The Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett, once said, “Banking is a very good business, unless you don’t do anything dumb.” By the looks of it, Mumbai-headquartered DCB Bank has not done anything dumb for quite a while now. The numbers tell us the story. Over the last five years, the bank’s interest income has grown at 24%, while its profit has grown 37% every year. Its net interest margin (NIM) at 3.9% stands higher than the industry average of 3.3% and gross NPA and net NPA of 1.6% and 0.7% indicates that the bank has a tight leash on its asset quality.
DCB Bank is poised to take a big leap on the back of its expansion plans
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