Revenue from operations increased from Rs.65.3 Cr in Q1 FY21 to Rs.117.3 Cr in Q1 FY22, up 80% YoY
Segment-wise Revenue Breakup
Depository Activity – Rs.88.7 Cr, up 70% YoY and 12% QoQ
Data Entry & Storage – Rs.28.1 Cr, up 118% YoY and 21% QoQ
Repository – Rs.0.5 Cr, up 168% YoY and down 14% QoQ
Company has reported Profit After Tax (PAT) of Rs. 64 Cr, up 36% YoY and 23% QoQ
Though Net Profit has increased YoY, operating profit margin and PAT margin has decreased from 90% to 74% and 72% to 54% respectively
CDSL has become the first depository in India to cross the milestone of 4 Cr demat accounts in Jul-21
As on Jun-21, CDSL has 3.97 Cr investor accounts, 16,778 live companies, 588 depository participants. Number of securities in demat custody is 49,562 Cr and value of those securities is Rs.31,86,026 Cr
Transaction charges have more than doubled from Rs.20.55 Cr to Rs.44.34 Cr and on line data charges have increased 2.5 times from Rs.9.87 Cr to Rs.24.95 Cr YoY
Annual Issuer charges and CAS charges have increased by 35% and 23% to Rs.28.14 Cr and Rs.3.65 Cr respectively
As on quarter ended Jun-21, CVL, its subsidiary has over 3.1 Cr fully digitalized KYC records. It is the first and largest KYC Registration Agency in India
CVL which also offers RTA operations services 704 companies as on Jun-21
Currently, it has only 6.36 lakh insurance accounts because there is no mandate from regulator and the distributors of the insurance policies are also not pushing it.
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