ICICI Securities Q3 PAT up 42% to Rs 380 cr

ICICI Securities has a client base of 70 lakh, of which over 6.8 lakh were added during the quarter.Our broad-based and digital-led customer acquisition engine continues to break previous quarterly records. ICICI Securities, a subsidiary of ICICI Bank, has four lines of businesses -- broking, distribution of financial products, wealth management and investment banking.


PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 18-01-2022 17:08 IST | Created: 18-01-2022 16:43 IST
ICICI Securities Q3 PAT up 42% to Rs 380 cr
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ICICI Securities on Tuesday reported a 42 percent growth in profit after tax at Rs 380 crore for the December 2021 quarter.

The company had posted a PAT of Rs 267 crore in the corresponding quarter of the preceding fiscal, ICICI Securities said in a statement.

The company posted a 52 percent jump in revenue at Rs 942 crore in the quarter under review from Rs 620 crore for the three months ended December 2020, aided by strong all-around performance across business segments. ICICI Securities has a client base of 70 lakh, of which over 6.8 lakh were added during the quarter.

''Our broad-based and digital-led customer acquisition engine continues to break previous quarterly records. During the quarter, 68 percent of customers acquired are under 30 years of age (vs 44 percent YoY) and 87 percent are from tier II and below towns (vs 69 percent YoY),'' the company's managing director and chief executive officer Vijay Chandok said.

''We have identified several underserved pockets where we see a lot of potentials. These include young professionals and new entrants to the job market, retirees, NRIs, etc and each's investment objectives are very different from the other. To win them over, we are sharpening our delivery and overall value proposition,'' he added. ICICI Securities, a subsidiary of ICICI Bank, has four lines of businesses -- broking, distribution of financial products, wealth management, and investment banking.

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