(PTI) State-owned Bank of India (BoI) on Friday reported divergence in its asset classification for FY22, resulting in lowering of net profit for the year to ₹2,221 crore.
The lender had reported a net profit of ₹3,404.70 crore for 2021-22.
According to a regulatory filing, there was divergence of ₹105 crore in bank's gross non-performing assets (NPAs) with the bank reporting it to be at ₹45,605.40 crore. However, as per Reserve Bank of India (RBI) assessment, it came at a higher value of ₹45,710.40 crore.
On the flip side, in case of the net NPAs the bad loans fell by ₹87 crore as the RBI assessed it at a lower ₹9,764.93 crore as against ₹9,851.93 crore reported by the bank.
The divergence in provisioning came in at ₹1,819 crore.
Bank of India said the adjusted net profit of the bank before considering the impact of tax on divergence in provisioning for FY22 was at ₹1,585.70 crore.
However, the net profit was further boosted to ₹2,221.33 crore for the year ended March 2022 upon adding ₹635.63 crore as an impact of tax on divergence in provisioning, showed the data.