CIMB GROUP HOLDINGS BERHAD

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Last Price

5.24

Today's Change

-0.07 (1.32%)

Day's Change

5.23 - 5.31

Trading Volume

1,048,600

Financial
Market Cap

Market Cap

55,885 Million

NOSH

10,665 Million

Latest Quarter

Latest Quarter

31-Dec-2022 [#4]

Announcement Date

28-Feb-2023

Next Quarter

31-Mar-2023

Est. Ann. Date

31-May-2023

Est. Ann. Due Date

30-May-2023

QoQ | YoY

-5.85% | 55.05%

T4Q Result

Revenue | NP to SH

19,837,516.000 | 5,439,863.000

RPS | P/RPS

186.00 Cent | 2.82

EPS | P/E | EY

51.01 Cent | 10.27 | 9.73%

DPS | DY | Payout %

25.60 Cent | 4.89% | 50.19%

NAPS | P/NAPS

5.82 | 0.90

QoQ | YoY

9.47% | 26.65%

NP Margin | ROE

28.19% | 8.76%

F.Y. | Ann. Date

31-Dec-2022 | 28-Feb-2023

Latest Audited Result

Latest Audited Result

31-Dec-2022

Announcement Date

16-Mar-2023

Next Audited Result

31-Dec-2023

Est. Ann. Date

16-Mar-2024

Est. Ann. Due Date

28-Jun-2024

Annual (Unaudited)

Revenue | NP to SH

19,837,516.000 | 5,439,863.000

RPS | P/RPS

186.00 Cent | 2.82

EPS | P/E | EY

51.01 Cent | 10.27 | 9.73%

DPS | DY | Payout %

25.84 Cent | 4.93% | 50.67%

NAPS | P/NAPS

5.82 | 0.90

YoY

26.65%

NP Margin | ROE

28.19% | 8.76%

F.Y. | Ann. Date

31-Dec-2022 | 28-Feb-2023

Annualized Result

Revenue | NP to SH

19,837,516.000 | 5,439,863.000

RPS | P/RPS

186.00 Cent | 2.82

EPS | P/E | EY

51.01 Cent | 10.27 | 9.73%

DPS | DY | Payout %

-

NAPS | P/NAPS

-

QoQ | YoY

-0.85% | 26.65%

NP Margin | ROE

28.19% | 8.76%

F.Y. | Ann. Date

31-Dec-2022 | 28-Feb-2023

Business Process

Trailing 4 Quarters Trailing 8 Quarters
Available Quarters 4 Quarters 8 Quarters
Continuous Quarters Of Revenue Growth 4 / 4 100.00% 5 / 8 62.50%
Total Positive Profit Years 4 / 4 100.00% 7 / 8 87.50%
Continuous Quarters Of Positive Profit 4 / 4 100.00% 5 / 8 62.50%
Continuous Quarters Of Profit Growth 0 / 4 0.00% 0 / 8 0.00%
Continuous Quarters Of Adjusted EPS Growth 0 / 4 0.00% 0 / 8 0.00%
Total Dividend Years 2 / 4 50.00% 4 / 8 50.00%
Continuous Quarters Of Dividend 1 / 4 25.00% 1 / 8 12.50%
Continuous Quarters Of Dividend Growth 0 / 4 0.00% 0 / 8 0.00%
Continuous Quarters Of Adjusted Dps Growth 1 / 4 25.00% 1 / 8 12.50%
Average ROE 2.24% 2.05%
Average Net Profit Margin 28.25% 24.48%

Last 5 Financial Years Last 10 Financial Years
Available Years 5 Years 10 Years
Continuous Quarters Of Revenue Growth 2 / 5 40.00% 2 / 10 20.00%
Total Positive Profit Years 5 / 5 100.00% 10 / 10 100.00%
Continuous Quarters Of Positive Profit 5 / 5 100.00% 10 / 10 100.00%
Continuous Quarters Of Profit Growth 2 / 5 40.00% 2 / 10 20.00%
Continuous Quarters Of Adjusted EPS Growth 2 / 5 40.00% 2 / 10 20.00%
Total Dividend Years 5 / 5 100.00% 10 / 10 100.00%
Continuous Quarters Of Dividend 5 / 5 100.00% 10 / 10 100.00%
Continuous Quarters Of Dividend Growth 2 / 5 40.00% 2 / 10 20.00%
Continuous Quarters Of Adjusted Dps Growth 2 / 5 40.00% 2 / 10 20.00%
Average ROE 7.47% 8.53%
Average Net Profit Margin 23.00% 23.64%
Key Result

T4Q Annualized Annual (Unaudited) Last 10 FY Average Last 5 FY Average
Revenue 19,837,516 19,837,516 19,837,516 16,962,260 18,343,461
NP to SH 5,439,863 5,439,863 5,439,863 3,960,887 4,214,557
Dividend 2,730,366 2,756,206 2,756,206 1,879,225 2,101,318
Adjusted EPS 51.01 51.01 51.01 37.14 39.52
Adjusted DPS 25.60 25.84 25.84 17.62 19.70

NP to SH = Net Profit Attributable to Shareholder, EPS = Earning Per Share, DPS = Dividend Per Share

All figures in '000 unless specified.

EPS & DPS's figures in Cent.

Growth

LQ QoQ LQ YoY CQ YoY LQ vs Average of T4Q LQ vs Average of T8Q
Revenue 4.45% 13.80% 1.66% 5.25% 5.86%
NP to Owner -5.85% 55.05% 26.65% -2.57% 8.88%
Dividend 0.00% 8.10% 18.02% 101.89% 118.38%
Adjusted EPS -5.85% 55.05% 26.65% -2.57% 8.88%
Adjusted DPS 0.00% 8.10% 18.02% 101.89% 118.38%

LQ = Latest Quarter, CQ = Cumulative Quarter, T4Q = Trailing 4 Quarters, T8Q = Trailing 8 Quarters, QoQ = Quarter on Quarter, YoY = Year on Year

T4Q vs LFY T4Q vs AL5FY T4Q vs AL10FY AQR vs LFY AQR vs AL5FY AQR vs AL10FY LFY YoY LFY vs AL5FY LFY vs AL10FY
Revenue 0.00% 8.14% 16.95% 0.00% 8.14% 16.95% 1.66% 8.14% 16.95%
NP to Owner 0.00% 29.07% 37.34% 0.00% 29.07% 37.34% 26.65% 29.07% 37.34%
Dividend -0.94% 29.94% 45.29% 0.00% 31.17% 46.67% 18.02% 31.17% 46.67%
Adjusted EPS 0.00% 29.07% 37.34% 0.00% 29.07% 37.34% 26.65% 29.07% 37.34%
Adjusted DPS -0.94% 29.94% 45.29% 0.00% 31.17% 46.67% 18.02% 31.17% 46.67%

T4Q = Trailing 4 Quarters, T8Q = Trailing 8 Quarters, AL5FY = Average of Last 5 Financial Years, AL10FY = Average of Last 10 Financial Years, LFY = Latest Financial Year AQR = Annualized Quarter Result, YoY = Year on Year

Discussions
18 people like this. Showing 50 of 16,933 comments

zhen wei & JP

Good news cimb thai net profit B650m.
Net Asset Value increased .

2 months ago

speakup

hebat!
speakup got both cimb & ambank

2 months ago

stkoay

Kenanga’s top stock picks are Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank), with a target price (TP) of RM10.40, for its persistently high dividend cushion and leading market share, CIMB Group Holdings Bhd (TP: RM6.40) for its resilient non-interest income stream performance, and Alliance Bank Malaysia Bhd (TP: RM4.20) for its strength in the small and medium enterprise space.

https://www.theedgemarkets.com/node/653819

1 month ago

Income

Murah

1 month ago

prudentinvestor

Cheaper now. Start buying, don't hesitate.

1 month ago

speakup

When CIMB going to list Touch N Go to unlock it's value?

1 month ago

diamjela

been holding since RM3. so happy

1 month ago

speakup

speakup 3.80

1 month ago

stkoay

No major changes in tax.....no new prosperity tax......capital gain tax for unlisted shares from 2024 under study.....cheers......next week, banks shares probably trade up.

1 month ago

speakup

Besok declare minimum 12sen dividend. Maybe slightly more

1 month ago

troy88

Should follow in footsteps of RHB rebound..

4 weeks ago

SJSOON

special dividend please!!!

4 weeks ago

pang72

Speak up,
Dividend 13c...more than you wish

4 weeks ago

speakup

Pang72, yesssss! 1¢ more

4 weeks ago

speakup

Too bad no DRP though

4 weeks ago

zhen wei & JP

Uhm great stream of growth. May need another QR to adjust share price.
13sen which means payout of 50%?

4 weeks ago

prudentinvestor

RHB Bank final dividend 25 sen a share. Total dividend for the year is 40 sen. Share price only 1% higher.

4 weeks ago

speakup

Maybank hidden gem is Etiqa
CIMB hidden gem is TnGo
Public Bank hidden gem "was" THP

4 weeks ago

masterus

US closes Silicon Valley Bank in biggest collapse since 2008
By AFP
March 11, 2023 @ 8:36am
SANTA CLARA, United States: US regulators pulled the plug on Silicon Valley Bank on Friday in a spectacular move that sent global banking shares into turmoil, as markets fretted over possible contagion from America's biggest banking failure since the 2008 financial crisis.

US authorities swooped in and seized the assets of SVB, a key lender to US startups since the 1980s, after a run on deposits made it no longer tenable for the medium-sized bank to stay afloat on its own.

Little known to the general public, SVB specialised in financing start-ups and had become the 16th largest US bank by assets: at the end of 2022, it had US$209 billion in assets and approximately US$175.4 billion in deposits.

Its demise represents not only the largest bank failure since Washington Mutual in 2008, but also the second largest failure ever for a retail bank in the United States.

2 weeks ago

TrippleZ

Habis...

2 weeks ago

stkoay

NEW YORK, March 11 — The surprisingly rapid implosion of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) has markets jittery over a potential sign of widespread turmoil, but analysts see only a limited risk of financial contagion.

SVB’s woes are the result of “idiosyncratic stresses and not one that we see as systemic that would affect the banking industry,” said CFRA Research’s Ken Leon, saying stricter US regulations enacted after the 2008 financial crisis have helped contain trouble.


A note from analysts at Morgan Stanley put it simply, saying, “We want to be very clear here ... we do not believe there is a liquidity crunch facing the banking industry, and most banks in our coverage have ample access to liquidity.”

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen described the US banking sector as “resilient,” while Cecilia Rouse, chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, also cited US reforms in arguing disaster would be averted.

“Our banking system is in a fundamentally different place than it was a decade ago,” Rouse said yesterday at a White House briefing.


Following the 2008 demise of Lehman Brothers and the ensuing financial meltdown, US regulators required major banks to hold additional capital in case of trouble. US and European authorities also organise regular “stress tests” designed to uncover vulnerabilities at the largest banks.

Following SVB’s disclosure on Wednesday, investors punished the banking sector in total on Thursday. But by yesterday, shares in some larger banks posted gains.

https://www.malaymail.com/news/money/2023/03/11/analysts-say-svbs-demise-a-sign-of-worry-but-limited-contagion-risk/59077

2 weeks ago

stkoay

After this SVB incident, may be potential depositers might reconsider where is safer to park their deposit.......

.....it might be positives for the SIBs......to attract more deposits......

2 weeks ago

stkoay

Just in case the Mat Terus don't know what SIBs stand for....

...it is Systematically Important Banks......

....they are Maybank, Public Bank and CIMB.......

2 weeks ago

speakup

MBB and Cimb I agree too big to fail but not pbbank

2 weeks ago

masterus

New York’s Signature Bank taken over by state government, FDIC to protect depositors’ assets
Signature Bank, which held nearly $200 billion in assets and deposits as of the conclusion of 2022, has been taken over by the New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) in a moved designed to protect depositors, the agency announced Sunday evening.

It’s the second major financial institution taken over by a government entity since Friday, March 10,when the federal government shuttered Silicon Valley Bank in California. Upon taking possession of Signature Bank, the DFS appointed the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) as its receiver, a move designed to protect depositors.

Source: AM New York

2 weeks ago

speakup

Someone read i3 forum.and dumped cimb at 5.11
Now cry d cos back up 5.32

2 weeks ago

stkoay

One of the good 3 SIBs Bank.

2 weeks ago

speakup

Wonder who the sor chai panic sell @5.11

2 weeks ago

RWG

cimb will be signature bank

2 weeks ago

speakup

If cimb bungkus, means economy damn bad and a lot of ppl will be out of jobs, including u

2 weeks ago

stkoay

MIDF Research maintains their ‘positive’ call on the sector.

“We believe that any weakness is a buying opportunity, especially given that banks offer attractive dividend yields,” it said.

Kenanga’s last call on the sector was ‘overweight’, noting banking stocks would be firmly held up by resilient earnings.

https://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/highlight/2023/03/14/malaysian-banks-tumble-on-knee-jerk-reaction-to-svb-collapse/

2 weeks ago

mf

Post removed.Why?

2 weeks ago

masterus

Credit Suisse shares tank over 30% after Saudi backer rules out further assistance

Shares of embattled bank Credit Suisse hit another all-time low for a second consecutive day.
Credit Suisse’s biggest backer, Saudi National Bank, has said it won’t provide further financial help for the bank.
Speaking to CNBC’s Hadley Gamble during a panel session in Riyadh on Wednesday morning, Credit Suisse Chairman Axel Lehmann declined to comment on whether his firm would need any sort of government assistance in the future.

2 weeks ago

RWG

cimb will be credit suisse

2 weeks ago

masterus

FOREX-Credit Suisse woes knock euro, sterling, Swiss Franc

2 weeks ago

masterus

First Republic Bank was cut to junk by S&P Global Ratings and Fitch Ratings amid concern that clients will pull holdings from the lender, even after U.S. regulators pledged support for the banking sector.

The California-based bank’s credit rating was lowered to BB+ from A-, and it remains on credit watch negative, according to an S&P statement Wednesday. Shortly after, Fitch cut the bank to BB from A-, a step below the S&P rating, and placed it on a negative rating watch.

2 weeks ago

stkoay

“With their abundance of liquidity, they have been comfortable trading within their own market, but now with high risks there, I think they have no choice but to start looking at Asia again,” Yee said in the firm’s virtual media briefing on Friday (March 17) regarding Malaysia's second-quarter market outlook.

“There will certainly be a realignment of their portfolios. Some foreign funds will look to diversify their portfolios, especially for the financial sector. I think they are selling Western banks to look at Asia banks which, I say, are more stable and better capitalised.”

https://www.theedgemarkets.com/node/659583

1 week ago

masterus

Stocks slide following Fed’s rate hike, Dow sheds more than 500 points: Live updates

1 week ago

DickyMe

Tomorrow, bloodbath!

3 days ago

masterus

If Fed and SNB bail out such troublesome bank, they need the central bank foreign reserves to be used. Mean central bank foreign reserves down. Mean??

3 days ago

masterus

Germany’s Deutsche Bank tumbles as jittery investors seek safer shores

3 days ago

masterus

Deutsche Bank, the NEXT !

3 days ago

masterus

There are several key ratios that can be used to assess the safety of a bank. These ratios are used by regulators, investors, and analysts to evaluate the financial health of a bank. Some of the key ratios include:

Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR): This ratio measures the amount of capital a bank holds as a percentage of its risk-weighted assets. A higher CAR indicates that a bank is better able to absorb losses and is therefore considered safer.

Liquidity Ratio: This ratio measures a bank's ability to meet its short-term obligations. It looks at the amount of liquid assets a bank holds, such as cash and government securities, as a percentage of its total deposits. A higher liquidity ratio indicates that a bank is better able to withstand short-term financial shocks.

Loan-to-Deposit Ratio (LDR): This ratio measures a bank's loans outstanding as a percentage of its deposits. A lower LDR indicates that a bank is lending out less of its deposits, which can be a sign of a more conservative lending strategy.
Non-Performing Loan Ratio (NPL Ratio): This ratio measures the percentage of a bank's loans that are not being repaid by borrowers. A lower NPL ratio indicates that a bank has fewer risky loans and is therefore considered safer.

Net Interest Margin (NIM): This ratio measures a bank's profitability by looking at the difference between the interest it earns on its loans and the interest it pays on its deposits. A higher NIM indicates that a bank is earning more on its assets and is therefore more profitable and potentially safer.

These ratios are just a few of the many metrics used to evaluate the safety of a bank. It's important to consider a variety of factors, including a bank's financial history, management team, and overall business strategy, when assessing its safety.

By Chat GPT

3 days ago

masterus

US Dollar Index fades two-day uptrend near 103.00, Fed’s preferred inflation, banking news eyed

US Dollar Index pares recent gains with mild losses amid cautious optimism, downbeat yields.
Fears of US recession, challenges to hawkish Fed concerns probe DXY bulls.
US Core PCE Price Index, risk catalysts are the key for fresh impulse.

2 days ago

masterus

He said in 2014 he had deposited money amounting to 250,000 Singapore Dollars as fixed deposit at UOB Bank Miri.

Upon maturity in 2016, the amount had accumulated to approximately RM800,000 in his bank account.

“However, when I was about to withdraw the money, I was told by the bank officer that all the money in my account had disappeared.

“I was also told that 22,700 Singapore Dollars was taken out of my account without my knowledge and approval,” he said.

Following that, Dr Teo lodged a police report in Miri and copies of the report were sent to the Parliament, Bank Negara Malaysia and the Ministry of Finance.

Teo was accompanied by counsel Sam Laya, who was representing Teo’s lawyer Abun Sui.

1 day ago

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