Indian Overseas Bank (IOB) was founded in February 1937 with twin objectives of specialising in foreign exchange business and overseas banking. It started out with three branches located at Karaikudi and Chennai in India and Rangoon in Burma (presently Myanmar).As of March 31, 2011, it...
Financial track record gives insight into the company's performance on key parameters over the past ten years. MoneyWorks4me’s proprietary colour codes make it easy for retail investors to gauge the company’s past performance.
Indian Overseas Bank has not performed well majority of the past ten years indicating its past ten year financial track record is not good
Net Interest Income (Rs. Cr.)
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Adjusted EPS (Rs.)
Adjusted Earning per Share is the company’s net profit per share after adjusting for extra-ordinary/exceptional items
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Book Value per Share (Rs.)
The total value that a company will fetch upon liquidation (if it is closed down), after settling all obligations is called its Book Value. Book value of a company includes only tangible assets. Book value allocated to each outstanding share is called Book Value per share
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Net Profit/Total Funds (%)
>1.25 : Very Good
1-1.25 : Somewhat Good
<1 : Not Good
Net Profit/Total Funds (%)
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Net NPA to Net Advances (%): Colour Rating Guide
< 0.5 : Very Good
0.5-1 : Somewhat Good
>1: Not Good
Net NPA to Net Advances (%)
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Standalone financials take only the parent company into account while consolidated financials take into account financials of the parent company as well as of all its subsidiaries. In most companies consolidated financials should be used for analysis.
Indian Overseas Bank should be analysed on a Standalone basis
CAGR Colour Code Guide
Net Interest Income
Adjusted Earnings per Share is the Company’s net profit per share after adjusting for extra-ordinary/exceptional items.
Book Value per Share
Key Financial Ratios
RATIOS \ YEARS
Interest Earned / Total Income
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Margins: Colour Rating Guide
>2.75 : Very Good
1.75-2.75 : Somewhat Good
<1.75 : Not Good
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Performance Ratios: Colour Rating Guide
>15% : Very Good
12%-15% : Somewhat Good
<12% : Not Good
Return on Equity (%)
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Liquidity Ratio: Colour Rating Guide
>35 : Very Good
25-35 : Somewhat Good
<25 : Not Good
Promoter's Holding & Share Pledging
* Pledged shares as % of Promoter's holding (%)
1. Is Indian Overseas Bank a good quality company?
MoneyWorks4Me analysed the past 10-year performance of Indian Overseas Bank and arrived at the following conclusion:
Past 10 year's financial track record indicates that Indian Overseas Bank is a below average quality company. However, for specific investment actions please connect with your investment advisor.
2. Is current market price of Indian Overseas Bank a good price to buy it?
The 5-year analysis of Indian Overseas Bank's performance infers:
Indian Overseas Bank earnings have grown by 0%, whereas share price has depreciated -20% CAGR over the past five years, indicating the company's share price is likely undervalued. However, for specific investment actions please connect with your investment advisor.
3. What is Indian Overseas Bank share price return in the past 10 years ?
We analysed the performance of Indian Overseas Bank share prices over the last 10 years. Here is what we found out:
Indian Overseas Bank share price has depreciated -23.2% annually over the past ten years.
Indian Overseas Bank (IOB) was founded in February 1937 with twin objectives of specialising in foreign exchange business and overseas banking. It started out with three branches located at Karaikudi and Chennai in India and Rangoon in Burma (presently Read More
Indian Overseas Bank (IOB) was founded in February 1937 with twin objectives of specialising in foreign exchange business and overseas banking. It started out with three branches located at Karaikudi and Chennai in India and Rangoon in Burma (presently Myanmar).
As of March 31, 2011, it operated a network of approximately 2,184 branches in India, 2 in Hong Kong, and 1 each in Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, and Bangkok. The company also operates 1,043 automated teller machines.
It was ranked no.1 among public sector banks by Business Today -PMG survey and Financial Express- Ernst & Young survey.
Personal banking IOB provides a wide range of products and services such as saving bank accounts, current accounts, term deposit, retail loans, home loans and mortgages, depository services, gold investment products, debit and credit cards, multi city cheque facilities, insurance and mutual funds, and real time gross settlement services.
NRI banking It offers remittances, resident foreign currency accounts, NRI home loans and many other products for its NRI clients.
Corporate banking IOB such as term loans and working capital loans for micro, small, and medium enterprises; and loans for professional and self employed individuals, and information technology (IT) and ITes BPO sectors, as well as NRI accounts, and Internet and mobile banking services. In addition, it provides agricultural short term loans and agri business consultancy services; and forex collection services.
It also conducts government businesses like payment of direct taxes, indirect taxes, pension payment scheme, sales tax collections, provident fund scheme, etc
In 1964, it introduced computerisation in the areas of inter-branch reconciliation and provident fund accounts.
It was the first bank to venture into consumer credit by introducing a personal loan scheme.
IOB was one of the 14 major banks that was nationalised in 1969.