YES School of Banking awarded the latest dual international certification in ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 29990:2010

Mumbai: YES School of Banking, the Learning & Development function of YES BANK – India’s fifth largest private sector bank has been awarded the latest dual international certification in ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 29990:2010 for its L&D practices. With this achievement, YES School of Banking (YSB) becomes India’s only Learning & Development function to be recognized by this highest level of quality management system.

YES BANK was awarded the dual ISO Certification after a rigorous evaluation process of key parameters including customer focus, leadership focus, and involvement of people, risk based approach, continual improvement, fact based decision making and value creation for customers.

This up-gradation to the latest dual ISO certification from Bureau Veritas, a global leader in Testing, Inspection and Certification (TIC), reflects YSB’s robust Learning & Development processes and validates the School’s Risk Based Thinking approach. YSB, together with YES BANK, continues to ensure sustained business satisfaction by conceptualizing and deploying learning solutions that meet business and customer requirements through continual improvement in employee behaviour, systems and service quality.

Commenting on this achievement, Deodutta Kurane, Group President, Human Capital Management at YES BANK said, “It is a proud moment for all YES BANKers. The dual certification awarded to YES School of Banking validates our core objective of building an entrepreneurial organization by embracing innovative learning methods to achieve our vision of being the Finest Quality Large Bank in India by 2020”.

Ramesh Koregave, Director – Certification (India and South Asia), Bureau Veritas Certification India Pvt. Ltd said, “We congratulate YES BANK for this achievement and commend the professional cooperation extended by the YES School of banking team during the audit process to demonstrate all procedures involved in the validation of all audit requirements”.

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