“Future ready” with transaction speed of 15K/sec- SBI.
“Today, 4,600 transactions per second can be proceeds, in future we are ready to proceed 15,000 transactions per second. This is making our future ready”. They said.
- According to the SBI’s annual report 2016-17-
“This integration will render significant long-term benefits to the bank, from the business view.”
- This will catapult SBI in one of the top 50 global banks. As its balance sheet size is Rs 33 lakh crore, has 24,017 branches and 59,263 ATMs serving more than 42 crore customers.
- According to latest reports- SBI has attained a “strong” operational infrastructure of its five associated banks and Bharatiya Mahila Bank.
According to another reports
“The benefits of having this merger will provide a ripple effect on the liability franchise and also the asset portfolio.”
- The bank is taking advantage to the economies of scale and this will lead to the reduction in the cost of doing business and improved efficiencies.
- As having the long-term benefits of this merger might be defiantly outweigh some near term challenges. The operations of having enhanced and common cost’ rationalisation are expected to provide result some benefits meaningful savings. “This will help SBI in order to sustain its mission of being an enduring value creator”.
“The SBI’s enterprise will be able to enhance costs and also maximise revenues via merger synergies, this will leads to appropriate cost savings and decrease in cost-to-income ratio”
- SBI Chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya said.
- SBI Chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya said- “Bank’s profitability improved during 2016-17 both revenue and cost parameters of operating profit improved to resulted in an operating profit growth of 17.55 per cent year-on-year.”
- The Net profit growth, remained stopped at 5.36 percent year-on-year because of increasement of credit costs and reached Rs 10,484 crore.
- Bhattacharya said-
“This financial year was also special owing to the impact of demonetisationin Q3 and severe drought conditions in South India.”
- The recent ordinance issued by the government in order to resolve the NPA issue by vesting RBI with the greater powers is a benefit move into this direction.
According to the latest reports-
“On an average, more than one crore transactions per day are done through SBI ATM network, and Rs 3,485 crore cash is dispensed by the group ATMs on the daily basis.”
- SBI Chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya said “I expect these issues to be resolved in the next two years, signs of which are evident at this stage.”