Cipla to raise Rs 3,000 crore, Q4 net miss street forecasts

Cipla to raise Rs 3,000 crore, Q4 net miss street forecasts

Cipla to raise Rs 3,000 crore, Q4 net miss street forecasts


Biggest Pharmaceuticals Cipla missed Street forecasts and reported that consolidated net profit for the March quarter dropped 33.32% over one year (YoY) at Rs 238.49 crore. 

In the same quarter of one year ago, it made a net profit of Rs 357.68 crore. Some report predicts the Rs 355 crore net profit.

The company ‘s income from the firm decreased to Rs 4,376.19 crore in the quarter from Rs 4,403.98 crore. Cipla recently collaborated with Gilead Sciences for the development and distribution of Remdesivir research medicine for the care of patients with Covid-19 on approval. 

Cipla’s Q4 earnings:

Fundraising plan

It said that by issuing shareholdings, a receipt for the deposit, or approval bonds, it will raise to Rs 3,000 crore. 

Management commentary

“Throughout the quarter, our economic sectors continued to show strong growth momentum,” Umang Vohra, MD, and CEO of Cipla said.

“The USFDA approval for Albuterol MDI and successful completion of Phase 3 generic Advair Diskus clinical trial have improved our respiratory capabilities in the US market, and furthered our ambitions to become the world’s leading leaders.” He added in a statement.

Margin hit

The business said that its Ebitda margin was about 15%, which was influenced by a cutoff linked to COVID with 200 bps. Previous Year margin 21.8%.

India business

The Rx company grew Year-on-Year by 12%, with a three-quarter consecutive rise in the industry. Meanwhile, the Gx trade boosts positively with its second consecutive quarter of rising.

South Africa business

In local currency, the overall company achieved 10% Year-on-Year growth; private enterprise continues to substantially outsource the sector, the firm said in a statement.

US business

Cipla announced $118 million after IP-enabled chance standardization. In addition, Sales in North America fell to Rs 853 crore by 25%.

Research & Development

R&D investments of the company represent 7.1% of the sales at Rs 311 crores.


At the end of the March quarter, the company’s debt Rs 2,816 crore. 34.75% less than Rs 4,316 crore a year earlier.

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