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South Indian Bank Performance

Days Range

Low: ₹27.20
High: ₹27.95
Previous Close ₹27.75
Open ₹27.35
Volume 1,07,85,831
Day’s Range ₹27.20 - ₹27.95
52W Range ₹13.96 - ₹36.88
Market Cap ₹7,251.35 Cr

South Indian Bank Fundamentals

ROCE (TTM) 1.5
P/E Ratio (TTM) 6.49
P/B Ratio 0.85
Industry P/E 14.6
Debt to Equity NA
ROE 13.06
EPS (TTM) 4.27
Dividend Yield 0.87
Book Value 32.67
Face Value 1

South Indian Bank Financials

Mar 2023Jun 2023Sep 2023Dec 2023
Profit before tax522.07292.04409.31434.95
Net Profit333.53202.58274.89305.38
EPS in Rs1.590.971.311.46

About South Indian Bank


The South Indian Bank (SIB) was started during the Swadeshi movement and was incorporated on January 29, 1929, at Thrissur as a private limited company. In 1964, SIB had acquired 10 banks in a single year. The bank made its entry into the merchant banking business by supporting or underwriting 99 new issues in 1990. In 1992, SIB started an NRI branch in November and also developed, in-house, a fully integrated branch automation software. The bank was  listed on December 14, 1998.

The Sibertech project, a comprehensive and centralised banking solution, was launched by SIB in 2001. SIB then started distributing third-party insurance products in 2002. Its internet banking facility under Sibernet was introduced in 2003. In the same year, it made an agreement with Master Card International to launch Maestro, a Global ATM and Debit Card. The bank further introduced SMS-based mobile banking in FY 2006.

In FY 2014, SIB introduced a Direct and Indirect Tax Payment facility for its retail and corporate customers. In the same year, it launched the Kiosk Banking Model. In FY 2016, the bank tied up with Billdesk Services for a Centralised Direct Debit arrangement, allowing customers to make direct payments to SIPs, insurance premiums, loan EMIs, etc. 

In FY 2017, SIB successfully raised capital aggregating to ₹630.99 crores. In the same year, it launched co-branded SIB-SBI credit cards with SBI. In FY 2018-19, the bank introduced 8 new loan products, most of them designed for the MSME sector. In FY2020, the bank received the Best MSME Bank (Private Sector) Award by ASSOCHAM.

Business Segments

The bank has declared the following business segments:

  1. Treasury: This segment primarily consists of returns or interest gains or losses on investment operations and earnings from foreign exchange trade. The principal expenses of the segment consist of interest expense on funds borrowed and other expenses.
  2. Corporate or Wholesale Banking: The corporate or wholesale banking segment provides loans to the corporate segment. Revenues of this segment consist of interest earned on loans made to corporate customers and the charges or fees earned from other banking services.
  3. Retail banking: The retail banking segment provides loans to non-corporate customers identified on the basis of RBI guidelines. Revenues of this segment consist of interest earned on loans made to non-corporate customers and the charges or fees earned from other banking services. This also includes digital banking as a sub-segment of the retail banking segment. 
  4. Other Banking Operations: This segment includes income from para-banking activities such as debit cards, third-party product distribution and associated costs.
  5. Unallocated: All items that cannot be allocated to reportable segments are included in the unallocated portion.


As of March 31, 2023, the Bank has one unlisted wholly owned subsidiary, i.e. SIB Operations and Services Limited, which was incorporated on May 28, 2021. It was built to cater to the operational needs of SIB.

Key Personnel

Mr Murali Ramakrishnan, Managing Director and CEO

Mr Ramakrishnan has been the MD and CEO since October 1, 2020. He has experience in this industry of over 34 years. Before joining SIB, he had retired from ICICI Bank as Senior General Manager at Strategic Project Group on May 30, 2020.

Corporate Actions

South Indian Bank has conducted the following corporate actions in recent years:

Bonus Issue

The bank had offered bonus shares at a 1:4 ratio with a record date of October 17, 2008.

Stock Split

The bank had split its stock from a face value of ₹10 to ₹1 per share with a record date of September 24, 2010.

Rights Issue

  1. The company had conducted a rights issue with a record date of February 17, 2017.
  2. The company had conducted a rights issue with a record date of July 23, 2004.
Parent Organisation Indian Private
Founded 1929
Managing Director Salim Gangadharan

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What is the Share price of South Indian Bank (SOUTHBANK)?

South Indian Bank (SOUTHBANK) share price as of April 16, 2024, on NSE is Rs 27.65 (NSE) and Rs 27.65 (BSE) on BSE.

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Is South Indian Bank a Debt free Company?

No, South Indian Bank is not a debt free company.

What is the main business of South Indian Bank?

The main business of South Indian Bank is to offer personal banking, priority banking, business banking, NRI banking, and other online banking services.

How many branches does South Indian Bank have?

South Indian Bank has 928 branches, with 196 in metropolitan areas, 174 in urban areas, 457 in semi-urban areas, and 101 in rural locations, as on 31st December 2022.