yes bank share price

Rana Kapoor and Ashok Kapur established Yes Bank in 2004, with an initial emphasis on corporate banking.

Yes Bank rose from being India's fifth-largest private sector bank by market capitalization in less than ten years.

Due to bad credit exposure and managerial problems in 2019, Yes Bank experienced severe financial strain, necessitating an RBI bailout.

Extreme volatility in the bank's share price has been caused by both regulatory actions and market sentiment.

Yes Bank's market capitalization peaked in 2018 at around ₹1.5 trillion, indicating optimism among investors.

In 2020, the RBI stepped in to restructure Yes Bank, safeguarding depositors and maintaining stability in the financial system.

The share price of Yes Bank is still rising as of [date], notwithstanding cautious investor attitude.

Following the departure of Rana Kapoor, Prashant Kumar assumed the role of CEO and MD, leading the bank through a restructure.

Yes Bank operates throughout the world, including in the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom, and Canada.