State wise list of YES BANK IFSC code, MICR code and addresses of all branches in India
(used for RTGS and NEFT transactions)
|MICR Code||MICR not provided.|
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Customers of Yes Bank can use RTGS, IMPS and NEFT to transfer funds to any branch of any bank in India. These methods of transfer make use of IFSC codes. IFSC (Indian Financial System Code) is unique for each branch of banks in India. There are around 89 banks which includes 39,000 branches which participate in the electronic funds transfer system in India. The IFSC code ensures accurate and transparent transfers.
IFSC is an alphanumeric code which consists of 11 characters. The first 4 characters are alphabets that represent the bank’s name. The first four alphabets of IFSC code of Yes Bank is “YESB”. This is followed by “0” which is saved for future use. The last six characters are usually numeric and denotes the bank branch.
An example of the IFSC code for Yes Bank would be YESB0000001.
IFSC code and MICR code of Yes bank can be found on the cheque book/ leaflet that is issued by the bank. It can also be found online easily. You could visit the official website to find it, or you could visit a third party financial site such as BankBazaar to find it. If you visit BankBazaar, you will find there is a page that is dedicated just to help you find the IFSC code and MICR code any bank branch that you want.
On the home page of BankBazaar, you will find a tab “Bank IFSC Code” when you scroll to the bottom. Clicking on the tab will direct you to the IFSC page. There will be four drop down menus: Bank name, State, District and Branch. When you choose the appropriate options, BankBazaar will generate the IFSC code as well as MICR code, the bank branch’s address and phone number.
Yes Bank customers can transfer fund using National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT), Real Time Gross Settlement System (RTGS) as well as IMPS platforms. You can use either of these facilities to send money across different banks, different accounts, different states and different cities.
Real Time Gross Settlement System (RTGS):
RTGS funds transfer can be used to send amounts of Rs. 1 lakh and above. You can go RTGS transfer through net banking or by walking into any of the branches. You must fill up a Fund Transfer Instruction form which is available at the Yes bank. You need to provide the following information.
RTGS is available for customers to use on weekdays and Saturdays. It will not be available on Sundays and National holidays.
Following are the cut off timings for RTGS at Yes Bank:
|Mon – Fri||Sat|
|Net Banking||09. 00 – 16. 15||09. 00 – 12. 45|
|Branch Request||09. 00 – 15. 30||09. 00 – 12. 30|
National Electronic Funds Transfer (NEFT):
NEFT can be used to transfer smaller amounts of money that do not exceed Rs. 99,999. To use this platform, customers can follow the same procedure as stated for RTGS. Fill up the Fund Transfer Instruction form available at the bank. You will need to furnish the information given below.
NEFT transfers are available for customers on all working days except Sundays and National holidays.
|Mon – Fri||Sat|
|Net Banking||24 x 7*||24 x 7*|
|Branch Request||09. 00 – 16. 30||09. 00 – 12. 00|
*Transaction requests placed by 1830 hours on weekdays and 1230 hours on Saturday will be debited immediately and sent to RBI for processing on the following working day. Transfer requests made on NEFT holidays and on Sundays through internet banking will also be debited immediately and sent to RBI for processing the following working day.
Headquartered in Mumbai, Yes Bank is a Private Sector Bank co-founded by Rana Kapoor in 2004. Already the bank has over 500 branches across 35 states and is recognized to be one of the fastest growing banks in India. It is India's fifth largest private sector bank which provides solutions to all your financial needs including Investment Banking, Corporate Finance, Branch Banking, Business and Transaction Banking and Wealth Management business lines, among much more.
Yes Bank, is one of the top five largest private banks in the country has signed a MOU(Memorandum of Understanding) with the motorcycle biggie Ducati India, which is also known to be one of the premium motorcycle brands, to initiate better retail financing options for prospective Ducati customers across all of Ducati’s dealerships. This agreement marks a strategic move for both the bank and Ducati India for retail loans. Ducati’s current dealerships are spread across Delhi NCR, Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune as well as Ahmedabad. The bank will offer financial options for the entire Ducati range including Diavel, Hypermotard, Monster, Multistrada, Scrambler and Superbike.
6th October 2016
Amazon and Yes Bank have formed a partnership to cater to working capital business loans for amazon merchants on to boost their business for this festive season and beat reigning e-commerce king Flipkart.
Merchants on Amazon have access to unsecured loans and reasonably lower interest rates along with faster services allowing them to stay afloat the competition by catering to the financial needs of these merchants in the very competitive online marketing space.This also makes Yes Bank the primary corporate banker for Amazon India.
3rd October 2016
Flipkart-owned PhonePe Internet Pvt. Ltd. entered into a partnership with Yes Bank to launch UPI-based payments app.
PhonePe enables users to associate their bank accounts to their smartphones using NPCI’s secure encrypted libraries. Once the link is established, users can enter their personal MPIN and transfer funds to the recipient’s account instantly. Although the presence of digital wallets like Paytm and Freecharge has leveraged digital payments to a certain extent, majority of the transactions, online and offline, still happen through cash. The enhancement in PhonePe is expected to help Flipkart in bringing down the number of cash transactions and in making its supply chain more efficient.
The app enables users to send or request money to beneficiaries without having to furnish their bank account details. It also offers mobile recharge, splitting of bill and utility bill payment facilities.
29th August 2016
Yes Bank has launched its own mobile wallet, Yes Pay, that is compatible with iOS and Android mobile platforms. An additional feature of the application, Asd, can be accessed through Facebook.
In addition to the bill payment and mobile recharge facilities offered by other digital wallets, Yes Pay features some unique functionalities. Through this application, a Yes Bank customer can request funds transfer from another who may not be using the Yes Pay wallet service. So, a businessman who is registered on Yes Pay can request payment from clients remotely. When the client receives a link through SMS, he makes the payment using card or net banking.
Yes Pay is available on app stores and has seen more than 4 lakh transactions in a span of 100 days. Yes Pay has also entered into an alliance with Cafe Coffee Day, QuikWallet and ToneTag for seamless bill payments at multiple retail outlets and restaurants, making use of innovative technologies like QR code scans and sound based authentication.
29th August 2016
YES Bank is one of the top 5 private lenders in the country and their substantial number of followers on social media testifies the fact that they are pretty dynamic when it comes to disentangling problems and assisting clients with the most pragmatic tips and recommendations. YES Bank is now looking to revamp their current website (a first in India) and offer numerous banking services merely by fine-tuning their Operator Interface, making it well-suited to function on every new browsers, latest tablets, and smart phones.
5th August 2016
Yes Bank has been recognised by the Ministry of Tourism for being the ‘Most Responsible Tourism Project/Initiative’ at the National Tourism Awards 2014-15. This is the first time a bank is receiving this award.
The award has been given for its ‘Edge of India’ initiative that aims to create cooperative tourism models that help the local communities and their livelihood thrive. The project was a partnership between Yes Bank, Queen Margaret University (Edinburgh), Dunira Strategy (Edinburgh) and eZone. The project was implemented in Bageshwar, Ranikhet and Pithoragarh districts of Uttarakhand and Purulia in West Bengal. Under Edge of India, local communities are trained and helped to set up self-sustaining tourism businesses that allow the entire community to reap benefits.
30th July 2016
Yes Bank has revamped its website for better customer experience across the latest browsers, smartphone and tablets. Both of the bank’s websites www.yesbank.in and www.yes.bank have been upgraded.
The websites promise “cutting-edge experience”, customisation as per search history and geography, and segmented user interaction. This is part of the bank’s digitisation process.
Some of the unique features added to the portal are: interactive product finder and comparator tools, FD calculators, intuitive product discovery experience, upgraded search facility, in-depth information on all products, and a clutter-free design.
1st July 2016
In a bid to offer the most secure channel for its customers to initiate mobile payments under UPI (Unified Payments Interface), Yes Bank has deployed Gemalto’s SafeNet Network HSM. The latter will provide data security and encryption services to the bank to secure customer data.
The much talked about UPI will be launched by the end of July 2016 with 15 banks on board. The tech rich payments system is the brainchild of NPCI (National Payments Corporation of India). This service is expected to redefine online bank payments by offering real time payments under high level of security such as authentication by fingerprint.
With over 860 branches in the country backed by a strong network of 1,625+ ATMs, Yes Bank is India’s 5th largest institution in the private sector.
20th July 2016
Yes Bank, the private sector lending institution, has announced that it has tied up with rising financial products listing website BankBazaar.com. The alliance will see Yes Bank’s retail loan products such as home loans, personal loans and car loans feature on BankBazaar’s website. Both parties expect the products to be integrated over the coming weeks, with the aim of going live towards the end of the month. Adhil Shetty, co-founder of BankBazaar.com stated that it is difficult for any broad-based business to survive in today’s world without a definitive online presence. He also stated that BankBazaar.com provides banks with the freedom to optimize their online presence in order to make their products reach a larger tech-savvy customer base with hassle-free process technology and integration. Pralay Mondal, senior group president of Yes Bank also stated that the partnership with BankBazaar.com gives Yes Bank the opportunity to reach out to customers on a portal where they compare retail loan products, and will allow the bank to showcase its best-in-class differentiated product suite. For customers in Bangalore, the Yes Bank IFSC Code is YESB0000022.
23rd May 2016
India’s 5th largest private sector bank, YES Bank, has announced that it is now the leading issuer of Virtual Prepaid Cards on the MasterCard platform across the globe. The Virtual Prepaid Card program was launched in collaboration with Singaporean firm Match move. The facility allows customers who do not own credit cards or who do not have access to online banking facilities, to make purchases online or through mobile applications via a link to a prepaid wallet. The program makes online purchasing easier even for existing customers who do have access to credit cards or online facilities, while they can conduct regular transactions as they normally do, such as funds transfers using the bank’s IFSC code and other relevant information.
11th May 2016
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|• Yes Bank Parrys Chennai Branch||• Yes Bank Malakpet Hyderabad Branch||• Yes Bank Begumpet Secundrabad Branch|
|• Yes Bank Salt Lake Sector 5 Kolkata Branch||• Yes Bank Siliguri Branch||• Yes Bank Vatika City Point Gurgaon Branch|
|• Yes Bank The Ckp Cooperative Bank Ltd Branch||• Yes Bank Prahladnagar Ahmedabad Branch||• Yes Bank Karelibaug Gujarat Branch|
|• Yes Bank Koramangala Bangalore Branch||• Yes Bank Surajpur Greater Noida Branch||• Yes Bank Kukatpally Hyderabad Branch|
|• Yes Bank Kamanhalli Bangalore Branch||• Yes Bank Varachha Road Surat Branch||• Yes Bank Smriti Nagrik Sah Bank Mandsaur Branch|
|• Yes Bank Sector 27 Chandigarh Branch||• Yes Bank Boisar Branch||• Yes Bank Atta Noida Branch|
|• Yes Bank J P Nagar Bangalore Branch||• Yes Bank Sector 35 Chandigarh Branch||• Yes Bank T Nagar Chennai Branch|
|• Yes Bank Nerul Navi Mumbai Branch||• Yes Bank Chandigarh Branch||• Yes Bank Chanakyapuri New Delhi Branch|
|• Yes Bank Vashi Navi Mumbai Branch||• Yes Bank Saket New Delhi Branch||• Yes Bank Kapashera New Delhi Branch|
|• Yes Bank Dalhousie Kolkata Branch||• Yes Bank Amanora Pune Branch||• Yes Bank Hsr Layout Bangalore Branch|
|• Yes Bank The Kollam District Coop Bank Ltd Branch||• Yes Bank Chandigarh Sec 17 Branch||• Yes Bank Panchsheel Coop Bank Belgium Tower Branch|
|• Yes Bank Citizens Coop Bank Ltd Ahmedabad Branch||• Yes Bank Zila Sahkari Bank Lucknow Sgpgi Branch||• Yes Bank Shree Sharada Sah Bank Sadashivpeth Branch|
|• Yes Bank Bund Garden Pune Branch||• Yes Bank Kharghar Navi Mumbai Branch||• Yes Bank Chattarpur New Delhi Branch|
|• Yes Bank Hitech City Hyderabad Branch||• Yes Bank Zoroastrian Bank Fort Branch||• Yes Bank Vasant Kunj New Delhi Branch|
|• Yes Bank Mira Road Mumbai Branch||• Yes Bank Nehru Place New Delhi Branch||• Yes Bank New Friends Colony New Delhi Branch|
|• Yes Bank Sriperumbudur Tamilnadu Branch||• Yes Bank Shakarpur Delhi Branch|