For the quarter ended June 2021, down with 1.8 percent quarter on quarter along with down 0.4 percent year on year, the bank’s loan and advances came at ₹163,914 crores as mentioned by the Yes Bank on Monday announcing its Q1 business update. While the loans and advances for June 20 were at ₹164,510 crores the same for March 2021 was at ₹166,893 crores.
As compared to ₹117,360 crores every year, the bank’s deposit grew 39 percent coming at ₹163,295 crores, While the deposits were slightly up by 0.2 percent from ₹162,947 crores on an early basis. As against ₹30,326 crore year on year along with up 5.2 percent from ₹42,587 crores Quarter on Quarter, the current account savings account (CASA) was up 47.7 percent to ₹44,790 crores.
As compared to credit the 102.4 percent in March quarter along with 140.2 percent in the June 2020 quarter, the credit to deposit ratio in Q1 was at 100.4 percent, while on the other hand, as compared to 122.3 percent in the previous quarter and 114% in the year-ago quarter, the Liquidity Coverage Ratio (LCR) of Yes Bank for the quarter stood at 118.4 percent.
On the Bombay Stock Exchange in Monday’s opening deals, shares of Yes Bank were trading at ₹13.6 per share with a 0.2 percent high.