Indian Railway Finance Company Restricted (IRFC), the market borrowing arm of Indian Railways, on Friday posted a 37.90 per cent progress in its revenue after tax at Rs 6,090 crore in 2021-22.
Within the previous fiscal, the corporate had reported its revenue after tax (PAT) at Rs 4,416 crore, IRFC mentioned in a press release.
Income from operations for 2021-22 grew by 28.71 per cent and stood at Rs 20,298.27 crore this fiscal as in opposition to Rs 15,770.22 crore a yr in the past.
The income from operations for the fourth quarter of 2021-22 grew by 16.39 per cent to achieve Rs 5,931.12 crore as in opposition to Rs 5,095.81 crore reported within the third quarter.
The online value on the finish of 2021-22 stood at Rs 41,000 crore, up by 14.15 per cent, in opposition to Rs 36,000 crore reported in 2020-21. The property beneath administration of the corporate stood at Rs 4,15,238 crore as on March 31, 2022, registering a progress of 15.32 per cent.
Incomes Per Share (EPS) of the corporate has additionally gone as much as Rs 4.66 as on March 31, 2022, in comparison with Rs 3.66 a yr in the past, registering a rise of 27.32 per cent.
“The corporate continues to lift funds on the best charges and phrases, each from the home and abroad monetary markets, which has helped to maintain price of borrowings low,” IRFC mentioned in a press release.
The board of administrators has really helpful the ultimate dividend of Rs 0.63 per fairness share of the face worth of Rs 10 every for 2021-22, topic to approval of shareholders on the ensuing annual common assembly. That is along with the interim dividend of Rs 0.77 per fairness share declared on November 1, 2021, thereby making a complete dividend of Rs 1.40 per share.
Amitabh Banerjee, chairman and managing director, IRFC, mentioned, “IRFC has constantly exhibited a rising and robust monetary efficiency on the again of elevating funds on the best charges and on the opportune time from the home and worldwide markets.”
He additional mentioned that IRFC is dedicated to its contribution to India’s resolve in creating and increasing the infrastructure sector with a particular impetus on railway sector. That is amply evident from the excessive quantum of borrowing mandate of Rs 66,500 crore for 2022-23 obtained from the railways ministry.