The company has posted net profit of Rs.195 crore for Q2 FY24 as against net profit of Rs.180 crore for the period Q2 FY23, a growth of 8%.
The consolidated loan book stood at Rs. 15,808 crore, an increase of 8% YoY for Q2FY24.
JM Financial Asset Reconstruction company’s AUM stood at Rs. 15,114 crore as of September 2023 vs Rs. 11,349 crore as of September 2022, increase of 33%.
“Though the global economy battled elevated inflation, geopolitical uncertainties and volatile financial conditions during the Q2 FY24, Indian capital markets continued with their robust performance driven by the rush of IPOs, block deals and public issue of debt,” said Vishal Kampani, Non-executive Vice Chairman, JM Financial Limited.
Our investments will continue in the retail mortgages business. Retail mortgage business is the cornerstone of our diversification strategy, Kampani added.
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