The firm reported losses of 1.33 rupees per share for the quarter. In the full year to March 2012 the firm lost 1.23 rupees per share on total losses of 196 million rupees.
Interest income for the March quarter was flat at 499.7 million rupees from 500 million rupees a year earlier, while interest expense fell 20 percent to 605 million rupees, but net interest income also fell 60 percent to 105 million rupees.
The Finance accounts showed investments in real estate down to 1.9 billion rupees by end March 2012, from a year earlier, though several lines of cashflow generating business were up.
Hire purchase loans were up to 3.7 billion rupees from 2.6 billion rupees and pawning (loans against gold) were up sharply to 1.0 billion rupees from 388 million rupees a year earlier.
There were also 86 million rupees of provision reversals.
Other income also fell in 2012, with a 69 million rupee negative amount, compared to a 115 million rupee gain last year.
Unspecified other operating expenses at 31 million rupees were down from 1.8 billion rupees last year, which were due to one-off adjustments.
The Finance ran into a controversy, after some shareholders who including directors attempted to dump their stock on state-run National Savings Bank, which was thwarted by Treasury Secretary P B Jayasundera.