Likewise, Rs 8,900 crore tier II bonds and Rs 2,231 crore decrease tier II bonds are upgraded to BBB rankings with steady outlook, Yes Bank mentioned citing a launch from CARE.
The rankings on Rs 904 crore higher tier II bonds and Rs 82 crore perpetual bonds have been revised to CARE D with steady outlook.
The ranking on Rs 3,600 crore extra tier I bonds is withdrawn because the financial institution had written down the instrument as part of restructuring of liabilities, CARE mentioned.
“The revision in the ratings assigned to the debt instruments of Yes Bank Limited (YBL) factors in the improvement in the credit profile of the bank post the implementation of the reconstruction scheme announced by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and accepted by Government of India (GOI) from March, 2020,” CARE mentioned.
The reconstruction scheme for YBL has led to robust systemic help to the financial institution by varied market members together with GOI, RBI and SBI performing to be able to shield the depositors’ cash by means of offering capital help, liquidity help and reconstitution of the board of administrators for higher governance, it added.
A sustained development in deposit base, sustained enchancment in profitability together with enhance in scale of enterprise and enchancment in asset high quality and backbone of confused accounts are among the many optimistic components that may result in an improve in outlook to optimistic, the rankings company mentioned.
However, deterioration in asset high quality parameters from present ranges on account of incremental slippages and moderation in capitalisation cushion on account of upper credit score prices are the important thing adverse components that will set off change in outlook to adverse.
CARE acknowledged that the financial institution has been taking measures to enhance its working profitability by bettering its non-interest earnings and management its working price.
However, decline in scale of enterprise and heightened credit score prices on account of provision for NPAs and Covid-19 associated provision on commonplace property has impacted the general profitability of the financial institution.
Bank’s cumulative Covid-19 associated provision amounted to Rs 1,918 crore as on September 30, 2020.
Yes Bank’s deposit base witnessed a discount of 53.71 per cent from Rs 2,27,610 crore as on March 31, 2019 to Rs 105,364 crore as at March-end 2020 resulting in a big decline within the scale of the financial institution.
Post the reconstruction of the financial institution together with capital increase, the financial institution has been capable of tide over the redemption and likewise been capable of generate deposits leading to whole deposits rising to Rs 1,35,815 crore by September 2020.
Advances declined by 23.64 per cent to Rs 1,71,443 crore as on March 31, 2020 and additional to Rs 1,66,923 crore as on September 30.