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Strategic Management

“YES BANK” Case Analysis

10/01/2014

Prepared by:
Harsh Vyas – 212011
Kali Prasad Pandey – 212013
K...
YES BANK, one of the new generation private
sector banks, was set up in India after reforms
were introduced in the banking...
 Banking reforms started in early 1990’s.
 The reforms in the financial sector were based upon the recommendations of
th...
Yes bank was promoted by Rana kapoor
and Ashok Kapur.
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The bank went public in June 2005.

YES BANK is the only Green...
Vision: To be recognized as the ‘Best Quality Bank of the World in India’ by
2015 and to evolve as the Professionals’ Bank...
Means: Trust, Growth, Technology,
Human Capital, Transparency and
Responsible Banking.
Ends: Objective of becoming the Bes...
Political factor:
 RBI’s 1991 monetary policy and control systems
 To enlist the confidence of global investors and Inte...
Socio Economic factor
 Tradition maharaja Pratha
 Change in Lifestyle
 Literacy Rate
 Population
Technological Factor
...
Strength
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




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Efficient Human capital
Top management very experienced.
High class technology
Client Knowledge da...
Once they identify a particular area, then they set up a specialized business
unit to create a viable business for the ban...
The success of yes bank can be attributed to its “Differentiating Strategy.”



The bank differentiated itself from other...


A unique method of acquiring customers and retaining them.



The knowledge banking approach was its main pillar of di...


The bank focused on providing the customer with specialized banking
service depending upon their requirement.



The b...
“We have made a calibrated decision to invest in the best IT systems and
practices in order to make its technology platfor...


Yes bank was founded with the aim of providing the world
class customer service to the customer using latest technology...


The bank entered into the strategic partnership with Gartner inc. to
formulate and implement the bank IT policy.



Pr...
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Maintaining centralized database and centralized processing for speedy
retrieval of data.



Connectivity with custome...
Yes Bank ---Employees are strategic asset for long term competitive asset.
Main objective


To emerge as one of the best ...


Yes entrepreneur in action  Take break from regular work to focus
on project of his/her interest to achieve individual ...


Yes Mentor : Assigning a senior and dynamic employee as a mentor to
new employee

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Yes school of banking : To create ...
Value Chain for a Differentiation Strategy of Yes Bank
Firm Infrastructure – Money Monitor, Mobile payments, Two-factor
au...
Yes Bank has positioned itself as a bank which gives higher standard of
services through product innovation for the divers...
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Using TOWS matrix to generate alternative strategies
Strength
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Efficient Human capital
Top management very experienced.
High class technology
Client Knowledge da...
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Grown at a tremendous pace.

http://jainmatrix.com/2012/09/14/yes-bank/
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The Bank differentiated itself from other players through
 Unique “knowledge banking‘ approach”
 Emphasis of high end...
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Yes, the Business strategy implied by Yes Bank was a runaway
success.

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Unrelenting efforts to provide world class se...
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December 2006 the bank rated as third best private bank
in India by business world

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Ranked second best private bank ...
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http://www.yesbank.in/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yes_Bank
http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2013-1...
Thank you

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  1. 1. Strategic Management “YES BANK” Case Analysis 10/01/2014 Prepared by: Harsh Vyas – 212011 Kali Prasad Pandey – 212013 Kavita Kharayat – 212016 Kunal Nagpal – 212017 Manish Sisodia – 212018
  2. 2. YES BANK, one of the new generation private sector banks, was set up in India after reforms were introduced in the banking sector in the 1990s. Yes Bank entered the market in late 2004 when the banking space in India was already overcrowded with a number of public sector banks, private sector banks, and co-operative banks. Foreign multinational banks, which were growth-constrained, were also waiting eagerly for the sector to open up further in 2009 to make a major foray into this emerging market. However, despite being a late entrant, Yes Bank drew the attention of its competitors and analysts by the speed at which it grew and by increasing its operations throughout the country. 2
  3. 3.  Banking reforms started in early 1990’s.  The reforms in the financial sector were based upon the recommendations of the Narsimhan committee.  India was dominated by the public sector banks which nearly had 83 % of the banking business.  Reforms like deregulation of interest rates, better disclosure norms, debt recovery tribunals, and new private sector banks were set up.  The second phase reforms took place in 2009 which included reducing NPA to 3%, extending credit facilities to rural areas, reducing higher rates of interest and giving more importance to priority lending sectors etc. 3
  4. 4. Yes bank was promoted by Rana kapoor and Ashok Kapur.   The bank went public in June 2005. YES BANK is the only Greenfield license awarded by the RBI in the last 15 years.  4
  5. 5. Vision: To be recognized as the ‘Best Quality Bank of the World in India’ by 2015 and to evolve as the Professionals’ Bank of India Mission: To establish a high quality, customer centric, service driven, private Indian Bank catering to the ‘Future Businesses of India’. The Version 2.0 launched in April 2010 aims to achieve the following by March 2015: 5
  6. 6. Means: Trust, Growth, Technology, Human Capital, Transparency and Responsible Banking. Ends: Objective of becoming the Best Quality Bank of the World in India. The foundation of this strategy lies in the name "YES", which underlines the twin ethos of service and trust and the promise to deliver a truly delightful and unprecedented Banking experience to all customers. 6
  7. 7. Political factor:  RBI’s 1991 monetary policy and control systems  To enlist the confidence of global investors and International market players  Number of legislative changes to enable competitive banking systems Economical factor  Economic Fluctuation -Delay in Indian Vision of 2020  Every year RBI declares its 6 monthly policies  If FDI limits are relaxed then more FDI are brought in India through Banking channels 7
  8. 8. Socio Economic factor  Tradition maharaja Pratha  Change in Lifestyle  Literacy Rate  Population Technological Factor  Foreign banking sectors entered in Indian market witb asserting the technological based approach  ATM Machines  Credit Card Policies  IT services and Mobile Banking 8
  9. 9. Strength        Efficient Human capital Top management very experienced. High class technology Client Knowledge database Advanced risk management systems Pioneer in usage of internet services Ability to raise funds easily because of foreign shareholding Opportunities    Building new client relationships Expanding the advisory and Customized services offered to clients, investors, and banks Other competitor like ICICI bank has Primarily targets upper middle class and upper class of the society. Expanding business to the middle and lower income groups 9
  10. 10. Once they identify a particular area, then they set up a specialized business unit to create a viable business for the bank. Porters Generic Strategies 10
  11. 11. The success of yes bank can be attributed to its “Differentiating Strategy.”  The bank differentiated itself from other players in the industry through its on three basic parameters. • Knowledge banking approach • Emphasis on technology • Human resource 11
  12. 12.  A unique method of acquiring customers and retaining them.  The knowledge banking approach was its main pillar of differentiation and using it provided specialized service to various sunrise industries through domain expert.  Yes bank decided to follow an innovative approach to break into the heavily cluttered Indian commercial banking system.  The bank provides specialized service to the emerging sectors of the economy through better understanding of its clients business and industry. 12
  13. 13.  The bank focused on providing the customer with specialized banking service depending upon their requirement.  The bank identified some sectors of economy which had growth prospect:• Food and Agribusiness • Life Sciences • Telecom • IT • Media and Entertainment • Infrastructure 13
  14. 14. “We have made a calibrated decision to invest in the best IT systems and practices in order to make its technology platform a strategic business tool for building a competitive advantages” Srikrishan H ( Executive director)  14
  15. 15.  Yes bank was founded with the aim of providing the world class customer service to the customer using latest technology in the industry.  The bank consider technology as a strategic tool to differentiate itself from other banks. • Corporate internet banking • ATMs • Mobile banking • Phone banking 15
  16. 16.  The bank entered into the strategic partnership with Gartner inc. to formulate and implement the bank IT policy.  Price Water House Coopers to facilitate the confirmation of policies and process with ISO and six sigma norms.  It believed in outsourcing those activities that are not part of its core competencies.  It entered into a total outsourcing deal with Wipro Infotech in Dec 2004.  Achieving a high level of efficiency through the automation of operations. 16
  17. 17.  Maintaining centralized database and centralized processing for speedy retrieval of data.  Connectivity with customers and external agencies to provide a consistent experience at various “touch-points”.  Using the best systems for seamless integration of front, middle, and back offices.   Adopting the best inspection and security system to provide a better comfort zone for customers of bank systems.  Using real-time environment for good disastrous recovery process and back-up systems.  Wireless advances. 17
  18. 18. Yes Bank ---Employees are strategic asset for long term competitive asset. Main objective  To emerge as one of the best employers in the country & as most preferred recruiter in the banking sector.  Higher pay for Retention of talented employees.  Performance management process.  Synergy at work. 18
  19. 19.  Yes entrepreneur in action  Take break from regular work to focus on project of his/her interest to achieve individual goal.  Yes-Professional Entrepreneurship Program (YPEP) • Talent management initiative. • Talented middle & upper management for strategic initiative.  Yes-retail Entrepreneurship programme (YR EP) • To beat cutting edge skills of latest development to meet future needs. 19
  20. 20.  Yes Mentor : Assigning a senior and dynamic employee as a mentor to new employee  Yes school of banking : To create a center of excellence for providing training in banking & other financial services in the banking .  Yes University and school Relations: Recruitment of meritorious students from university campuses. Offering internship to the students. 20
  21. 21. Value Chain for a Differentiation Strategy of Yes Bank Firm Infrastructure – Money Monitor, Mobile payments, Two-factor authentication, Mobile Banking , RFID, speech enabled IVR IN RG MA Human Resources: Higher pay, Performance Management Process, Synergy at work, Yes entrepreneur in action, YPEP, YREP, Yes Mentor Yes School of Banking, Yes University and School Relations Technology: Outsourcing ATMs, Mobile Banking, Phone Banking, Partnership for IT Policy, SIX Sigma Norms, Automation of Operations Operations Faster turn around time. Dedicated trade Technology desk for handling trade High Skilled transactions Human capital Specialized advisory team for catering to SME Outbound Logistics •high quality customer service. Marketing & Sales Knowledge Banking • Customized. Products Less advertising focus . • asset quality through disciplined credit risk management. and address inefficiencies in the Indian financial sector. Service Knowledge Banking Sophisticated & delighted customer service. MA RG IN Inbound Logistics Customer Database
  22. 22. Yes Bank has positioned itself as a bank which gives higher standard of services through product innovation for the diverse need of individual & corporate clients. So they want to highlight following points in their positioning segment :  Customer centric  Service oriented  Product innovation
  23. 23.  Using TOWS matrix to generate alternative strategies
  24. 24. Strength        Efficient Human capital Top management very experienced. High class technology Client Knowledge database Advanced risk management systems Pioneer in usage of internet services Ability to raise funds easily because of foreign shareholding Opportunities    Building new client relationships Expanding the advisory and Customized services offered to clients, investors, and banks Other competitor like ICICI bank has Primarily targets upper middle class and upper class of the society. Expanding business to the middle and lower income groups 24
  25. 25.  Grown at a tremendous pace. http://jainmatrix.com/2012/09/14/yes-bank/ 25
  26. 26.  The Bank differentiated itself from other players through  Unique “knowledge banking‘ approach”  Emphasis of high end technology to provide innovative solutions  Highly qualified human resources.  Rather than expanding very quickly, the bank focused on the niche segments of the customers  The bank catered to a niche segment which helped it to avoid price competition  Overall, it aimed at establishing itself as knowledge based and technology driven bank that would cater to the needs of emerging Indian economy 26
  27. 27.  Yes, the Business strategy implied by Yes Bank was a runaway success.  Unrelenting efforts to provide world class service coupled with steadfast maintenance of operational standards were the prime reasons for bank’s phenomenal growth.  The growth was even impressive considering it came at a time when the banking sector was on the verge of consolidation phase 27
  28. 28.  December 2006 the bank rated as third best private bank in India by business world  Ranked second best private bank in financial express Ernst & young survey of India’s best for the year 2006.  YES BANK has recently become the first Indian Bank to become a signatory to the United Nations Global Compact 28
  29. 29.     http://www.yesbank.in/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yes_Bank http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2013-1023/news/43326592_1_credit-growth-rajat-monga-profit-growth http://jainmatrix.com/2012/09/14/yes-bank/ 29
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