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Top 10 most-valued banks in India in terms of market capitalisation

Updated : 2019-05-09 13:40:35

HDFC Bank is the most valued Indian bank, with a market value of Rs 5,01,510 crore. Bank of Baroda (BoB), on the other hand, is the least-valued Indian bank. At the beginning of the year, BoB was ranked 9th. YES Bank has managed to outrank Punjab National Bank and BoB, and moved to the 8th position from its last position, in a span of four months.

10. Bank of Baroda: The state-owned bank, Bank of Baroda (BoB), is at the 10th position in the list of top 10 most-valued banks. Currently, the market capitalisation of BoB stands at Rs 38,010 crore, down 4 percent since the beginning of 2019. According to Bombay Stock Exchange data. the stock P/E stands at -17.86x. (Image: Reuters)
10. Bank of Baroda: The state-owned bank, Bank of Baroda (BoB), is at the 10th position in the list of top 10 most-valued banks. Currently, the market capitalisation of BoB stands at Rs 38,010 crore, down 4 percent since the beginning of 2019. According to Bombay Stock Exchange data. the stock P/E stands at -17.86x. (Image: Reuters)
9. Punjab National Bank: PNB is ranked at 9th position with a market capitalisation of Rs 38,789 crore as of May 8, up 11 percent since the start of 2019. The stock P/E stands at -1.73x. The lender was in news recently amid reports the government may consider merging of Punjab National Bank, Union Bank of India and Bank of India. (Image: Reuters)
9. Punjab National Bank: PNB is ranked at 9th position with a market capitalisation of Rs 38,789 crore as of May 8, up 11 percent since the start of 2019. The stock P/E stands at -1.73x. The lender was in news recently amid reports the government may consider merging of Punjab National Bank, Union Bank of India and Bank of India. (Image: Reuters)
8. YES Bank: At the 8th position is YES Bank. It's market capitalisation is at Rs 38,661.29 crore, down 9 percent since January 1, 2019. The stock P/E stands at 22.13x. YES Bank appointed Ravneet Gill as the new CEO after Reserve Bank of India asked former MD & CEO Rana Kapoor to resign. (Image: Reuters)
8. YES Bank: At the 8th position is YES Bank. It's market capitalisation is at Rs 38,661.29 crore, down 9 percent since January 1, 2019. The stock P/E stands at 22.13x. YES Bank appointed Ravneet Gill as the new CEO after Reserve Bank of India asked former MD & CEO Rana Kapoor to resign. (Image: Reuters)
7. Bandhan Bank: Bandhan Bank is the 7th most-valued Indian bank. It's market capitalisation is at Rs 67,988 crore, up 8 percent since the beginning of 2019. The stock P/E stands at 35.61x. In March, the Reserve Bank of India approved the merger of Bandhan Bank and Gruh Finance. (Image: Reuters)
7. Bandhan Bank: Bandhan Bank is the 7th most-valued Indian bank. It's market capitalisation is at Rs 67,988 crore, up 8 percent since the beginning of 2019. The stock P/E stands at 35.61x. In March, the Reserve Bank of India approved the merger of Bandhan Bank and Gruh Finance. (Image: Reuters)
6. IndusInd Bank: At number 6 is Indusind Bank. It's market capitalisation is at Rs 89,107 crore, down 14 percent since the start of 2019. The stock P/E stands at 23.40x. The bank on April 24, received National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) approval for merger with Bharat Financial Inclusion (BFIL). (stock image)
6. IndusInd Bank: At number 6 is Indusind Bank. It's market capitalisation is at Rs 89,107 crore, down 14 percent since the start of 2019. The stock P/E stands at 23.40x. The bank on April 24, received National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) approval for merger with Bharat Financial Inclusion (BFIL). (stock image)
5. Axis Bank: Axis Bank stands at the 5th position. It's market capitalisation currently is at Rs 1,88,501 crore, up 18 percent since January 1, 2019. Amitabh Chaudhary took over as the CEO on January 1, 2019. (stock image)
5. Axis Bank: Axis Bank stands at the 5th position. It's market capitalisation currently is at Rs 1,88,501 crore, up 18 percent since January 1, 2019. Amitabh Chaudhary took over as the CEO on January 1, 2019. (stock image)
4. ICICI Bank: ICICI Bank is the fourth most-valued bank in India. It's market capitalisation is at Rs 2,46,007 crore, up 7 percent since the start of the year. The lender named Sandeep Bakhshi as the new CEO after the exit of Chanda Kochhar. (stock image)
4. ICICI Bank: ICICI Bank is the fourth most-valued bank in India. It's market capitalisation is at Rs 2,46,007 crore, up 7 percent since the start of the year. The lender named Sandeep Bakhshi as the new CEO after the exit of Chanda Kochhar. (stock image)
3. Kotak Mahindra Bank: Private lender Kotak Mahindra Bank is 3rd on the list, and it's market capitalisation currently is Rs 2,68,210 crore. The bank's market value grew 12 percent from Rs 2,37,397 crore, as on January 1.  (Image: Reuters)
3. Kotak Mahindra Bank: Private lender Kotak Mahindra Bank is 3rd on the list, and it's market capitalisation currently is Rs 2,68,210 crore. The bank's market value grew 12 percent from Rs 2,37,397 crore, as on January 1.  (Image: Reuters)
2. State Bank of India: The largest public lender holds the second spot. It's market capilisation is at Rs 2,65,774 crore, up 3 percent from Rs 2,62,784 crore on January 1. The stock P/E is at -35.23x. A month back, the bank slashed the lending rates by 5 bps across all tenors. (Image: Reuters)
2. State Bank of India: The largest public lender holds the second spot. It's market capilisation is at Rs 2,65,774 crore, up 3 percent from Rs 2,62,784 crore on January 1. The stock P/E is at -35.23x. A month back, the bank slashed the lending rates by 5 bps across all tenors. (Image: Reuters)
1. HDFC Bank: HDFC Bank tops the list of most-valued Indian banks. It's market capitalisation stands at Rs 6,23,612 crore. The market value has declined 13 percent since the beginning of this year. It's P/E stands at 29.90x. The private lender said it will consider the stock split proposal in its board meeting on May 22.  (Image: Facebook)
1. HDFC Bank: HDFC Bank tops the list of most-valued Indian banks. It's market capitalisation stands at Rs 6,23,612 crore. The market value has declined 13 percent since the beginning of this year. It's P/E stands at 29.90x. The private lender said it will consider the stock split proposal in its board meeting on May 22.  (Image: Facebook)
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