Syndicate Bank has reduced its base rate by 10 bps from 9.60 per cent to 9.50 per cent. However, the bank has made no changes to its marginal cost-based lending rate (MCLR) and benchmark prime lending rate (BPLR). The one year lending MCLR of the bank stands at 8.75 per cent and BPLR at 13.85 per cent.
Syndicate Bank has failed to evoke response from potential buyers for its proposed auction of land assets of GVK Group for recovering an outstanding loan of Rs. 175 crore. As per sources, the bank is exploring news options and planning to conduct a new auction to realise its dues from the company.
Syndicate Bank reported a net profit of Rs 79.13 crore , which is lower by 73.9 percent compared to year ago period . The results of this year are not comparable to past year due to exceptional write-off.
The Bank stated in its regulatory filing that Previous quarter results are not comparable with the current quarter since there was an exceptional item of write-off on account of fraud at three branches of Jaipur region.
The total income showed a slight increase by 1.5percent to R6, 419 crore, while interest income increased by 4.7percent to Rs. 1479 crore compared to a year ago period . .
Asset Quality deteriorated as the Gross NPAs in June Quarter were 7.53% of gross advances , compared with 3.72%a year ago . Net NPAs stood at 5.04%, compared with 2.36% in the year-ago period. The bank has upgraded NPAs of Rs 220.42 crore and made recoveries of Rs444.70 crore.
Syndicate Bank revised its Marginal Cost of Funds Based Lending Rate (MCLR) . The revised overnight MCLR will be 9.40 per cent (existing MCLR 9.50 per cent), one month MCLR 9.45 per cent (existing MCLR 9.55 per cent), three months MCLR 9.45 per cent (existing MCLR 9.55 per cent), six months MCLR 9.50 per cent (existing MCLR 9.60 per cent) and one year MCLR 9.55 per cent (existing MCLR 9.65 per cent). This will be in effect from 11th July 2016.
The bank has also revised its base rate and BPLR . Base rate revised 9.60 per cent (existing rate 9.70 per cent) and BPLR revised 13.85 per cent (existing 13.95 per cent). This will also be in effect from 11th July 29, 2016. This cut in interest rates should result in lower interest for banks customer for home loan
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