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  • Axis bank

    1. 1. TOPIC Study Of Axis BankPresented By – Mr. Vishal Narvrkar
    2. 2. AGENDA
    3. 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. 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. 5. HEADQUARTERS• MUMBAI , MAHARASHTRA
    6. 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. 7. KEY MEMBERS Chairman Managing Director & CEO• Dr. Adarsh Kishore • Smt. Shikha Sharma
    8. 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. 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. 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. 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. 12. EQUITY SHARESTOCK EXCHANGE Rate 1281.30 up by 4.8%• BOMBAY STOCK EXCHANGE (BSE)
    13. 13. STOCK EXCHANGE Rate 1278.20 up by 4.4%• NATIONAL STOCK EXCHANGE (NSE)
    14. 14. BRANCHES• The Bank has a very wide network of 1281 branches (including 169 Service Branches/CPCs as on March, 2011)
    15. 15. Branch structure BRANCHES RURAL SEMI-RURAL METRO URBAN 4% 21% 40% 35%
    16. 16. ATM• The Bank has a network of over 7591 ATMs (as on September, 2011)• Providing 24 hrs a day banking convenience
    17. 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. 18. INTERNET BANKING• Account Details• Fund Transfer• Request Services• Value Added Services• Investment Services
    19. 19. PRODUCTS & services• Credit cards• Consumer banking• Corporate banking• Finance and insurance• Investment banking• Mortgage loans• Private equity• Wealth management
    20. 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. 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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