Yes Bank open to inorganic opportunities for growth – Times of India


MUMBAI: Yes Bank sees itself as a possible acquirer and never a takeover goal. The financial institution, which proposes to lift Rs 10,000 crore of capital, has stated that it’s going to develop 15% and acquire additional market share.
“After cleansing up the financial institution, we wish to be a really robust participant. Throughout our journey, if we see any inorganic progress we are going to take a look at it,” stated Prashant Kumar, MD & CEO, Sure Financial institution, addressing analysts.
In response to Kumar, the financial institution sees itself as a franchise that’s extraordinarily robust on the digital facet, with certainly one of three digital transactions in India being processed via the financial institution.
“It is a platform which may develop and reward the investor. Regardless of the big fairness, we’re greatest positioned by way of the potential for upside. We now have already demonstrated this with the capital we raised in 2020,” stated Kumar.
He added that though the financial institution’s 11.6% frequent fairness tier I capital is sufficient to meet mortgage progress necessities this yr, the financial institution goals to lift extra as a buffer given the uncertainties and meet future progress necessities.
Kumar stated that the financial institution expects to finalise a associate and put in place an asset reconstruction firm (ARC) within the first quarter of the present monetary yr.


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