It was a normal banking day at the revamped Yes bank. In fact, as Yes Bank resumed normal operations from Thursday, there was no run on deposits as some were expecting. As a back-up, the RBI had provided for Rs.60,000 crore of emergency funding for any exigency but that was not required. Prashant Kumar, CEO of revamped Yes Bank, had already assured depositors that SBI would not sell its stake in the bank till the completion of 3 years. That had substantially reassured the markets. The immediate crisis in the bank has been managed and the big challenge will now be to improve the profitability of the bank and expand the asset book without worsening its asset quality. That will be the real test..