Wema Bank sales, operating profit, profit before tax and profit after tax decreased in the last year
– The financial institution was badly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, which is reflected in the reduced revenue.
– Wema Bank recorded a shortage of N13.51 billion last year despite declining revenues of N81.38 billion
Wema Bank’s profits for 2020 as a whole decreased compared to the corresponding period of 2019. The company’s financial statements for the past year have shown this.
The lender’s revenue decreased to N 81.38 billion in 2020, not exceeding the N 94.89 billion that Wema Bank had generated N 94.89 billion in the same period of 2019 This showed a shortage of N 13.51 billion last year.
The interest income of the financial institutions also decreased in the reporting period. It could not surpass the Wema Bank of N 70.68 billion recorded two years ago after reaching N 64.55 billion in 2020.
Interest expenses followed theirs last year End of the same path in 2020 with N 33.70 billion compared to N 44.69 billion, which the lender had reported as interest expense in the corresponding period of 2019.
The operating result was also down in 2020 as a whole At the end of December 2020, the value was N 42.04 billion and thus below the value of N 44.06 billion recorded by Wema Bank in 2019.
The decline did not let up The lender’s after-tax profit was N 6.70 billion in 2019, but fell to N 5.93 billion for the full year 2020 between January and December.
Profit After-tax value also declined last year after ending at N 4.57 billion, below the N 5.1 billion the company had n had reported in the corresponding period of 2019.
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