807.3359 378325.24 3.12%

2010 8478.0716 296632.78 2.86%

2009 6831.9132 246918.62 2.77%

2008 5534.1557 199020.36 2.78%

2007 5213.2367 162422.50 3.21%

The NIMs of PNB have been slightly tight over due to increase in cost of deposits and a decline in yield on investments. A decline in CASA ratio has also lead to a decrease in NIMs.

Liquidity Risk
Liquidity Risk Reserves & Surplus Total Assets 2011 21191.75 378325.24 5.60% 2010 17407.62 296632.78 5.87% 2009 14338.33 246918.62 5.81% 2008 12003.04 199020.36 6.03% 2007 10120.16 162422.50 6.23%

Liquidity Risk is measured by ratio Reserves & Surplus/Total Assets. It has decreased from 6.23% in 2007 to 5.60% in 2011, due to higher provisioning for NPAs and decrease in recoveries from the agriculture sector - the priority lending sector.
Sensitivity to Market risk:

The sensitivity to market risk is an assessment of the effect of changes in market prices, changes in interest rates, currency exchange rates, and stock prices on the banks earnings and capital. All of the Indian Scheduled Commercial Banks have become sensitive and responsive to customers needs as well as have very well leaped into universal banking. PNB too has become sensitive and responsive to 6 Sensitivity to Market Risk Beta 0.85 0.88 0.96 1.01 0.98 customers needs as well as have very well migrated to BASEL II norms.

BUY

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Capital Adequacy Ratio


Mar-07 11.56% Mar-08 10.09% Mar-09 11.93% Mar-10 13.21% Mar-11 13.71%

Interpretation: Capital adequacy ratio (CAR) is a ratio of a bank's capital to its risk. It reflects the ability of a bank to deal with probable loan defaults. We can see that its CAR showed a sudden dip in the year 2008 but after that it has shown a steady rise for the next 3 years which is a good sign for its depositors and investors.

Asset Quality
Mar-07
2.14%

Mar-08
1.98%

Mar-09
1.18%

Mar-10
1.17%

Mar-11
1.84%

Interpretation: We can see that the bank is able to decrease to its NPA and due to this the bank is able to increase its capital adequacy and also the profitability of bank is increasing continuously and the bank is able to pay more loans. But in 2011 the net NPA was more than 2010, means that the bank was not able to control its NPA i.e. bank did not get return on its loans and advances.

Management Quality
Mar-07 2.43% Mar-08 2.06% Mar-09 1.89% Mar-10 1.66% Mar-11 2.36%

Interpretation: Refers to the efficiency of the management in managing the bank. This ratio shows how efficiently the bank is using the non interest expenses over the total assets. The ratio has shown a fluctuating trend, It clearly shows noninterest expenses have increase in order to total assets.

Earnings Ability
YEAR ROCE EBITDA MARGIN LEVERAGE RATIO ROE ROA NIM

Mar-07 1.35% 18.10% 0.96 14.30% 0.42% 2.26%

Mar-08 1.13% 14.29% 0.97 16.59% 0.46% 1.66%

Mar-09 1.13% 14.07% 0.96 19.95% 0.50% 1.47%

Mar-10 1.27% 17.11% 0.96 28.03% 0.74% 1.69%

Mar-11 1.70% 11.59% 0.95 17.62% 0.55% 2.35%

ROCE showed an increase in 2010 & 2011, since there was a change in the capital structure, but there was no change in the year 2008 & 2009 as the equity capital remained the same. EBITDA margin shown a fluctuating trend because there has been change in the depreciation, the EBITDA margins increased in 2010 since there was a reduction in depreciation compared to 2009 and vice-versa

Contd

Leverage ratio is used to calculate the financial leverage of a company. The debt ratio shows the reliance on debt financing. A high debt ratio is unfavorable because it indicates that the company is already overburdened with debt. The ratio has been hovering around 0.95 for all the years, since UCO Bank is a public sector undertaking it depends much more on debt capital rather than equity capital. UCO Banks ROE has shown a growth over the past years and it has grown at a very fast rate from the year 2008 to 2009 and 2009 to 2010 but it reduced in 2010-11. This is because its equity share capital has decreased from Rs799.36crore to Rs549.36crore from the year 2008 to 2009 and remained same in 2010 but it increased to Rs. 627.52 crore from 2010-11. On the other hand its Net Income has always increased over the past years and the jump from 2009 to 2010 was very high.

Contd.

UCO Banks ROA has increased over the years, especially from the year 2009 to 2010. This is because though its Total Assets has increased over the years, its Net Income has also increased accordingly and at a faster rate. The cause for the big jump in the ROA from the year 2009 to 2010 is due the fact that its Net Income almost doubled in this time from Rs557.72crore to Rs1,012.19 crore the change in its Total Assets during this period was Rs111,664.16crore to Rs137,319.47crore. NIM is a performance metric that examines how successful banks investment decisions are compared to its debt situations. The bank has given a guidance of net interest margin recovering to 2.35% for the fiscal year 2010-2011. The bank attracted higher amount of deposits owing to an upward revision in interest rates, but it hiked its lending rates much later, putting pressure on its interest margin & the credit growth did not keep up pace with the deposit growth.

Liquidity Risk
Mar-07 2.49% Mar-08 2.37% Mar-09 2.42% Mar-10 2.56% Mar-11 3.04%

Interpretation: Liquidity Risk is measured by ratio Reserves &

Sensitivity to Market Risk


Mar-11 1 Mar-10 0.99

Surplus/Total Assets. This indicates that bank has good amount of reserves to overcome liquidity risks. This is the risk that arises in case of a default & rising NPAs. This ratio helps to assess whether the bank has sufficient amount of reserves to withstand rising NPA levels. The bank has managed to keep the reserves & surplus upto 3% since the last 5 years.
Mar-09 0.97 Mar-08 1 Mar-07 1.02

Interpretation: A measure of the volatility of a security or a portfolio in

comparison to the market as a whole. Beta of 1 indicates that the security's price will move with the market. A beta of less than 1 means that the security will be less volatile than the market. A beta of greater than 1 indicates that the security's price will be more volatile than the

BUY CALL