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Indian Overseas Bank Says Sept-Quarter Net Profit Rose
Indian Overseas Bank Exec Says Expect Recovery Of 45 Bln Rupees For FY22
Indian Overseas Bank June-Quarter NIM 2.34% Versus 2.36% Year Ago
Indian Overseas Bank (the Bank) is engaged in the business of banking. The Bank's segments include Treasury, Corporate/Wholesale Banking, Retail Banking and Other Banking Operations. Its operations consist of domestic deposits; domestic advances; foreign exchange operations; investments; micro, small and medium enterprises, including MUDRA Loan Scheme; retail banking, including Arogya Mahila Savings Bank Accounts; Mid Corporate department; agricultural credit portfolio; loans to small and marginal farmers; loans to non-corporate farmers, and microfinance. Its personal banking services include saving bank, current account, term deposit, retail loans, and mortgages and depository services. It offers merchant banking for issues, debenture trustee, dividend/interest warrant and others. It also offers Internet and mobile banking services. It has over 3,400 branches in India. It has over eight overseas branches with operations in Hong Kong, Bangkok, Sri Lanka, Singapore and South Korea.
763, Anna Salai
T C A. Ranganathan
Non-Executive Chairman, Part Time Non-Official Director
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director
Mahesh Kumar S. P.
Chief Financial Officer, General Manager
Compliance Officer, Company Secretary
Manoj Mohan Sarangi
Chief Risk Officer
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Indian shares rose on Wednesday, boosted by energy, public sector banks and telecom stocks, while investors globally were on edge as they weighed volatile oil markets after the United States and other nations moved to cool prices.
Indian shares closed lower on Wednesday as easing supply concerns weighed on metal stocks, while private banks slipped after Axis Bank reported disappointing loan growth.
Indian shares closed lower for a third straight session on Thursday, dragged by metals and private banking stocks, but they recorded this year's best quarterly gain and a fifth consecutive monthly jump.
Indian shares were on course for a fifth straight monthly rise even as markets struggled in a tight range on Thursday with energy stocks negating gains in public sector banks.
Indian shares opened flat on Thursday as auto stocks negated gains in public sector banks, with lingering concerns about global economic recovery also weighing on market sentiment.
Indian shares ended at a record high on Monday, buoyed by hopes that the economy would return to normal as some states eased lockdowns, with daily COVID-19 cases hitting a two-month low.
Gains in metal and auto stocks helped Indian shares rise more than 1% on Thursday, while capital infusion by the government in some state-run lenders lifted public-sector banks.
Indian shares edged higher on Thursday, led by metals and information technology stocks, while the government's capital infusion in some state-run lenders boosted public sector banks.
Indian shares edged up on Thursday, led by auto stocks ahead of monthly sales data and gains in public sector banks after capital infusion by the government.
India's government has shortlisted four mid-sized state-run banks for privatisation, under a new push to sell state assets and shore up government revenues, three government sources said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is ready to cut his losses in banking. His government wants to privatise lenders long seen as untouchable, aiming to sell two in the next financial year. Earnings from one potential candidate, Tamil Nadu-based Indian Overseas Bank, show why he...
India is looking to privatise more than half of its state-owned banks to reduce the number of government-owned lenders to just five as part of an overhaul of the banking industry, government and banking sources said.
Indian shares rose on Friday, bolstered by information technology stocks, but gains were limited as investors remained nervous about rising coronavirus cases and border tensions with China.
Indian shares gained ground on Friday as financial stocks rose on the back of strong results from Indian Overseas Bank, with ITC adding to gains ahead of its fourth-quarter earnings.
Indian stocks slipped on Tuesday but hovered around their all-time highs as investors booked year-end profits, while the benchmark Nifty index was poised for a nearly 13% gain in 2019.
* Shadow banks ailing but play key role in India's economy (Updates throughout with comments, quotes, context)
Indian shares extended gains on Tuesday on increasing hopes of a trade truce between the United States and China, while optimism around solid, consumer-driven economic growth in the U.S. aided sentiment.
* Lack of positive triggers, low participation in the market - analyst
Shares of India's state-run banks jumped on Thursday, a day after the government said it will inject 482.39 billion rupees ($6.79 billion) into some lenders as part of its recapitalisation programme.
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