However, early indications from the Reserve Bank of India seem unfavourable for Erwin Singh Braich's bid.
Canadian industrialist and philanthropist Erwin Singh Braich, founder of The Braich Group of Companies and Trusts, has made a $1.2 billion bid for Yes Bank, according to a report by ET Now quoting sources.
Moneycontrol could not independently verify the report.
However, early indications from the Reserve Bank of India seem unfavourable for Braich's bid. Sources said the central bank will not make an exception to allow an individual to have over 15 percent voting right.
Institutional investors like HDFC MF have also reportedly bid for the private lender.
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