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IndiGrid Q2 results: Net profit slips 20% to Rs 68 crore – EQ Mag Pro

IndiGrid Q2 results: Net profit slips 20% to Rs 68 crore – EQ Mag Pro

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New Delhi: Infrastructure funding belief IndiGrid‘s consolidated web profit fell 20 per cent to Rs 68.17 crore within the September quarter due to increased finance prices and depreciation. The consolidated web profit was Rs 85.51 crore within the quarter ended September 30, 2020, a BSE submitting stated.

The finance price within the quarter rose to Rs 266.67 crore within the second quarter from Rs 158.39 crore a yr in the past.

Similarly, the depreciation elevated to Rs 178.27 crore within the quarter from Rs 102.23 crore.

Total revenue stood at Rs 559.97 crore within the quarter towards Rs 393.57 crore within the year-ago interval.

The board of administrators of IndiGrid Investment Managers performing as supervisor of the India Grid Trust (IndiGrid), authorized declaration of distribution of Rs 3.1875 per unit comprising Rs 1.8626 within the type of curiosity, Rs 0.0497 per unit within the type of dividend and Rs 1.2752 per unit within the type of principal cost for Q2 FY22 (July-September).

The file date for this distribution shall be November 2, 2021, and cost shall be made on or earlier than November 11, 2021.

The board additionally authorized elevating of debt up to Rs 1,200 crore by varied sources, together with time period loans, non-convertible debentures and/or some other mode as could also be permitted beneath relevant legislation.

“We are on observe to meet the elevated FY22 distribution steerage of Rs 12.75 per unit on the again of fifty per cent progress in EBITDA in H1 FY’22. I’m happy to share that during the last six months, we have now strengthened our operational capabilities by the implementation of DigiGrid and strengthened our steadiness sheet by elevating pre-emptive progress capital.

“We have also substantially diversified our sources of debt and reduced the weighted average cost of borrowing by 70 bps YoY (basis points year on year),” IndiGrid CEO Harsh Shah stated in a press release.

He additional stated, “We continue to focus on generating superior and sustainable returns for our investors on the back of our AAA-rated balance sheet, resilient operations and accretive acquisitions”.

IndiGrid continued its observe file of profitable acquisitions by finishing the acquisition of its first photo voltaic asset (FRV) in July 2021 for Rs 660 crore.

This together with the Rs 6,900 crore value of acquisitions in FY21, has taken the overall AUM (asset beneath administration) to Rs 21,400 crore.

In April 2021, IndiGrid raised Rs 1,284 crore of capital by means of the rights concern, which was subscribed over 1.25 instances to create headroom for progress.

Separately, in May 2021, IndiGrid additionally efficiently launched the primary public NCD concern by any REIT/InvIT within the nation to diversify its sources of debt and improve the debt tenure.

Source: PTI

Anand Gupta Editor - EQ Int'l Media Network