I think the problem is far from over and you have only seen the tip of the iceberg. According to ICRA, Yes Bank will require additional Rs.13,000 crore capital infusion in next 2 years to maintain capital conservation buffer at 2.5%. The equity infusion by a slew of banks and the AT1 bond write-offs resulted in the CET and Tier 1 ratios becoming more comfortable. ICRA has also pointed to the risk of deposit run, which would call for liquidity support. The bigger concern for ICRA is that the recovery of Yes Bank would get complicated as most parts of the Indian economy are currently shut. That would mean that more loans could go bad in the coming months and the market risk could also result in a run on deposits. Next 6 months will be extremely critical for Yes Bank