FBN Holdings Plc has posted a Profit Before Tax of N21.9 billion for the third quarter of the year (Q3, 2020) – indicating a 20.2% increase from the figures posted in the corresponding period of 2019
This is according to its latest financials sent to the Nigerian Stock Exchange.
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Key highlights of Q3 2020 are:
- Profit Before Tax increased to N21.9 billion, up by +20.2% Y-o-Y.
- Profit for the period from continuing operations increased to N18.72, up by+1.41% Y-o-Y.
- Interest income declined to N90.3 billion, -12.2% Y-o-Y.
- Interest expense declined to N28.8 billion, -29.6% Y-o-Y.
- Net interest income marginally declined to N61.5 billion, -0.6% Y-o-Y.
- Fees and commission income increased to N31.8 billion, +17.9% Y-o-Y.
- Foreign exchange income increased to N2.96 billion, +223.5% Y-o-Y.
- Personnel expenses increased to N24.64 billion, indicating a gain of +9.82% Y-o-Y.
- From December 2019 to September 2020, loans and advances to customers increased to N2.05 trillion, up by+10.9%.
- Total assets grew to N7.2 trillion in September 2020 from N6.2 trillion it recorded as at December 2019, +16.8%.
- Between December 2019 and September 2020, deposits from customers increased to N4.6 trillion, up by +15.2%.
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High trading income coupled with a lower operating expense played a vital role in boosting the firm’s profit. In addition, higher current and non-current components boosted the over total assets value.
Billions of money as profit, yet they finding it difficult to employ and pay our young graduates , casual staffs all over the banks , bad country,selfish people,wicked people, useless system .
Are you sure of these numbers you’re posting? 21.9bn?