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Yes Bank inks pact with American Express

Yes Bank, India's fourth largest private sector Bank has entered into agreement with American Express to offer American Express Cards to meet the needs of its high value customer segments. The bank will offer the same from its branches in seven cities. The card will come with both Yes Bank and American Express logos.

The bank's customers will enjoy superior benefits from American Express including the industry leading Membership Rewards program, best in class service, and access to a worldwide network of millions of merchants across 200 countries.

Yes Bank, the private sector lender offers a full-range of client-focused corporate banking services, including working capital finance, specialized corporate finance, trade and transactional services, treasury risk management services, investment banking solutions and liquidity management solutions among others to a highly focused client base.

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