Mindtree Q1 FY23 Result Update: Net Profit jumps 37% YoY to Rs. 472 crores.

Krishna Institute reported a net profit of Rs. 79 Cr.

Mindtree Q1 FY23 Result Update: Net Profit jumps 37% YoY to Rs. 472 crores.


On 13th July 2022, Mindtree reported 37.3% rise in the consolidated net profit on YoY basis for the June 2022 quarter. The net profit increased from Rs. 343 cr. to Rs. 471.6 cr. However, on quarterly basis the net profit slipped by 0.3% from Rs. 473.1 cr in the previous quarter. There is an increase in the revenue of 36.2% year-on-year to Rs 3,121.1 crore during April-June 2022. Revenue fell by 7.7% as against the March 2022 quarter with Rs. 2897.4 cr

In terms of dollars, the company reported a revenue of $399.3 million, a growth of 28.6% and 4%QoQ. Its net profit was $60.3 million, a jump of 29.7% y-o-y and a decline of 3.8% q-o-q. This was sixth consecutive quarter of more than 5% growth in constant currency.

The company’s highest revenue of 76.8% came from North America, followed by APAC and Middle East (8.6%), Continental Europe (7.9%), and the UK and Ireland (6.8%).

The communications, media, and tech contributed the highest to Mindtree’s revenue in Q1 with 44.1% of the overall revenue. Retail, CPG, and manufacturing contributed 19.8% and banking, financial services and insurance about 18.6%; travel & transportation and hospitality & healthcare contributed 15.4% and 2% respectively.


The company signed a contract of $570 million during the June quarter, the highest ever for the company.

The company’s EBIT margin is 21.1% compared to 18.9% QoQ and 17.7% YoY. Investments and cash stood at an all-time high of $500 million

For the June quarter, the attrition is 24.5%, up from 23.8% in the March quarter and higher than Q1 FY22 recorded at 13.7%. However, the EBITDA improved to 8.2% QoQ.


According to Debashis Chatterjee, chief executive officer and managing director of Mindtree, the company’s order book in the June quarter was the highest ever.

As of June 30, 2022, the company had 274 active clients.

The company has received no objection letter from the stock exchange for the merger of Mindtree and L&T Infotech. The merger is on the way to regulatory approvals. According to Debashis Chatterjee, the synergies between Mindtree and LTI are already producing results and this quarter has allowed them to win a large deal from a large European-based travel technology company.


On 13th July 2022, the shares of Mindtree closed at Rs. 2900.60. Next day the opening price was Rs. 2960. The stock hit an intraday high of Rs. 2961. Currently, the shares are trading at Rs. 2771, down by 129.80 points or by 4.55%.




















Indigo to “rationalise” salaries of technicians following mass sick leave.

Loan growth, higher margins, and lower costs to drive bank bottom lines in Q1.

NBFCs and HFCs securitization volumes almost doubled.

Related Posts