Earnings per share of the company went up from Rs 4.80 to Rs 5.75. This has been achieved despite the issue of new shares.
The housing finance company loan book stood at Rs 1,01,625 crore in Q1FY11 compared to Rs 1,24,167 crore for Q1FY12.
The company recorded unrealised gains from its listed investments of Rs 23,206 crore, a 38% rise from Rs 16,775 crore in the corresponding period of last fiscal.
It recorded a gross non-performing loans amounting to Rs 1,038.15 crore. According to analysts this is equivalent to 0.83% of the loan portfolio; the same stood at 0.89% last year.
In Q4 of the last fiscal, the lender reported a 23. 26% rise in net profit.