SSI Securities Joint Stock Company has just announced the results of its separate report and the consolidated report for the first quarter of 2022.
Accordingly, consolidated revenue and consolidated pre-tax profit in the first quarter of 2022 were recorded at VND 2,068.4 billion, up 36.2% and VND 883.3 billion, respectively, up 66.6% compared to the previous quarter. same period in 2021. Business segments all grew and made good contributions to overall revenue, in which securities services, capital trading and investment activities continued to be the areas that accounted for the largest proportion in the year. revenue structure.
Revenue from securities brokerage activities reached VND 599.5 billion in the first quarter, up 37% compared to the first quarter of 2021. Margin balance at the end of the quarter continued to remain at a high level, reaching VND 20,619 billion.
Revenue from margin lending and cash advance services was VND 566.4 billion, 2.3 times higher than the same period in 2021.
Investment activities recorded a revenue of VND 633.2 billion, contributing 30.6% of total consolidated revenue and growing by 5.6% compared to Q1/2021. The company continued to strengthen its source business with partners who are reputable credit institutions, flexibly and optimized capital sources, recorded revenue from Capital & Financial Business reaching 187.5 billion dong, contributing 9.1% of total revenue.
SSI has also announced the completion of disbursement of an unsecured loan contract from a group of foreign financial institutions worth USD 148 million.
This is the largest foreign mortgage contract that a Vietnamese securities company has approached to date.
Revenue from fund and investment portfolio management reached VND 42 billion, up 192% over the same period in 2021. Revenue from Investment Banking & other revenue reached VND 26.2 billion, up 44 .7%.
As of March 31, 2022, the Company has total assets of VND 50,081.4 billion, of which equity is VND 15,068 billion.
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