SBI looking to hive off Yono into separate subsidiary, says Rajnish Kumar

He said once Yono becomes an independent entity then even SBI would become its user or one of the users.

SBI Chairman Rajnish Kumar, state bank of india
SBI Chairman Rajnish Kumar

The country's largest lender State Bank of India is actively looking to hive off its digital platform Yono into a separate subsidiary, its chairman Rajnish Kumar said. Yono or You Only Need One App is the lender's integrated banking platform. "There is very serious thinking going on and we are in discussions with all our partners to hive it (Yono) off as a separate subsidiary," Kumar said at a banking and finance conference, Sibos 2020, organised by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (SWIFT). He said once Yono becomes an ...