2011Q1 results of banking market dominating trio  
Khanbank(private,40% owned by Sawada Holdings and 13% by HS International, in 2008 has hired ING for 300M USD global medium term notes),
Golomt Bank(private, Board of Governors – D.Baysgalan,L.Boldkhuyag and M.Zorigt, may go public abroad in 2012, for example in HK,secured 30M USD convertible loan from a UAE fund recently)  
TDB (private, controlled by Central Asia Mining LLC and D.Erdenebileg, issued USD150M three year Senior Notes on October 18, 2010 and USD25M of five year subordinated notes with conversion option to be approved by TDB, advised by ING)
Strong Profitability Indicators Continue
·      Khan’s 2011Q1 interest and similar income 46B MNT(38M USD),29% of 2010 interest income, Golomt 32B MNT(27M USD), up 29% yoy and also 29% of 2010 interest income,TDB’s interest income 26B MNT(21M USD) up 35% yoy and also again 29% of 2010 interest income.
In the sharply rebounding economy, profitability of the banks continues both yoy and qoq with continued more good loans and interestingly,all three banks have already eaxtly same 29% of their interest income performace in 2010. Khanbank’s income is still 14B MNT(12M USD) away from No.2 Golomt, perhaps to due the size
In Khan’s case number of customers increased by 43% qoq  and number of borrowers increased by 7% while number of branches and employees is virtually the same
·      Khan’s gross fees, commissions and other operating income 4B MNT(3.5M USD),36% of 2010, Golomt’s non-interest income 7B MNT(5.6M USD)up 32% yoy and 46% of 2010, TDB’s non-interest income 10B MNT( 8.6M USD)up 179% yoy and 54% of 2010
Banks’s fee, commission, etc. non-interest business is contining to grow well, in TDB’s case for some reason with exceptional robustness approaching tripling 2010Q1 result, more and more people are using banks and bank’s branching, etc customer outreach strategies seem to continue to paying off.
·      Khan’s after tax net profit 11.6B MNT(9.7M USD), 38% of 2010, Golomt -7B MNT(5.9M USD)up 37% yoy and 35% of 2010,TDB’s profit before tax – 7.3B MNT(6.1M USD)up 91% yoy and 29% of 2010.
·      Khan’s capital adequacy ratio is 15.08,Golomt’s is 13.44%,TDB’s 13.09%
·      In overall picture of the trio doing very well, TDB’s 2011Q1 before tax profit almost doubled yoy due to oversized other income in the quarter which almost tripled yoy.
Balance Sheet Indicators
Robust asset growth
·      Khan’s total assets are up 13% qoq to 1.75T MNT(1.46B USD),including 196B MNT of cash and balance with central bank, 275B MNT due from banks and 0.52B MNT of financial investments – available for sale, and 349B MNT of financial investments held for maturity
·      Golomt’s assets 1.59T MNT(1.33B USD),up 57% yoy and up 1.3%, including 167B MNT of cash and cash equivalents including 133B of current accounts with Bank of Mongolia , 325B MNT of investment in securities, including 312B MNT of Bank of Mongolia T-bills and 126B MNT of foreign assets,867B MNT of loans and advances
·      TDB’s Assets 1.4 trillion MNT(1.22B USD) up 99 % yoy including 650B MNT of loans and advances,340B MNT securities/net/,332BMNT of cash and cash equivalents
Banks’ asset growth seems to be strong and in case of TDB assets doubled yoy primarily due to robust growth in cash and cash equivalents, securities/net/, Mongolbank bills and other assets/net/.
Liabilities growth
·      Khan’s total liabilities increased by 13.5% qoq to 1.59T MNT(1.33B USD)
·      Golomt’s total liabilities increased by 57% yoy and 1% qoq to 1.46T MNT (1.22B USD)
·      TDB’s liabilities increased by 101% yoy and by 5.1% qoq to 1.28T MNT(1.07B USD)
Strong Equity growth
·      Khan’s capital increased  by 6.9 % qoq to 159B MNT (133M USD) including 13B MNT of ordinary shares, 14B MNT of  share premium, 492M MNT of revaluation surplus,121M MNT of other reserves and 105.5B MNT of retained profits and 26.35B MNT of subordinated debt.
·      Golomt’s total equity is 133B MNT(111M USD),up 63% yoy and 4% qoq including 22B MNT of share capital,62B MNT of profit before years,27B MNT of current profit and 42B MNT of reserve funds.
·      TDB’s total equity is 125B MNT(105B USD)up 76.8% yoy and 4.8% qoq, including 6.6B MNT of commom stock,7.4B MNT of additional paid-in capital,(6B MNT)Treasury shares,13.8B MNT reserve fund, 7.3B MNT of profit of current year, 66B MNT retained earnings and 28B MNT of subordinated term debt.
·      In sharply rebounding economy it appears that by robust growth indicators in 2010 and 2011Q1 the banks are displaying scalability of their business model and management’s effective handle on execution.
·      Economies of scale and increasing costs of competition in limited domestic market would stimulate need to M&A and consolidation within the industry
·      Prospects for possible IPO as well as debt issuance by banks look positive.