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Hopeful of moratorium being lifted this week: Yes Bank administrator

The bank, which had over Rs 2.09 lakh crore in deposits, was put under moratorium last Thursday due to an inability to raise capital. Its board was superseded and Kumar was placed as the administrator

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

YES Bank

Beleaguered private sector lender is hopeful of the moratorium being lifted by this Saturday, its RBI-appointed administrator Prashant Kumar said on Monday.

He told PTI that the final approval from the Reserve Bank to the SBI-led resolution plan would result in coming out of the moratorium.

He also made it clear that the lifting of the restrictions does not hinge on capital raising plan.

Kumar, former chief financial officer of SBI, however, said that the bank continues to look for capital and called it one of his top priorities along with restoring depositors' confidence.

The bank, which had over Rs 2.09 lakh crore in deposits, was put under moratorium last Thursday due to an inability to raise capital. Its board was superseded and Kumar was placed as the administrator.

First Published: Mon, March 09 2020. 18:27 IST
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