Operating income increased by 18.5% to Rs 1,860 crore in the October-December 2021-22 period from Rs 1,569 crore in the year-ago quarter, it said. he declared in a regulatory file.
Interest income also increased by nearly 15% to Rs 1,140 crore.
The company said it had the highest lending performance ever in the quarter under review with disbursements of Rs 8,398 crore and collection efficiency exceeded 100%.
Assets under management (AUM) increased by 16.3% to Rs 36,853 crore.
On a stand-alone basis, the company said it recorded the best profit ever in eight quarters at Rs 293 crore. Furthermore, the loan disbursement of Rs 7,630 crore, exceeding Rs 6,197 crore, was the best quarterly disbursement ever to date.
The board had approved the company’s proposed merger with Shriram Transport Finance on December 13, 2021.
“The merger plan which has a fixed date of April 1 now awaits approval from regulators and the company’s shareholders,” he added.
Shares of the company closed down 0.51% at Rs 1,782.25 on BSE.