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About Federal Bank

History

Federal Bank Ltd was incorporated on April 23, 1931, then known as Travancore Federal Bank Ltd. In 1945, the bank’s registered office was shifted to Aluva, Kerala. In 1964, Federal Bank took over the assets and liabilities of three other banks i.e. Chalakudy Public Bank Ltd, Cochin Union Bank Ltd, and Alleppey Bank Ltd. Thereafter multiple other banks also merged in, such as St. George Union Bank Ltd, Federal Bank, Martha Dom Commercial Bank Ltd. and Ganesh Bank, etc. Federal Bank became a Scheduled Commercial Bank in 1970. In 1973, it became an Authorised Dealer in Foreign Exchange and started its International Banking Department in Mumbai. In 2013, Federal Bank became the first bank in India which was a sponsor bank for White Label ATMs. Two years later, it was the second bank to open an International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) Banking Unit (IBU) in Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT City). Soon, the bank launched its Unified Payments Interface (UPI) application 'Lotza'. In 2019, Federal Bank won the NSDL special recognition award for being the first bankin India offering an online demat account opening facility. In 2021, it partnered with Fi and Jupiter Money for offering a customised Neo banking experience to resident individuals, especially in unbanked areas. In the same year, Federal Bank launched Imperio Family Banking, a banking service designed for mid-HNI customers.

Business Segments

Federal Bank Ltd is a major Indian private commercial bank headquartered in Aluva, Kerala. It operates in four segments: treasury operations, wholesale banking, retail banking, and other banking operations. It categorises its services as:
  • Personal - Personals services include:
    • Accounts - Apart from the usual savings accounts, they also have Noor Personal Accounts, GBD Super S1, RFC Account ie. resident foreign currency account, etc.
    • Loans - This includes loans for car, home, education, career, etc.
    • Insurance and investments - This includes trading platforms, insurance, pension, wealth management services, etc.
    • Cards - This includes credit cards, debit cards, co-branded credit cards, co-brand prepaid cards, etc.
    • Internet and mobile banking, priority banking
    • Payment services such as bill payment, recurring payments, funds transfers, etc.
  • Business - These services include accounts, treasury services, SME and agricultural loans, corporate financing and trade finance services.
  • NRI - This involves accounts, loans, credit cards, insurance and investment services for NRI clients.
These services are a part of the bank’s vision to act as a financial supermarket. The Bank has representative offices in Abu Dhabi and Dubai as well as an IFSC Banking Unit (IBU) in Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT City). Slightly more than half of its loan book consists of retail loans the rest are wholesale loans. In terms of demand for its debt products, corporate and institutional banking (CIB) has the biggest share, followed by retail loans, small and medium businesses and agriculture. The bank has invested heavily into digitisation of banking operations. 90% of all accounts were opened digitally in FY 2022 and its account transactions are largely digital ones. Federal Bank has subsidiaries for specific operations such as:
  • Fedbank Financial Services Ltd. which offers gold loans, home loans, loans against property and business loans.
  • Federal Operations and Services Ltd. which caters to banking operations and technology-related services.

Key Personnel

Mr. Shyam Srinivasan, MD and CEO Mr. Srinivasan joined his current post on 23rd September 2010. He is an alumnus of IIM Calcutta. Before joining Federal Bank, he had served as a member of the Global Executive Forum of Standard Chartered Bank in 2004-10. At Federal Bank, he has worked on improvement of under-writing quality and overall total quality management. He has held multiple other positions outside Federal Bank as an eminent executive, such as member of the Financial Sector Legislative Reforms committee of RBI and member of the Managing Committee of IBA.

Corporate Actions

The following are some of the corporate actions done by the company in the recent past: Bonus Shares Federal Bank had last announced bonus shares in 2015 in the ratio of 1:1.  Stock Split Federal Bank had split the face value of its shares from ₹10 to ₹2 in 2013. Rights Shares Federal Bank had issued rights shares in 2007 in the ratio of 1:1 at a premium of ₹240.00 per share.

Financial Highlights

  • The bank has seen a sharp jump in its revenue by 23.85% in the period between March 2022 and March 2023.
  • This jump has led to a jump in the net profit of the company by 60.82% in the same period of time.
  • It has a high quick ratio of 5.43 as of September 2023.

Parent Organisation
Indian Private
Managing Director
Abhaya Prasad Hota
Founded
1931
NSE Symbol
FEDERALBNK

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Federal Bank Ltd (FEDERALBNK) share price as of July 22, 2024, on NSE is Rs 192.93 (NSE) and Rs 192.93 (BSE) on BSE.
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The main business of Federal Bank, a private sector bank headquartered in Kochi, is to provide retail and corporate banking services along with para banking activities including debit card and third-party product distribution. It also operates in treasury and foreign exchange segments
The number of Federal Bank branches is 1,272 as per the latest FY 2021-22 annual report.
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