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CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW announced its 1H2014 IFRS results
- CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW's 1H2014 net income increased by 10.9% vs 1H2013 to RUB 4,243 mln ($126.2 mln)
- Net interest margin was 5.1% in the reporting period
- Assets grew 7.2% ytd reaching RUB 486,730 mln ($14,472.8 mln)
- The gross loan portfolio increased by 12.3% in 1H2014 to RUB 356,861 mln ($10,611.2 mln)
- Non-performing loans (NPL 90+) represented 1.9%, and loan loss provisions stood at 3.1%, of the gross loan portfolio as at the end of 1H2014
- Equity increased by 8.4% in 1H2014 to RUB 54,902 mln ($1,632.5 mln)
- Capital according to Basel III standards was RUB 73,153 mln ($2,175.0 mln) in 1H2014, with a capital adequacy ratio of 14.3% and Tier I ratio of 10.5%
- The Bank demonstrated high operational efficiency in the reporting period with return on equity of 16.1%, return on assets of 1.8% and cost-to-income ratio of 34.0%
Key financial highlights
|Balance sheet||1H2014, RUB mln||2013YE, RUB mln||change, %|
|Capital (Basel III)||73,153||71,064||2.9|
|Gross loan portfolio||356,861||317,860||12.3|
|Income statement||6m 2014, RUB mln||6m 2013, RUB mln||change, %|
|Net interest income (before provisions)||10,885||7,731||40.8|
|Fee and commission income||4,026||3,080||30.7|
|Key financial ratios, %||1H2014||2013YE|
|Basel III capital adequacy ratio (CAR)||14.3||14.7|
|90+ NPL ratio (before provisions)||1.9||1.3|
|NPL coverage ratio||161.6||212.6|
|Loan-loss provisions / Gross loans||3.1||2.8|
|Net loans / deposits||117.0||112.4|
|Net interest margin (NIM)||5.1||5.2|
|Return on capital (ROAE)||16.1||20.1|
|Return on assets (ROAA)||1.8||2.4|
Net income grew 10.9% yoy and reached RUB 4.2 bln. This was mostly due to net interest income growing 40.8% to RUB 10.9 bln, and to net fee and commission income increasing 17.5% to RUB 3.3 bln. These items contribute the most to the income statement and account, respectively, for 76.4% and 23.2% of operational income before provisions.
Net interest income is mainly driven by interest income from loans to customers representing 87.6% of the Bank's total interest income. This item increased by 39.5% to RUB 22.8 bln in the reporting period compared to RUB 16.3 bln in 1H2013, as a result of loan portfolio growth in the previous year with a focus on high-yield retail lending. Net interest margin remains above 5% and stood at 5.1% in the reporting period.
Fee and commission income increased by 30.7% compared to 1H2013, reaching RUB 4.0 bln. One of its key drivers was plastic card fees which soared by more than 2.5 times fuelled by dynamic development of this business by the Bank in the last years. The number of plastic cards issued exceeded 1.3 mln at the end of 1H2014.
Operating expense increased by 34.0% to RUB 4.8 bln on the back of the Bank's business development. Staff costs grew by 33.3% to RUB 2.9 bln, administrative costs increased by 38.5% to RUB 1.7 bln. Operational efficiency stayed at a good level vs average ratios in the Russian banking sector: cost to income (CTI) ratio was 34.0% as at the end of 1H2014.
Gross loan portfolio increased by 12.3% ytd and reached RUB 356.9 bln as at the end of 1H2014. The corporate loan book grew by 8.7% to RUB 239.1 bln, and the retail loan book by 20.3% to RUB 117.7 bln. The share of retail loans in the gross loan portfolio was 33.0% having increased from 30.8% as at 2013YE. Loan portfolio quality was maintained at a good level, compared to the Russian banking sector as a whole, with a 1.9% share of NPLs in the gross portfolio at the end of 1H2014.
Customer accounts and deposits increased by 7.5% in 1H2014 up to RUB 295.4 bln amounting to 68.4% of total liabilities. The ratio of net loans to deposits slightly grew from 112.4% at the end of 2013 to 117.0% at the end of 1H2014.
Capital markets activity
In June 2014, CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW successfully placed its RUB 3.7 bln debut class "A" mortgage-backed bonds due in 25 years. The bonds pay quarterly coupons at 10.65% per annum.
In July 2014, the Bank placed two 5-year domestic exchange-traded bonds series BO-10 and BO-11 with a face value of RUB 5 bln each. The first two and three (respectively) pre-buyback semi-annual coupon rates were fixed at 10.5% and 10.9% per annum.
In August 2014, CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW redeemed its USD 200 mln 3-year 8.25% Eurobond issue placed in 2011.
Capital adequacy ratio was calculated in accordance with Basel III. Total capital according to Basel III standards increased by 3.5% in 1H2014 reaching RUB 73.2 bln, and the capital adequacy ratio stood at 14.3%. Tier I capital ratio increased in the reporting period to 10.5% from 10.2%.
At the end of 1H2014, CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW's network comprised 61 offices and 30 operational cash desks in Moscow and the Moscow Region. CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW’s branch network was recognised as the most efficient in the Russian banking sector in 2013 by Renaissance Credit.
As of 1H2014 the Bank had 766 ATMs and over 5,500 payment terminals.
At the end of 1H2014 the international credit ratings of CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW were maintained at:
- Fitch Ratings — Issuer Default Rating of "ÂB", Short-Term IDR of "B", Viability Rating of "bb", Support Rating of "5", National Long-Term Rating of "AA- (rus)", stable outlook;
- Moody's — long-term global & local currency deposit rating of "Â1/NP", financial strength rating of "E+", long-term national scale credit rating at of "A1.ru", stable outlook;
- Standard & Poor's — Long-term credit rating of "ÂB-", Short-term credit rating of "Â" , Russia national scale rating of "ruAA-", stable outlook.