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India Post Payments Bank Profit Streak: 66.12% Growth In Overall Revenue, Rs 20.16 Crore Profit In FY 2022-23

India Post Payments Bank announced 66.12% growth in overall revenue of Rs 20.16 Crore profit during the financial year 2022-23.

Vivek Singh
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Representative Image (Photo Courtesy: facebook.com)

India Post Payments Bank (IPPB) has demonstrated ongoing profitability and commitment to financial inclusivity. Following a successful first year, the bank remains profitable in the current fiscal quarter, aligning with the Digital India initiative and extending financial access to remote areas. Since its start, IPPB has swiftly expanded from pilot branches in Ranchi and Raipur in 2017, establishing itself as a significant player in grassroots banking services.

In the fiscal year 2022-23, IPPB proudly announces a significant operational profit of Rs. 20.16 Crore, driven by an impressive 66.12% increase in total revenue, surpassing a 17.36% rise in operating costs, highlighting the efficacy of their customer-centric and cost-efficient banking approach. J Venkatramu, MD & CEO, attributes this success to the combined efforts of the team, stakeholders, and the trust of their vast customer base of over seven crore individuals. He emphasizes the impact of initiatives like Jan Dhan, Aadhaar, India Stack, and regulatory measures in fostering financial inclusion and driving IPPB's success, alongside the importance of sound financial management and regulatory backing in facilitating growth in customers and products.

IPPB has emerged as a premier bank for accessible, affordable, and trustworthy banking for unbanked and underbanked individuals in India, facilitated by the vast World's Largest Postal Network of 1,55,000 Post Offices (1,35,000 in rural areas) and supported by 3,00,000 postal employees, bolstered by the country's Digital Public Infrastructure.

This has led to the creation of a nationwide PHYGITAL Banking Service platform, addressing areas where traditional banking struggled due to barriers. The journey towards a profitable purpose has been a collaborative effort, with recognition of the contributions of Postmen/Gramin Dak Sevaks. IPPB is dedicated to financial well-being, introducing services like loan referrals, affordable health and accident insurance, Digital Life Certificates, and citizen services like Aadhaar updates and Aadhaar-based banking transactions. Initiatives like 'Niveshak Didi' have even transcended borders, providing financial literacy to women beneficiaries worldwide, and establishing a foundation for an empowered India.0

Looking ahead, IPPB has set its sights on transforming into a Universal Service platform, effectively bridging the accessibility gaps at the last mile using Digital Public Infrastructure.

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