Dhanlaxmi Bank Ltd.

Bank - Private

Small Cap / Market Cap : 304.88 Cr

Standalone

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PE : 5.8586

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Revenue

Rs 988 Cr

Adj. EPS

Rs 2.06

Dividends Per Share
Book Value Per Share

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Current Key Metrics

Particular Values
Face Value 10
Market Cap Rs 305 Cr
EPS 2.06
Price To Book Value 0.44
PE Ratio 5.86
Dividend Yield 0.00
ROE 10.05
ROCE 9.23
Enterprise Value (Cr) Rs -66.14 Cr
TTM PE 5.86
EV to EBITDA -0.38
Outstanding Shares (Cr) 25.30
Book Value 27.42


Profitability

ROE

Avg ROE (3 Yrs):


ROE shows how efficiently a company generates profit from the money that the shareholders have invested. It is advisable to invest in companies with 3-Yr Avg ROE greater than 15%.

ROCE

Avg ROCE (3 Yrs):


ROCE measures the company’s profit and efficiency in terms of the capital it employes. A higher ROCE is better and it is favourable to invest in companies with 3-Yr Avg ROCE greater than 15%..

ROA

Avg ROA (3 Yrs) :


ROA is an indicator of how profitable a company is relative to its total assets. It can be calculated as: Net income/ Average total assets). A company with higher ROA means it is more efficient in using its assets to generate earnings.

Net Profit Margin

AVg Net Profit Margin (3 Yrs) :


Profit margin reveals how good a company is at converting revenue into profits available for shareholders. It can be calculated as: (Net profit/Revenue). A company with an increasing profit (or least steady) margin is suitable for investment.

Revenue, Net Profit, NPM


Revenue is the total money collected or the company expects to collect from the sale of its products/services. Net profit is the difference between total revenue and total expenses. Ratio of Net profit by total Revenue gives the net profit margin (NPM). It is advisable to invest in companies with consistently growing revenue & profits for last mulitple years as it reflects profitability of the business.

Growth

Particular 1 Yr CAGR 3 Yr CAGR 5 Yr CAGR
Revenue Growth 1.66 % -3.21 % -5.11 %
Book Value Growth 10.67 % -4.48 % -7.8 %
Net Profit Growth 463.67 % 74.5 % NA %
Dividend Growth NA % NA % NA %

While looking at the growth aspect of a company, always check consistency for last multiple years. A company can grow a very fast pace for an year. However, it's the consistent growth for last many year that matters more. Further, also compare the last year growth with historical growth rate.

Dividends Yield vs DPR


Avg Dividend Yield (3 Yrs):


Dividend yield shows the amount of annual dividend per share as a percentage of its share price. As a thumb rule, a high avg dividend yield is favouable for dividend investors.

Operational Ratios

NET NPA

NET NPA :


Net NPA is an indicator of the health of the bank. It is that portion of bad loans which has not been provided for in the books. Lower Net NPAs are preferred as higher level of NPAs will increase the amount of provision thereby impacting the profitability of the lender.

CASA Ratio

CASA Ratio :


It stands for current and savings account. As bank pays very low or no interest on the current account and an above-average return on the savings portion, a higher ratio means a higher portion of the deposits of the bank has come from a cheaper source of fund.

Advance Growth

Advance Growth :


It reflects the amount of money lent out as loans. A positive and sustainable advance growth rate is always viewed as a good sign for the company.

Net Interest Margin

Net Interest Margin :


It is the difference between the interest income earned by a bank and the interest it pays out to its lenders, relative to the amount of their assets that earn interest. A positive NIM multiple suggests that the company is operating profitably.

Valuation

PE Ratio


Avg PE (3 Yrs):


It is calculated as: (Price per share/ Earnings per Share). As a thumb rule, a company with a lower PE ratio is undervalued compared to the companies with a higher PE ratio. The average PE ratio varies depending on the industry.

EV / EVIDTA Ratio


EV/EBITDA (Avg 3Yr) :


The EV/EBITDA metric is a valuation tool that helps investors compare companies. EV calculates a company's total value, while EBITDA measures a company's overall financial profitability. Companies with lower EV/EBITDA value are undervalued.

Price To Book Value


Price To Book Value (3 Yrs):


It is calculated as: (Price per share/ book value per share). As a thumb rule, a company with lower P/BV ratio is undervalued compared to the companies with higher P/BV ratio.

Price To Cash Flow


Price To CashFlow (Avg 3Yr) :


It measures the value of a stock's price relative to its operating cash flow per share. A low P/CF multiple indicates that a stock is undervalued. This ratio is considered better than PE as a company's cash flows cannot be as easily manipulated as its earnings.

Profit & Loss Statement

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Quarterly Financial Statement

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Shareholding Pattern

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5 Year Analysis & Factsheet

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Peer Companies

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Annual Reports

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