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    • 1. TOPIC Study Of Axis BankPresented By – Mr. Vishal Narvrkar
    • 2. AGENDA
    • 3. INTRODUCTION• Name of the bank :- AXIS bank• Industry:- Banking, Financial services• Year of formation:- 1994• First Chairman :- P. J. Nayak• Number Of employees:-21,640 (as on 2010)
    • 4. • First private bank to be established in India• Promoted by the largest financial institution of the country, UTI• Set up with capital of Rs. 109 crore, 1.UTI - Rs. 100 crore, 2.LIC - Rs. 7.5 crore and 3.GIC - Rs. 1.5 crore• The banks registered office is at Ahmedabad• The bank changed its name to Axis Bank in April 2007
    • 5. HEADQUARTERS• MUMBAI , MAHARASHTRA
    • 6. VISION & MISSIONVision Mission• To be the preferred • Customer Centricity financial solutions • Ethics provider through • Transparency insight, empowered employees and smart • Teamwork use of technology • Ownership
    • 7. KEY MEMBERS Chairman Managing Director & CEO• Dr. Adarsh Kishore • Smt. Shikha Sharma
    • 8. DirectorsDr. R.H. Patil DirectorSmt. Rama Bijapurkar DirectorShri M.V. Subbiah DirectorShri K. N. Prithviraj DirectorShri V. R. Kaundinya DirectorShri S. B. Mathur DirectorShri Prasad R. Menon DirectorShri R. N. Bhattacharyya DirectorShri Samir K Barua DirectorShri A K Dasgupta DirectorShri Som Mittal Director
    • 9. Subsidiaries• Axis Sales Ltd- marketing and selling of credit cards and retail asset products• Axis Private Equity Ltd- manage investments, venture capital funds and off-shore funds• Subsidiary for asset management- offer products such as mutual funds
    • 10. VOLUME IN THE MARKET• Revenue : RS.19,826 crore (US$4.36 billion) (2011)• Net income: RS. 3,344 crore (US$735.68 million) (2011)• Total assets : RS. 242,566 crore (US$53.36 billion) (2011)
    • 11. PROFIT OF PREVIOUS YEARS YEAR QUARTER Q1 Rs. 330.14 CRORES , UP BY 88.67% YOY 2009 Q2 Rs. 402.91 CRORES; UP BY 76.85% YOY Q3 Rs. 500.86 CRORES; UP BY 63.24% YOY Q4 Rs. 581.45 CRORES, UP BY 60.89% YOY Q1 Rs. 562.04 CRORES, UP 70.24% YOY 2010 Q2 RS. 531.64 CRORES, UP BY 31.95% YOY Q3 Rs. 655.98 CRORES, UP BY 30.97% YOY Q4 Rs. 764.87 CRORES, UP BY 31.55% YOY Q1 Rs. 741.88 CRORES, UP BY 32.00% YOY 2011 Q2 Rs.735.14 CRORES, UP BY 38.28% YOY Q3 Rs.891.36 CRORES, UP BY 35.88% YOY Q4 Rs.1,020 CRORES, UP BY 33% YOY
    • 12. EQUITY SHARESTOCK EXCHANGE Rate 1281.30 up by 4.8%• BOMBAY STOCK EXCHANGE (BSE)
    • 13. STOCK EXCHANGE Rate 1278.20 up by 4.4%• NATIONAL STOCK EXCHANGE (NSE)
    • 14. BRANCHES• The Bank has a very wide network of 1281 branches (including 169 Service Branches/CPCs as on March, 2011)
    • 15. Branch structure BRANCHES RURAL SEMI-RURAL METRO URBAN 4% 21% 40% 35%
    • 16. ATM• The Bank has a network of over 7591 ATMs (as on September, 2011)• Providing 24 hrs a day banking convenience
    • 17. Facilities offered by ATM• Balance inquiry• Cash withdrawal• PIN change• Mini Statement• VISA money transfer• Money transfer between linked accounts• Request for a new chequebook• Mutual Fund payment• Insurance Premium payments• Register for SMS Banking/NETSECURE
    • 18. INTERNET BANKING• Account Details• Fund Transfer• Request Services• Value Added Services• Investment Services
    • 19. PRODUCTS & services• Credit cards• Consumer banking• Corporate banking• Finance and insurance• Investment banking• Mortgage loans• Private equity• Wealth management
    • 20. Swot Analysis• Strengths - Support of various promoters - High level of services - Knowledge of Indian market• Weaknesses - Not having good image - Market capitalization is low - Not been fully able to position it self correctly
    • 21. • Opportunities - Growing Indian banking sectors - People are becoming more service oriented - In the global market• Threats - From various competitors:- A. Foreign banks B. Government banks

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