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Yes Bank all set to start second cohort for its startup programme

In order to attract the best tech advancement from across the globe, Yes bank has forged partnerships with entities across US, UK,Europe, S.E Asia, Middle East including Bahrain and Israel among others.

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Updated: Sep 13, 2017, 06.02 PM IST
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Yes Bank has identified its key focus areas as part of its digital transformation journey which includes Blockchain, Behavior based cyber security, AI and ML, Big data analytics.
Yes Bank has identified its key focus areas as part of its digital transformation journey which includes Blockchain, Behavior based cyber security, AI and ML, Big data analytics.
MUMBAI: Private sector lender Yes Bank has opened its second cohort for Yes Fintech- the bank's innovation programme for fintech startups. The bank has created a network of more than 20 global startup ecosystems and will assist fintech start-ups with product guidance, wide access to global audience and accelerated joint go to-market within 15 weeks.

In order to attract the best tech advancement from across the globe, Yes bank has forged partnerships with entities across US, UK, Europe, S.E Asia, Middle East including Bahrain and Israel among others.

Commenting on the launch, Mr. Rana Kapoor, Managing Director & CEO, YES BANK, said, “Yes Bank has identified its key focus areas as part of its digital transformation journey which includes Blockchain, Behavior based cyber security, AI and ML, Big data analytics and biometrics across front, mid and back-end operations of the bank. We believe, the strategic integration of solutions into Yes Bank systems from the successfully graduated fintech start-ups of inaugural cohort of Yes Fintech, will give us substantial advantage in the market. Further, by inviting global partnerships we have opened the gates of cross-border innovations in fintech and expect this move to benefit the entire fintech space in India.”

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