SI

South Indian Bank Ltd

NSE : SOUTHBANK
BSE: 532218
SECTOR : BANKS
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₹13.95 / ₹7.55
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P/E ratio
37.52
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Dividend
0
ROE icon
ROE
0.81
ROCE icon
ROCE
1.09
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Face value
1
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Book value
₹26.45Cr
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Market capital
₹1,649.08Cr

Shareholding pattern

What is shareholding pattern? Who are shareholders?

Shareholding pattern represents the percentage of share ownership that different investors are holding in the company. A company can have multiple investors who invest in its shares. These are called as shareholders and there are two major categories of shareholders - promoters and public shareholders.
Promoters are typically the founders and public shareholders could be financial institutes like banks, insurance companies, domestic institutional investors, foreign institutional investors and common public.

Cash flow

What is a cash flow statement?

It is a financial statement that offers aggregate statistics on all cash inflows a business collects from its continuing activities and external sources of investment. It also includes all cash outflows over a specified time paying for company operations and investments.The main components of the CFS are cash from three areas: operating, investing, and financing activities...Read more

Balance Sheet

What is a balance sheet?

A balance sheet is a financial statement that records the assets, liabilities, and equity of a company at a certain point in time and provides a basis for estimating return rates and determining the capital structure. It offers a snapshot of what an entity owns and owes, as well as the sum that shareholders spend.The balance sheet complies with the following accounting equation in which assets on the one side, and liabilities plus shareholders' equity on the other, balance out:
Assets = Liabilities + Shareholder's Equity
This is used to conduct fundamental analysis or the estimation of financial ratios alongside other essential financial statements, such as income statement and statement of cash flows...Read more

Profit and loss

What is a profit and loss statement?

A profit and loss statement is a financial statement that represents the revenues, costs and expenses that the company has incurred during a quater or a fiscal year. It is also sometimes referred to as statement of profit and loss, income statement or statement of operations. This statement basically shows the investors and management whether the company has incurred profits or losses and in which areas.

Key Ratios

PE TTM
37.52
P/B
0.3
ROE
0.81
ROCE
1.09
EPS TTM
0.21
EBTIDA Growth
-10.68
Sector PE
16.4
BV
₹26.45Cr

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Dividends

What are dividends?

Dividend, in financial terms, means a certain amount shared with shareholders of a company or a mutual fund on a regular basis – monthly, quarterly or annually. Read more

Bonuses

What are bonuses?

A bonus issue is an offer given to the existing shareholders of the company to subscribe for additional shares. Instead of increasing the dividend payout, the companies off... Read more

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About South Indian Bank Ltd

One of the oldest banks in South India, The South Indian Bank (SIB) came into being during the Swadeshi movement. The South Indian Bank Limited was incorporated on 29 January 1929 at Thrissur as a private limited company and was later converted into a public limited company on 11 August 1939. SIB was set up by a group of enterprising men who joined together at Thrissur to provide the people a safe, efficient and service oriented repository of savings of the community on one hand and to free the business community from the clutches of greedy moneylenders on the other by providing need based credit at reasonable rates of interest. SIB provides retail and corporate banking, Para banking activities such as debit card, third party product distribution, in addition to Treasury and Foreign Exchange Business. As on 31 December 2020, the Bank had a network of 877 Branches and 1443 ATMs across the country. The first branch outside Kerala was opened by the bank in Coimbatore during the year 1941. SIB, the first among the private sector banks in Kerala to become a scheduled bank in 1946 under the RBI Act. During the year 1963, the bank took over the assets and liabilities of Kshemavilasam Banking Company Ltd and the Ambat Bank Pvt Ltd, Chittur, Kerala.

Key info

Address
SIB House T B Road, Mission Quarters, Thrissur, Kerala, 680001
Fax Nos.
91-487-2442021
Telephone Nos.
91-487-2420020
Email
sibcorporate@sib.co.in
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