以太坊块高度开奖:CIMB Q2 net profit rises to RM1.28bil, declares 13 sen dividend
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KUALA LUMPUR: CIMB Group Holdings Bhd, which posted a net profit of RM1.28bil in the second quarter ended June 30, has maintained a cautious stance for the remainder of 2022 due to various macroeconomic headwinds.
“We are hopeful of continued economic growth in markets we operate in view of the resumption of economic activity across the region with inflows of investment. We remain confident to achieve positive financial performance and we are currently
on track to exceed our FY22 targets across all profitability metrics.
“The group will continue to be guided by our Forward23+ strategic plan to strengthen our position to be the leading focused Asean bank, building on the positive momentum of our asset growth, contained cost escalation and moderate credit cost,” group chief executive officer Datuk Abdul Rahman Ahmad said in a statement.
He said the banking group is also committed to continue facilitating and supporting its customers’ financial health and resiliency in transitioning towards economic recovery, and at the same time providing complete banking and digital solutions to cater to the needs of all our customers through technology innovations and investments.
“In achieving our sustainability aspirations, we have mobilised RM30bil in sustainable finance under our Green, Social, Sustainable Impact Products and Services (GSSIPS) framework, two years ahead of target.
“We are particularly encouraged by this accomplishment as we continue to make a positive change across our Asean footprint while promoting financial services that are aligned to sustainability principles,” Abdul Rahman said.
In the second quarter ended June 30, CIMB’s net profit surged to RM1.28bil, or earnings per share (EPS) of 12.30 sen from RM1.08bil, or 10.80 sen in the same quarter last year.
Revenue for the quarter rose 5.7% to RM4.88bil from RM4.62bil previously.
In the first half to June 30 (1H22), CIMB posted a net profit of RM2.7bil, or EPS of 26.26 sen on revenue of RM9.62bil.
The bank said its core net profit increased by 18.4% to RM3.1bil from RM2.62bil in the preceding year, driven by higher operating income, contained cost escalation as well as lower provisions across key markets.
This translated to EPS of 30.0 sen and a core annualised 1H22 return on average equity (ROE) of 10.4%.
Accordingly, CIMB has proposed the first interim dividend of 13.00 sen per share this year, comprising 2.60 sen in cash and 10.40 sen in dividend reinvestment scheme (DRS).
This amounts to RM1.36bil, resulting in a dividend payout ratio of 50%, which is in line with the group’s dividend policy.