In fact, SBI is going to invest much larger sum than originally committed. SBI will invest Rs.7250 crore to take a 49% stake in Yes Bank. There were indications earlier in the day that other private financiers like HDFC and Kotak Prime may also chip in for Yes Bank but there have not been any confirmations yet. If SBI is willing to take 49% of the equity capital of Yes Bank, then the government may look to get PE investors to infuse the balance capital. It is estimated that Yes Bank may require close to Rs.20,000 crore if it has to be revived. However, markets have literally punished SBI as the prices have cracked nearly 25% post the announcement of a stake buy in Yes Bank. I think, eventually there could be a consortium of banks led by SBI to invest in Yes Bank.