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Title: HDFC Bank Ltd

HDFC Bank Ltd
  • Presentation
  • on
  • Healthcare Business/Opportunities

  • Overview on Healthcare Industry
  • To estimate healthcare growth and funding

India Demographics
  • Total Population 1.15 Billion
  • National Gross Domestic Product 1.2 (Trillion
  • Health care per capita spend at USD 94
  • 1.04 beds per 1000 population

Update on Healthcare Industry in India
  • Estimates Fuelling Growth-
  • Projected size by 2012 USD 75 -85 Bn
  • 15,000 Hospitals addition by 2012
  • 3,31,082 hospital beds by 2012
  • 6,60,801 doctors by 2012
  • 170 New Medical colleges
  • 24,000 retail chemist outlets
  • Current Scenario-
  • Estd Current mkt size USD 40 Bn
  • 30,000 hospitals approx
  • 11,78,576 beds
  • 50,00,000 doctors
  • 229 Medical colleges
  • 3,50,000 retail chemist outlets

Healthcare market Concentration
Public Spending
  • Government Investments Allocation of resources
    is just 0.87 of GDP
  • Mostly preventive promotive plans like Family
    planning, AIDS etc
  • Public spending is Rs. 31,700 Cr - 17.3 of total
  • Public financing of Healthcare
  • - 80 from State Govt. budgets
  • - 12 from Union Govt.
  • - 8 from Local Govt. bodies.
  • Social insurance supports 55 million users
    spending close to Rs.3000 cr
  • Fiscal deficit of close 10 to 11 in both
    Central State finance to limit
    healthcare investments and spend in future.

Private Health Sector
  • Uncontrolled, Rapid development of an unregulated
    growth mostly unorganized.
  • Private healthcare main stay in curative health
  • Private Spending is 82.7 of health care spend in
    India at Rs.1,51,548 Cr.
  • Private financing is mostly out of pocket funded
    out of savings, debt and
  • sale of assets.
  • Private sector contribute
  • 67 of total number of 30,000 hospitals
  • 33 of total Number of 1Million beds
  • 60 of 5 million doctors.
  • Capacity utilisation is over 80 among pvt
    sector, ample scope for rapid
  • expansion of Hospitals.
  • Private insurance spending in health care is
    just at less than 1 for 11 million users.

Healthcare Industry Growth Prospects
  • Expansion of hospitals both organic inorganic
  • Expansion in Tier I II towns by large corporate
    for OPD expansion to act as feeding points for
    tertiary hospitals
  • Setting up of specialised wellness centers in
    terms of Chain of Dialysis Clinic (Apollo
    /Trivitron), Oncology centers Cyberknife /
    Linear Accelerators, Eye care day center with
    Laser and modern equipments for instance, Vasan
    eye care has opened 40 such centers across South
  • Consolidation of Diagnostic / Pharmacy retailing
  • Hospitals expanding value chain relating to their
    Diagnostic / pathological labs and pharmacy
  • Most super speciality hospitals are operating at
    a capacity utilisation of 75-80, with a per bed
    revenue of Rs.25-30 lacs , hence are expanding
    their bed capacity by more than 150 with their
    existing infrastructure.

Chronic Ailments on increasing trend
  • Cardiovascular, oncology and diabetes put
    together accounts for 13 of the reported cases
    as at 2007.
  • It is opined that the incidence of these 3
    ailments is expected to increase significantly in
    future on account of
  • - changes in diatery habits
  • - a more sedentary lifestyle adopted by people.
  • As per market estimation, these 3 ailments are
    expected to be a contributing factor at 16.7 and
    19.4 resp. of the total hospitalised cases in
    2012 and 2017.
  • Apparently, the age group of 15-44 years are
    prone to fall to these ailments which is the
    major chunk of our age demographic
    classification, avg to 48 of the total

Key Factors influencing Healthcare Growth in India
  • Recently enacted tariff and non-tariff measures
    by the Government.
  • Reduction in import duty on medical equipment
    from 25 to 5
  • Depreciation limit on such equipments raised upto
    40 from 25 to encourage imports.
  • Custom duty reduced to 8 from 16 for medical,
    surgical, dental and Veterinary furniture.
  • Tax exemption under sec 80 1 B for the first 5
    yrs to the hospitals ( with 100 beds or more )
    set up in rural areas
  • Launch of new group insurance scheme thru public
    sector non life insurance companies.

Key Demand Drivers
  • Growing middle class from current 38 to around
    50 by 2010-11
  • Rapid urbanisation
  • Growth in Tier I II towns due to tax holidays.
  • Steep growth in health insurance particularly
    private insurance
  • Funding constraints not a problem any more
  • Medical tourism
  • Chronic ailments on the increase
  • Changing life styles

Bank Credit to Healthcare
  • Total Bank Credit Outstanding Estimated Rs.
    40,000 - Rs 50,000 Crs including funding to
    Doctors/ Pharmacies / Medical colleges etc.,
  • Share of Health Care - To industry credit -
    approx 2
  • P/E Investments deployed so far - USD 0.6
  • Quantum of Medical Equipment funding by Banks
    and NBFCs - Rs. 1750 cr. To Rs. 2000 cr.
  • Scope for scaling up Medical Equipment Funding -
    an Issue

Funding Pattern and Potential lending Opportunity
for Banks / FIs
  • Overall Investment in the Next 5 Yrs
  • USD 24 Bn to 30 Bn (Rs. 1.20 lac crs to Rs. 1.50
  • Current Spending Pattern

Pvt Spending 82.7 Rs.99600 Crs
Govt Spending -17.3 Rs.20400 Crs
Distribution of funds - Segmentwise
Total Debt of Rs.20033 crs Per Annum
Manufacturers Traders Rs.8500 Crs
Hospitals /Diagnostic Centres Rs.11533Crs
Importers Distributors
Wholesaler of Medicines
Equipment Manufacturers
Eqpmt. Finanace
Software Solution Providers
Formulation bulk Drug Manufacturer
Capex Projections Healthcare
  • Estimated investment next 5 yrs - Rs. 1,20,000
    crs to Rs. 1,50,000 cr
  • Segment-wise break up of capex debt per annum is
    detailed below

Hospital Infra - Funding
  • About 56 of the Hospital capex in multi
    speciality is on imports. Typical capex in such
    hospital is as underDepartmental Building
    / civil infra 40Specific equipments 18Imagin
    g equipments 16Furniture / IT 13Elecl /
    Mechanical 6Pathology lab 5Clinical
    instruments 2

Hospital Bed counts / Proj. Investment
Pharmacy Funding
  • No of Pharmacies 3,25,000 units
  • Industry Size/sales Rs. 1,19,000 cr
  • No of Captive units _at_ 30 97,500
  • Margin 15 to 20
  • Store size 200 sq ft
  • No of Community units _at_70 2,27,500
  • Margin 25 to 30
  • Store Size 400 sq ft
  • Most of the stores are on ownership basis, It is
    estimated that close to Rs. 5000 cr would be the
    home / store loan for this sector
  • Total loan including WC / TL will be
    approximately Rs. 15,000 cr.
  • Growing at a rate of 20

Medical equipment overview / concentration
  • Total Market Size Rs. 12000 crs

Medical equipments Rs. 5000 crs
Lab equipments Rs. 2500 crs
Medical Devices Rs. 2500 crs
Consumables Rs. 2000 crs
  • Entry of Global players on JV tie-up
  • Recently the following JVs have been established
    in India
  • Parkway group of Singapore With Apollo chain of
  • Aloka - Japanese Tied-up with Trivitron group for
    mfg of medical equipments
  • Bio-systems - Spanish company setting up mfg unit
    at Chennai
  • Though India is considered a favourable mfg hub
    by globally estd players for advantages of low
    production cost, SEZ benefits etc., future JV
    partnership are dependent on favourable Govt
    policies which is being represented by the

Medical Devices - Funding
Way Forward
  • Land building cost are up to 45 to 65 of
    capex cost of hospitals, Hospitals can look at
    investors to fund the same so as to reduce
    capital cost per bed and reduce break even period
    to less than 18 months.
  • Expensive medical equipment like MRI, Cyber knife
    etc will also be invested by specialised
    companies / Investors on a referral / commission
    basis in the hospital premises there by reducing
    Capex cost.
  • Consolidation of highly fragmented secondary
    practice, particularly in Tier II III towns
    rich in OPD acting as for tertiary hospitals.
    Couple of successful models working well in
  • Debt servicing to improve with Industry becoming
    more organised.
  • Government spending to increase ( target to
    achieve 3 of GDP by end of 11th plan.
  • High FDI , Easier access to international
    funding, P/E, NRI investments ( reversal of
    brain drain )
  • Financial institution becoming very aggressive,
    higher bank credit flows in recession to rapidly
    push growth in health care perceived to be
    recession free.
  • Public Private partnership with state government
    allotting land at conccessional rates
    management of primary secondary health care
    units by private sector.

  • Large portion of the Pvt sector health care
    segment is unorganised
  • Highly fragmented
  • Expanding reach accessibility in rural India.
  • Lower GDP growth
  • Insurance penetration very poor.

HDFC Bank - Synopsis
  • Largest product offering Whole sales, retail,
    treasury and advisory
  • Most diverse client base including Pvt sector,
    PSUs, MNC companies
  • Largest branch network among private banks Over
    1412 branches , 3200 ATMs, in over 530 locations
  • Low cost of funds cost of operations across
  • Capital adequacy comfortable at 13.7
  • Net NPA one of the least at 0.6
  • Balance sheet size at approx Rs, 1,90,000 cr.
  • All Processing on line , real-time
  • All Branches Inter-connected
  • Centralised database - anywhere and any time
  • State of the art system and technology

Over view of HDFC banks Health care business
  • HDFC bank offers total solution to the entire
    gamut of healthcare segment viz. Hospitals,
    Medical Equipment, Pharmacy , Medical Colleges,
  • Large credit appetite and well positioned to
    cater to the specific need of the health care
  • We offer all the funding options as mentioned
    below under one roof
  • Working capital
  • Term loans for Capex
  • Equipment Funding
  • Securitisation of receivables
  • Store expansion funding for retailers
  • Funding for Doctors
  • Private Banking
  • Trade Finance for Medical Equipment Vendors /
  • Merchant banking services