HDFC has strengthened its steadiness sheet additional with current capital elevate (shoring up tier-1 to 19.5%) over and above provisioning buffer of two.64% of AUM and extra liquidity (at >5% of steadiness sheet). While motion from Morat 1.0 to Morat 2.0 has not been overwhelming (increased print at 16.6% for retail and 39% for non-retail) due to request-based disclosure method (not assortment effectivity), movement into restructuring will nonetheless be restricted. Similar to actions in Q4FY20, HDFC would possibly proactively want recognising non-Covid stress upfront (slightly than restructuring).
Disbursement developments m-o-m (>80% in July) recommend normalisation in a few months and begin of progress section submit Q3FY21. Factoring within the current capital elevate, we revise our EPS and BV upwards by 10%/1% and 12.7%/13.4%, respectively, for FY21e/FY22e. We preserve our stance of extra buffers (credit score price, liquidity, capital) and superior profile to help earnings traction and assist consolidate HDFC’s positioning amidst adversity. Maintain Buy with a revised SoTP-based goal value of Rs 2,423 (earlier: Rs 2,345).
Dissecting moratorium throughout sub-segments: The motion from Morat 1.0 (27% of total AUM) to Morat 2.0 (22.4% as of July) has not been overwhelming. Moratorium inside particular person loans was down to 16.6% from 22.6%. Of the non-retail portfolio constituting 26% of AUM, 39% is below moratorium. Within non-retail sub-segments, nearly 70% of developer loans, ~20% of company loans and 15% of LRD was below moratorium. As the corporate is disclosing proportion of moratorium requests, we aren’t anticipating any vital change in pattern from July (disclosed numbers) to August.
How a lot of moratorium can movement into restructuring: Based on buyer suggestions, of the retail moratorium clients, <15% have faced job losses or business closures. In non-retail,>70% have made half/full cost of curiosity throughout moratorium. Key monitorable could be the steadiness 30% (10% of non-retail representing 2.8% of AUM) who haven’t made any cost in any respect. Even within the worst case, assuming 15% of retail moratorium and 40% of non-retail moratorium clients search restructuring, the restructured pool would translate to ~6.5% of AUM, calling for an extra 65bps of provisioning.
Adequate provisioning buffer to cushion earnings volatility: HDFC has been utilising 30% of any windfall beneficial properties in constructing a contingency buffer. Thereby, it now has Rs 122 bn of provisioning reserves and >50% of it’s in the direction of the unrecognised stress pool. With this buffer, incremental provisioning requirement can be capped at 1.2%/0.8% over FY21e/FY22e.
Disbursements normalising to a big extent: There has been constant m-o-m enchancment in retail disbursements (June run-rate at 68% of final 12 months, July at 81%). The firm ought to report y-o-y progress submit Q3FY21. In the interim, for 1 / 4 or so, traction gained m-o-m can be offset by improved compensation run-rate submit Morat 2.0. We are constructing in mortgage progress of 9% by FY21-end and 14% for FY22.
Factoring in capital elevate into estimates: HDFC has not too long ago raised Rs140 bn by way of QIP by means of a mixture of fairness shares + NCD/warrants construction issuing 56.8mn shares at Rs 1,760/sh and 17mn warrants (convertible into fairness in three years at Rs 2,175). This has shored up its tier-1 capital by >320bps to 19.5%. Factoring this in, we revise our EPS upwards by 10%/1% for FY21e/FY22e.