Helped by higher interest income and growth in its corporate banking division, Yes Bank Ltd beat analysts' estimates for quarterly profit on Thursday.
Net profit rose to Rs 12.60 billion ($183.43 million) in the first quarter ended June 30, from Rs 9.66 billion.
Analysts were expecting Rs 12.15 billion, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S data which compiled data from 22 analysts.
Interest earned rose 41.3 per cent to Rs 65.78 billion.
The company took a mark-to-market loss of Rs 926.7 million in the quarter, it said, relating to bond-trading losses incurred in December 2017 and March 2018 quarters as a result of a spike in bond yields in the recent months.
It said it will spread Rs 2.78 billion over the subsequent quarters.