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SKBBL ( Sana Kisan Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited )

ISIN Number : NPE233A00004

As of Mar 30, 2021
1680.00
24.00
1.45 %
Open
1656
High
1699
Low
1651
Volume
22641
Prev. Close
1656
Bid Price
969 ( 700 )
Ask Price
978 ( 987 )
BASIC CHART
KEY INDICATORS
Market Capitalization
रू 2100.48 करोड
Outstanding Shares
12502867.8
Book Value
260.63
PBV
6.45
Stock P/E
33.09
Dividend ( 2076/2077 )
26.31 %
EPS
50.77
PB X PE
213.3
ROE
19.48
ROA
2.58
CAR
13.42
Industrial PE
39.14
Industrial EPS
58.65
52 Weeks High-Low
1880 - 1338
Lifetime High-Low
2730 - 605
180 Day Average Price
1668
PROMOTER SHARE VALUE
Sana Kisan Bikas Bank Ltd Promoter Share ( SKBBLP )
Open
High
0.00
Low
0.00
Close
900.00
Classic Tech Red Label
PRICE PERFORMANCE
5 Days ---
1 Month ---
3 Months ---
YTD ---
1 Year
21.56%
5 Years ---
COMPETITORS
Name chg % Market cap
DDBL 3.24 % रू 1762.53 करोड
MERO 1.80 % रू 1470 करोड
NICLBSL 1.04 % रू 1123.32 करोड
NUBL 5.57 % रू 2589 करोड
RMDC 2.22 % रू 1236.93 करोड
SLBS 0.79 % रू 2711.87 करोड
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TOP BROKERS (As of - Mar 31, 2021)
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Code Qty Amt Commission (Est) Qty Amt Commission (Est) Total Amount Total Commission
16 --- --- --- --- --- --- रू 0 रू 0
19_RWS --- --- --- --- --- --- रू 0 रू 0
22_RWS --- --- --- --- --- --- रू 0 रू 0
29 --- --- --- --- --- --- रू 0 रू 0
33 --- --- --- --- --- --- रू 0 रू 0
37 --- --- --- --- --- --- रू 0 रू 0
41 --- --- --- --- --- --- रू 0 रू 0
45 --- --- --- --- --- --- रू 0 रू 0
49 --- --- --- --- --- --- रू 0 रू 0
56 --- --- --- --- --- --- रू 0 रू 0

Condensed Consolidated Statement of Financial Position

Particular
This Quarter
77/78 - 2nd Quarter
Previous Quarter
77/78 - 1st Quarter
Corresponding Previous Year Quarter
76/77 - 2nd Quarter
Cash and cash equivalent 127,165,130 124,008,340 58,403,992
Due from Nepal Rastra Bank
Placement with Bank and Financial Institutions
Derivative Financial Instruments
Other Trading Assets
Loan and advances to B/Fis
Loan and advances to Customers
Investment Securities
Current Tax Assets
Investment in Subsidiaries
Investment in Associates
Investment Property
Property and Equipment
Goodwill and Intangible assets
Deferred Tax Assets
Other Assets 84,084,720 223,140,640 123,168,740
Total Assets 24,606,852,440 24,378,866,880 24,548,328,320
Liabilities
Due to bank and Financial Institutions
Due to Nepal Rastra Bank
Derivative Financial Instrument
Deposit from Customers 1,611,854,590
Borrowings
Current Tax Liabilities
Provisions
Deferred Tax Liabilities
Other Liabilities 2,854,324,820 1,140,006,270 2,354,556,340
Debt securities issued
Subordinated Liabilities
Total Liabilities 24,606,852,440 24,378,866,880 24,548,328,320
Total Liabilities 24,606,852,440 24,378,866,880 24,548,328,320
Equity
Share Capital 1,250,286,780 1,000,229,430 1,000,229,430
Share Premium
Retained Earnings
Reserves
Total equity attributable to equity holders
Non-controlling interest
Total Equity
Total Liabilities and Equity

Condensed Consolidated Statement of Profit or Loss

Particular This Quarter Previous Quarter Corresponding Previous Year Quarter
Interest Income 967,205,350 511,460,430 1,134,998,710
Interest Expense
Net interest Income 605,642,150 267,406,580 538,877,680
Fees and Commission Income
Fees and Commission Expense
Net fee and commission income
Net interest, fee and commission income
Net Trading income
Other Operating Income 141,050 360
Total Operating Income 605,783,200 267,406,940 538,949,930
Impairment charge/(reversal) for loans and other losses
Net Operating Income
Loans and Other Losses
Operating Expenses
Personal Expense
Other Operating Expense 31,972,190 16,129,380 19,212,330
Depreciation and Amortization
Operating Profit 461,003,750 180,999,510 445,906,030
Non operating Income 561,670
Non operating expenses
Profit before Income Tax
Income tax Expenses
   Current Tax
   Deferred Tax
Profit/(loss) for the period 317,396,240 140,030,450 301,705,000

Condensed Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income

Particular
This Quarter
77/78 - 2nd Quarter
Previous Quarter
77/78 - 1st Quarter
Corresponding Previous Year Quarter
76/77 - 2nd Quarter
Profit/(loss) for the period 317,396,240 140,030,450 301,705,000
Other Comprehensive Income
Total Comprehensive Income
Basic Earning per share 51 56 60
Diluted Earning per share
Profit attributable to:
   Equity holders of the Bank
   Non-controlling interests
Total
Statement of Distributable Profit and Loss
Net Profit for the Quarter ended
1. Appropriations
1.1 Profit required to be appropriated to statutory reserve
a. General Reserve
b. Capital Redemption Reserve
c. Exchange Fluctuation Fund
d. Corporate Social Responsibility Fund
e. Employees Training Fund
f. Other
1.2 Profit required to be transferred to Regulatory Reserve
a. Transfer to Regulatory Reserve
b. Transfer from Regulator Reserve
Net Profit for quarter end available for distribution

Ratios as per NRB Directives

Particular
This Quarter
77/78 - 2nd Quarter
Previous Quarter
77/78 - 1st Quarter
Corresponding Previous Year Quarter
76/77 - 2nd Quarter
Capital fund to RWA 13 14 14
Non-Performing Loan (NPL) to Total loan
Total Loan Loss provision to Total NPL
Cost of Funds
Credit to Deposit Ratio
Base Rate
Interest Rate Spread
Net Interest income to total income 100
Non Interest Income to Operating Cost
Interest Expenses to Interest Income 37
Shareholder's Equity 3,258,602,040,000
Number of Outstanding Share 12,502,867
Net Worth Per Share 261 311 273
Earning Per share (EPS Annualized) 51 56 60
PE Ratio 32 24 15
Price to Book Ratio 6
Return on Equity (Closing Annualized) 19
Return on Asset 3
Market Price High-Low
PEER PERFORMANCE
Companies LTP Intraday 5D % 1M % 3M % YTD % 1Y % Trend
SKBBL 1680 24 --- --- --- --- 21.56
DDBL 1753 55 --- --- --- --- 99.66
MERO 1470 26 --- --- --- --- 91.66
NUBL 1726 91 --- --- --- --- 76.12
RMDC 1196 26 --- --- --- --- 40.38
SLBS 2169 17 --- --- --- --- 128.08
COMPANY INSIGHTS
DIVIDENDS
Fiscal Year Bonus Share Cash Dividend Total Dividend Bonus Dist. Date Right Share Right Dist. Date
1 2076/2077 25 % 1.31 % 26.31 % -- -- --
2 2075/2076 27.25 % 1.434 % 28.684 % -- -- --
3 2074/2075 25 % 1.313 % 26.313 % -- -- --
4 2073/2074 25 % 1.32 % 26.32 % 2018-06-20 -- --
5 2072/2073 25 % 1.32 % 26.32 % 2017-04-20 -- --
6 2071/2072 25 % 1.32 % 26.32 % 2016-07-24 -- --
Company Information
Registered Office
Head Office Location : Subidhanagar, Tinkune,Kathmandu
Email : skbbl@wlink.com
Phone : 4111828
Website : http://www.skbbl.com.np
Registered At :
Share Registrar ( RTS )
Name : Nabil Investment Banking Limited
Phone : 977 1-4411604
Address : Central Plaza, Sama Marga, Kathmandu 44600, Nepal.
Website : www.nabilinvest.com.np
Management
Name Designation
Dr. Shiva Ram Prasad Koirala Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Khem Bahadur Pathak Chairman
Mr. Rabindra Yadav Member
Mr. Umesh Lamsal Member
Mr. Bhupesh Chhatkuli Member
Mr. Arun Kumar Dhungana Member
Mr. Pratap subedi Director
About Company

Sana Kisan Laghubitta Bittiya Sanstha Limited

Sana Kisan Bikas Laghubitta Bittyasanstha Ltd as an apex microfinance bank emerged in July 2001 to provide wholesale credit along with the technical support services mainly to the Small Farmers Agriculture Cooperatives Ltd. (SFACLs) and similar types.

The bank is incorporated under the Company Act and licensed under the Bank and Financial Institutions Act (BAFIA) 2006 as a “D” class bank. Currently, this bank has started providing wholesale credit to other cooperatives and Microfinance institutions (MFIs) too in order to expedite access to microfinance services for the low income people especially living in hills and mountains of the country.

Vision

To be a leading, financially viable, microfinance wholesale bank, owned by SFACLs and similar rural MFIs, to substantially improve the quality of life of the rural poor.

Mission

The bank′s core business is wholesale financing to SFACLs and rural MFIs and to advocate and support in capacity building of these institutions in cooperation with partners.

Values

Business and financial viability

Political neutrality

Committed to serve the rural poor

Quality services to the customer

Transparency in policies and operations

Objectives

Provide wholesale credit to Small Farmers Agriculture Cooperative Ltd (SFACLs) and micro-finance institutions (MFIs) for lending to low income households.

Monitor and supervise client MFIs′ activities to ascertain adherence to prudential and non-prudential regulations.

Provide technical assistance for institutional strengthening and capacity building

Pool resources from the government and donors for social mobilization and community development activities through client MFIs.

Undertake replication program to expand microfinance services to the underserved and unserved areas, especially in the hills and mountains; targeting women, Dalits, Madhesis, Janjatis, indigenous groups and other backward communities.

Provide technical and financial support to client MFIs to expand their business to potential microfinance clients.

Ownership Structure

The Government of Nepal, the Agricultural Development Bank, Nepal Bank Limited, Nabil Bank and 21 Small Farmers Agriculture Cooperative were its initial promoters. The bank, established for Small Farmers Agriculture Cooperatives, a major portion of invested shares of the Agricultural Development Bank and the entire share holdings of the Government  of Nepal, been divested to 231 SFACLs. The ownership structure as of April, 2015 is shown in table.

Network of SFDB

Its central office is in Kathmandu, with 9 regional offices incorporating all geographical regions. To provide financial and technical services with convenience and ease, regional offices in Birtamod (for Mechi), Itahari, Sunshari (for Koshi), Janakpur, Dhanusha (for Janakpur and Sagarmatha), Hetauda, Makwanpur (for Narayani), Gajuri, Dhading (for Bagmati), Butwal, Rupendehi (for Lumbini), Pokhara, Kaski (for Gandaki and Dhaulagiri), Nepalgunj (for Rapti, Bheri and Seti) and Attariya (for Karnali and Mahakali) have been established. Regional offices provide financial and technical assistance to SFACLs and other microfinance institutions.