yes bank

yes bank

  • Submitted By: bs156
  • Date Submitted: 04/21/2015 9:37 AM
  • Category: Business
  • Words: 7983
  • Page: 32

´╗┐Yes Bank was incorporated as a Public Limited Company on November 21, 2003. Subsequently, on December 11, 2003, RBI was informed of the participation of three private equity investors namely {Citicorp International Finance Corporation, ChrysCapital II, LLC and AIF Capital Inc.), to achieve the financial closure of the Bank. RBI by their letter dated February 26, 2004 provided their no-objection to the participation of the three private equity investors namely Citicorp International Finance Corporation, ChrysCapital II, LLC and AIF Capital Inc. in the equity of the Bank at 10%, 7,5% and 7.5%, respectively, and also advised the Bank to infuse a sum of Rs. 2000 million as the paid up capital. Additionally, the RBI advised the Bank to submit an application for final approval after completion of all formalities for incorporation as a banking company and setting out the capital structure of the Bank as approved by RBI.

RBI by their letter dated December 29,2003 decided to further extending `In Principle' approval for a period up to February 29, 2004 to allow the Bank to complete all financial arrangements.

Yes Bank obtained its certificate of Commencement of Business on January 21, 2004. Subsequently, in March 2004, the Bank achieved the mobilization of the initial minimum paid up capital of Rs. 2,000 million. Further, the Promoters by their letter dated March 29, 2004 made a final application for a banking licence under Section 22 (1) of the Banking Regulation Act, 1949 providing complete details of the capital structure, the composition of Board of Directors, the proposed human resources, information technology, premises and legal-policies and the business and financial plan of the Bank.

RBI by their letter dated May 24, 2004, under Section 22 (1) of the Banking Regulation Act, 1949, granted us the licence to commence banking operations in India on certain terms and conditions including a term that 49.0% of our pre-Issue share capital held by the Promoters...

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