Punjab National Bank (PNB)’s managing director and chief govt officer SS Mallikarjuna Rao is anticipating lower than 3% of your complete mortgage ebook to come back up for restructuring. The financial institution, which expects credit score progress to be inside 4-6% within the second half of the present fiscal, can also be seeking to elevate capital earlier than the top of the calendar yr. The financial institution plans to lift Rs 7,000 crore by certified institutional placement (QIP) in December this yr.
Rao stated Tuesday that the financial institution is estimating Rs 20,000 crore of loans to come back up for restructuring, half of what it had anticipated three months in the past. “Originally, we had estimated Rs 40,000 crore to come up for restructuring. However, the response has been very low, people have started paying the money,” Rao stated. He additionally stated that many corporates have instructed the financial institution that in the event that they undertake the restructuring, most likely their scores can be beneath strain for a interval of two years. The financial institution has already undertaken a couple of restructuring functions, he stated. It goals to maintain gross non-performing belongings (NPA) ratio beneath 14% and internet NPA ratio beneath 5%.
“As on today, in the retail, micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) segment, restructuring at the end of September was Rs 42 crore. We have received applications of another Rs 32 crore from retail and MSME till October-end. In terms of corporates, we have received 15 applications amounting to Rs 2,022 crore,” Rao stated. The Reserve Bank of India had earlier allowed restructuring of company and private loans impacted by Covid-19.
On the outlook for NPAs, Rao stated that PNB was anticipating gross NPA ratio to be lower than 14% and internet NPA ratio of lower than 5%. The lender reported internet NPA at 4.75% and gross NPA at 13.42% on the finish of the September quarter. “During June and September quarter, because of moratorium, there has not been any NPA addition. Our guidance is maximum slippage will be Rs 10,000 crore during entire financial year.”
Rao additionally stated that financial institution was a credit score progress of 4-6% within the second half of this fiscal, at the same time as mortgage progress within the first half remained muted. Advances remained flat within the September quarter at Rs 7.16 lakh crore, in comparison with Rs 7.12 lakh crore as on September, 2019. “We expect demand to increase. The demand is 75-80% as compared to last year and may improve in the days to come. We see corporate demand in road segment, steel, cement and expect the demand to improve further, ” he stated.
The financial institution will elevate Rs 7,000 crore by QIP within the second or third week of December, Rao stated. The lender additionally plans to lift Rs 1,500 crore in tier-II capital and Rs 3,000 crore in further tier I (AT-1) capital from the market earlier than the top of November.
“As of today, we already have approvals from the board and the government to raise Rs 14,000 crore,” he stated. The financial institution had already raised Rs 2,500 crore in the course of the September quarter, he stated. The capital adequacy ratio of the lender stood at 12.84% on the finish of September quarter, in comparison with 12.63% within the June quarter.