The mortgage lender posted an after-tax profit of Sh995.2 million up from Sh743.3 million in 2012.
The group subsidiaries,
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HF will pay a dividend of Sh1.75 per share up from Sh1.40.
The lender's loan book grew to Sh35.2 billion up from Sh30.3 billion resulting in a seven per cent increase in interest income to Sh5.4 billion.
Customer deposits increased by Sh3.6 billion to Sh26.5 but drop in saving rates saw the interest expenses decline to Sh2.9 billion from Sh3.1 billion.
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