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Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Yes Bank Ltd:-Say yes to Yes Bank

Scripscan:Yes Bank Ltd
cmp:50
Traded in:Nse-bse

Story:Yes Bank is a private sector bankfocused heavily on corporate banking. The bank, which came out with its initial public offer (IPO) in ’05, is in a high growth phase.Its balance sheet size has recorded a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of more than 130% in the past three years. The bank is expanding the network of its retail branches to tap cheaper current account and savings account (CASA) deposits and also plans to enter other lines of businesses. Investors can consider exposure in the stock with a two-year horizon.

BUSINESS: Yes Bank was set up in ’04 with an emphasis on corporate and wholesale banking. It focuses on sectors such as agri-business, infrastructure management, life sciences, healthcare, technology, telecom, commodities and energy. Corporate and institutional banking is its mainstay.Yes Bank provides financial and risk management solutions to corporates, MNCs, central and state governments; advisory services for mergers & acquisitions, divestitures private equity, foreign exchange and derivatives solutions.The bank has recently increased its focus on retail banking. Its retail branch network has expanded from seven banks two years ago to 67 by the end of March’08.The bank plans to enter retail and institutional broking as well. Retail broking will be complementary to its initiatives in retail banking.By FY10, the bank also plans to foray into fund management.

FINANCIALS:Yes Bank’s net profit more than doubled in FY08, driven by rising net interest margin (NIM) and expanding balance sheet size. Its NIM swelled by 44 basis points and stood at 2.74% for FY08, on account of higher retail banking activity. The bank’s strategy is to increase its number of retail branches to 250 by FY10, thereby increasing access to CASA deposits. These are a cheaper form of funding and help to increase the NIM.Currently, a very small portion of the bank’s deposits are of CASA type. At the end of FY08, CASA deposits accounted for 8.5% of its total deposits, compared to about 40% for most other banks. The management had earlier indicated that it is targeting CASA of 25% and expects to improve NIM to 3.75% by fy10.The bank’s balance sheet size increased by more than half to nearly Rs 17,000 crore as on March ’08. Its credit-deposit ratio fell from 76.5% in FY07 to 71% in FY08. The bank’s capital adequacy ratio (CAR) stands at 13.6%, while its non-performing assets (NPAs) are negligible. This indicates the operational efficiency of the bank.

Conclusion:Being a relatively new player in the business, Yes Bank is on a much faster growth trajectory than its peers. It has been enhancing its presence in the retail banking space. Given this, Yes Bank’s earnings per share (EPS) is expected to witness a CAGR of 35% in the next two years. Such high growth rates make the stock trade at a PEG (ratio of P/E to growth in EPS) of less than 1. This shows that the stock is trading at a discount to its growth potential, making it an attractive buy at current levels.

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