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HDFC BANK vs VIJAYA BANK - Comparison Results

HDFC BANK    Change

With 4.2% share of India's total non-food credit disbursements in FY12, HDFC Bank is the second largest private sector bank in the country (after ICICI Bank) in terms of asset size. The bank has tripled its share from 1.2% of total non-food credit in... More

VIJAYA BANK 
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Vijaya Bank became nationalised bank in 1980 having a branch network of 910 spread across 28 states and four union territories. During FY05 the bank achieved the distinction of 100% branch computerisation. The major focus of the bank during the year ... More

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Current Valuations

    HDFC BANK VIJAYA BANK HDFC BANK/
VIJAYA BANK
 
P/E (TTM) x 29.7 5.7 520.0% View Chart
P/BV x 5.1 0.8 634.5% View Chart
Dividend Yield % 0.6 2.6 23.0%  

Financials

 HDFC BANK   VIJAYA BANK
EQUITY SHARE DATA
    HDFC BANK
Mar-17
VIJAYA BANK
Mar-15
HDFC BANK/
VIJAYA BANK
5-Yr Chart
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High Rs1,47858 2,530.8%   
Low Rs1,04339 2,688.1%   
Income per share (Unadj.) Rs285.9142.9 200.1%  
Earnings per share (Unadj.) Rs59.55.1 1,163.8%  
Cash flow per share (Unadj.) Rs156.516.9 925.1%  
Dividends per share (Unadj.) Rs11.001.50 733.3%  
Avg Dividend yield %0.93.1 28.3%  
Book value per share (Unadj.) Rs358.271.7 499.6%  
Shares outstanding (eoy) m2,562.55859.12 298.3%   
Bonus/Rights/Conversions ESOP--  
Avg Price / Income ratio x4.40.3 1,295.9%   
Avg P/E ratio x21.29.5 222.9%  
Avg P/CF ratio x16.83.2 522.0%  
Avg Price/Bookvalue ratio x3.50.7 519.1%  
Dividend payout %18.529.3 63.0%   
Avg Mkt Cap Rs m3,230,09441,753 7,736.2%   
No. of employees `00084.313.6 619.3%   
Total wages & salary Rs m85,04711,656 729.7%   
Avg. income/employee Rs Th8,689.29,013.4 96.4%   
Avg. wages/employee Rs Th1,008.6856.0 117.8%   
Avg. net profit/employee Rs Th1,808.8322.7 560.5%   
INCOME DATA
Interest income Rs m732,714122,735 597.0%  
Other income Rs m128,7768,790 1,465.1%   
Interest expense Rs m380,41699,813 381.1%   
Net interest income Rs m352,29822,923 1,536.9%  
Operating expense Rs m207,51119,122 1,085.2%   
Gross profit Rs m144,7873,801 3,809.5%  
Gross profit margin %19.83.1 638.1%  
Provisions/contingencies Rs m39,9088,591 464.5%   
Profit before tax Rs m232,9213,999 5,824.5%   
Extraordinary Inc (Exp) Rs m00-   
Minority Interest Rs m3670-   
Prior Period Items Rs m230-   
Tax Rs m80,781-395 -20,445.8%   
Profit after tax Rs m152,5304,394 3,471.3%  
Net profit margin %20.83.6 581.5%  
BALANCE SHEET DATA
Advances Rs m5,854,810866,959 675.3%   
Deposits Rs m6,431,3431,263,434 509.0%  
Credit/Deposit ratio x91.068.6 132.7%  
Yield on advances %9.69.9 96.3%   
Cost of deposits %4.97.7 63.4%   
Net Interest Margin %4.21.7 251.9%  
Net fixed assets Rs m38,1475,667 673.2%   
Share capital Rs m5,1258,591 59.7%   
Free reserves Rs m702,03327,944 2,512.3%   
Net worth Rs m917,94061,598 1,490.2%   
Borrowings Rs m984,15672,782 1,352.2%   
Investments Rs m2,107,771445,221 473.4%   
Total assets Rs m8,923,4421,426,431 625.6%  
Debt/equity ratio x8.121.7 37.2%   
Return on assets %1.70.3 554.9%  
Return on equity %16.67.1 232.9%  
Capital adequacy ratio %14.611.7 124.4%  
Net NPAs %0.31.9 17.2%  
CASH FLOW
From Operations Rs m172,816-32,120 -538.0%  
From Investments Rs m-11,477-1,042 1,101.4%  
From Financial Activity Rs m-58,93012,104 -486.9%  
Net Cashflow Rs m102,409-21,058 -486.3%  

Share Holding

Indian Promoters % 22.6 74.1 30.5%  
Foreign collaborators % 0.0 0.0 -  
Indian inst/Mut Fund % 9.9 7.9 125.3%  
FIIs % 34.1 2.0 1,705.0%  
ADR/GDR % 17.0 0.0 -  
Free float % 16.4 16.0 102.5%  
Shareholders   415,166 303,047 137.0%  
Pledged promoter(s) holding % 0.0 0.0 -  
NM: Not Meaningful
Source: Company Annual Reports, Regulatory Filings, Equitymaster

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