Jio Financial Q2 results: Net Profit Rises by 101%

Jio Financial Q2 results
Jio Financial Q2 results

by Tanushree Jaiswal Last Updated: Oct 17, 2023 - 02:35 pm 631 Views
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Jio Financial Services, a non-banking financial company (NBFC) spun out from Reliance Industries, reported growth in its financial performance for the second quarter after being listed in August. The company's net profit for the July-September period jumped by 101% compared to the previous quarter, making it a notable player in the Indian financial sector.

In its first quarterly result post-listing, Jio Financial Services reported a net profit of ₹668 crore for the July-September period. This impressive figure represents a 101% increase from the previous quarter. Total income for the quarter reached ₹608 crore, representing the company's strong revenue growth. However, the lender's interest income saw a slight drop from ₹202 crore in the April-June FY24 quarter to ₹186 crore. Following the release of its impressive earnings report, Jio Financial Services' shares saw an initial surge of up to 3.7% in early trading, later settling at a 2% increase.

Growth Plans

Jio Financial Services has ambitious plans to expand its product offerings. The company aims to launch auto and home loans, among other financial products. By doing so, it seeks to establish itself as a full-service financial services firm in a rapidly growing market. Despite its impressive growth, India's financial investment product penetration is relatively low compared to the size of its economy, providing a growth opportunity for companies like Jio Financial Services. The company's market capitalization stands at an impressive ₹1.43 lakh crore, making it an important player in the financial markets.

Operational Details

The company has already launched personal loans for both salaried and self-employed individuals in Mumbai, as well as consumer durable loans across 300 stores in India. Furthermore, they plan to introduce business and merchant loans for self-employed individuals. Jio Financial Services has also made strategic partnerships with 24 insurance companies through its insurance broking arm, and its payments bank division is set to launch debit cards.

Focus on Technology and AI

Jio Financial Services is betting on technology and artificial intelligence as its "growth differentiator." The company is actively developing an app to make its products more accessible to a wider audience, emphasizing a customer-centric approach.

Jefferies suggested that Jio Financial Services is likely to adopt a "balanced approach to growth." They see limited risk for rival Bajaj Finance and other leading retail banks, indicating that Jio Financial Services is positioned for sustainable growth in the industry.

Stock Performance

Jio Financial Services, which was demerged from Reliance Industries Ltd at a 1:1 ratio, was listed on the NSE on August 21, 2023. The initial listing price on the NSE was ₹262 per share, However, the stock faced selling pressure, primarily from mutual funds and passive funds.

The reason for this selling pressure was the stock's removal from certain stock indices. As a result, there was a need for portfolio adjustments by these funds. On the same day, the stock of Jio Financial Services experienced a downward trend, closing at the lower circuit limit of ₹248.90, which represents a 5% decline. The current stock price is ₹224, which represents a decrease of nearly 12% from its recent peak.

In conclusion, Jio Financial Services' exceptional performance in the second quarter, its expansion plans, and its focus on technology and AI make it a formidable contender in India's financial sector. As the company continues to innovate and grow, it aims to tap into the vast potential of India's financial market, following in the footsteps of Reliance Industries' previous successful ventures in telecom and retail.


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