HDFC Bank posts 19.2% rise in Q1 deposits, 13.1% growth in gross advances


HDFC Bank informed the exchanges on July 5 that its advances aggregated to approximately Rs 16,155 billion for the quarter ended June 30, up nearly 15.8 percent from Rs 13,951 billion a year ago.

The bank’s advances grew around 0.9 percent over Rs 16,006 billion as of Q4FY23.

The bank’s deposits aggregated to approximately Rs 19,130 billion in Q1FY24, posting a growth of around 19.2 percent over Rs 16,048 billion from a year ago and a growth of around 1.6 percent over Rs 18,834 billion from Q4FY23.

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The merged entity’s gross advances aggregated to approximately Rs 22,450 billion in Q1FY24, up by nearly 13.1 percent over Rs 19,859 billion as of June 30 and up by 0.7 percent over Rs 22,302 billion as of March 31.
The merger of Housing Development Finance Corporation (HDFC), India’s oldest and largest mortgage lending firm, with HDFC Bank came into effect on July 1. HDFC and HDFC Bank announced the decision to merge on April 4, 2022.