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Bank of India Performance

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Low: ₹132.05
High: ₹134.50
Previous Close ₹132.45
Open ₹133.05
Volume 69,26,875
Day’s Range ₹132.05 - ₹134.50
52W Range ₹69.50 - ₹157.95
Market Cap ₹60,277 Cr

Bank of India Fundamentals

ROCE (TTM) 1.4
P/E Ratio (TTM) 9.18
P/B Ratio 0.95
Industry P/E 14.02
Debt to Equity NA
ROE 10.32
EPS (TTM) 14.42
Dividend Yield 2.12
Book Value 139.75
Face Value 10

Bank of India Financials

Jun 2023Sep 2023Dec 2023Mar 2024
Profit before tax2,879.822,977.442,538.821,797.05
Net Profit1,501.221,488.821,895.481,499.01
EPS in Rs3.813.654.593.46

About Bank of India

History of Bank of India

Bank of India was incorporated by a group of eminent businessmen in Mumbai on September 7, 1906, with a paid-up capital of ₹50 lakh. It was the first bank in India to be promoted by Indian interests and to serve all the communities of India. In 1921, the Bank received a contract from the Bombay Stock Exchange to manage the latter’s clearing house. In 1946, they became the first Indian bank to open a foreign branch in London.

The bank was nationalised in July 1969. In 1997, the Bank came out with its maiden public issue and also introduced bullion banking. In 2004-05, the bank tied up with ICICI Prudential Life Insurance to provide references to customers for the sale of their life insurance products against a referral fee. They made further strategic alliance with the Securities Trading Corporation of India (STCI) to facilitate the secondary market sale of Government Securities. In 2008, the company had a follow on qualified institutional placement, too.

Bank of India was the first nationalised bank to establish a fully computerised branch and an ATM facility back in 1989. It is also a founder-member of SWIFT in India. It also pioneered the adoption of the Health Code System in 1982 for rating its credit portfolio.

Business Segments

The bank primarily operates in two business segments, namely wholesale banking operations and retail banking operations. 

  1. Wholesale Banking – This includes cash management services, trade finance and credit for corporates and MSMEs. There are further schemes for MSMEs, such as health schemes, commercial vehicle loans, and guarantee schemes. It also has special schemes for agriculture, such as loans for farming, mechanisation, Self-help Groups, etc.
  2. Retail Banking: Under this segment, the bank offers account opening and maintenance, cards and deposits. The bank also offers general, life and health insurance, along with its own mutual funds. It also offers a wide range of government investment and savings schemes.

In its domestic loan book in 2023, corporates take up the highest share at 37%, followed by retail loans, MSME and agriculture. Foreign business contributes about 12.5%.


Bank of India has the following domestic subsidiaries:

  1. BOI Shareholding Ltd. (BOISL) – BOISL is BOI’s wholly owned subsidiary that acts as Depository Participant (DP) of both the Depositories, National Securities Depository Ltd. (NSDL) and the Central Depository Services (India) Ltd. (CDSL)
  2. BOI Investment Managers Pvt. Ltd. (BOIIMPL) – It is a wholly owned subsidiary that is an investment advisory services company.
  3. BOI Trustee Services Pvt. Ltd. (BOITSPL) – It is a wholly owned subsidiary that offers trustee services.
  4. BOI Merchant Bankers Ltd. (BOIMBL) – This company is a wholly owned subsidiary that undertakes merchant banking business, including arranging syndicated loans, bonds and debentures.

The bank has the following international subsidiaries for its global operations:

  1. PT Bank of India Indonesia Tbk.
  2. Bank of India (Tanzania) Ltd.
  3. Bank of India (New Zealand) Ltd.
  4. Bank of India (Uganda) Ltd.

Key Personnel

Shri Rajneesh Karnatak, MD and CEO 

Mr. Karnatak assumed charge as Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Bank of India on April 29, 2023. He was the Chief General Manager of Punjab National Bank before his appointment as Executive Director at Union Bank of India on October 21, 2021. Shri Karnatak has a rich banking experience of over 29 years and carries varied branch and Administrative office experience. He had earlier worked in the erstwhile Oriental Bank of Commerce and then in Punjab National Bank in Credit Review & Monitoring roles.

Corporate Actions

The company has not announced any bonus shares, rights issue, buyback of shares, or stock splits in recent times.

Mergers and Acquisitions

  • During the year 2007-08, the Bank acquired a 76% stake in PT Bank Swadesi Tbk for a total consideration of Indian ₹3.77 crores.
  • In January 2019, the Bank of India acquired Bharatiya Mahila Bank (BMB) which had been established exclusively to provide banking services to women.
Parent Organisation GoI - PSB
Founded 1906
Managing Director

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Bank of India FAQs

What is the Share price of Bank of India (BANKINDIA)?

Bank of India (BANKINDIA) share price as of May 28, 2024, on NSE is Rs 132.90 (NSE) and Rs 132.75 (BSE) on BSE.

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Is Bank of India a Debt free Company?

No, the Bank of India is not a debt free company.

What is the main business of Bank of India?

The main business of the Bank of India is to provide financial and advisory services, rural banking services, depository services, internet banking services, credit card services, debenture trustee services, remittance services, and mutual fund products. It is a public sector bank.

Who are the promoters of Bank of India?

The main promoter of the Bank of India is the President of India with 81.41% shareholding.

How many branches does Bank of India have?

Bank of India has a total of 5,123 branches, out of which 5,102 are domestic branches and 21 are overseas branches as of 30th September 2022.