FBN Holdings PLC (FBNH)

Lagos
7.50
-0.05(-0.67%)
  • Volume:
    2,108,912
  • Bid/Ask:
    7.45/7.50
  • Day's Range:
    7.45 - 7.50
  • Type:Equity
  • Market:Nigeria
  • ISIN:NGFBNH000009

FBNH Overview

Prev. Close
7.5
Day's Range
7.45-7.5
Revenue
276.67B
Open
7.5
52 wk Range
4.5-9
EPS
1.52
Volume
2,108,912
Market Cap
269.21B
Dividend (Yield)
0.45
(5.07%)
Average Volume (3m)
15,680,034
P/E Ratio
6.04
Beta
1.76
1-Year Change
51.52%
Shares Outstanding
35,895,000,000
Next Earnings Date
28 Jul 2021
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FBN Holdings PLC Company Profile

FBN Holdings PLC Company Profile

Sector
Financial
Employees
8341
Market
Nigeria

FBN Holdings Plc is a financial holding company. The Company and its subsidiaries are engaged in the provision of commercial banking services, investment banking services, insurance business, other financial services, merchant banking and other equity investments. Its business units include Commercial Banking business group, Merchant Banking and Asset Management business group (MBAM), Insurance business group and Other Financial Services business group. The Commercial Banking business group provides both individual and corporate clients/customers with financial intermediation services. The MBAM provides asset management, markets and private equity services to corporations and governments' clientele, as well as merchant banking services. The Insurance business group segment includes insurance brokerage business and underwriting business. The Other Financial Services business group segment includes non-operating holding company and other non-banking financial services businesses.

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  • The reason is obviously the non performing loans in its balance sheet. It is excessively high at above 13%. Regulatory threshold is 5%. Another consideration is the considerable weakened internal capacity of the institution to generate net cash flow. This is dangerous particularly as capital is being eroded year on year due to loan loss provisions. Past performance is truly not important in investing decisions.
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    • First Bank has been one of the strongest bank in nigeria. Reason for its poor share performance is not really understood
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      • The unstable environment prevalent in Nigeria might be the principal cause.
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