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Yes Bank: Driven Kapoor breaks the mould

Yes Bank, started just 12 years ago, is one of India’s fastest growing lenders – and the most interesting by far. Its founder and CEO sits down with Euromoney to discuss risk management, cost cutting, divine intervention and why he doesn’t do the ‘wow’ factor.

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Illustration: David Manion

Rana Kapoor is relaxing in the main offices of the London School of Economics when we meet. It is the day after the UK has voted in a referendum to leave the European Union – a decision he believes will prove to be good for both the UK and India – but at the moment he has other things on his mind. 

Yes Bank, the private-sector lender he founded in 2004 and still oversees as its managing director and chief executive officer, has pledged £1 million to the LSE to support the IG Patel Chair, named after the man who saw the Reserve Bank of India through tough times in the late 1970s.

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