The State Bank of India, with an over 200 year old history, is the largest commercial bank in India in
terms of profits, assets, deposits, branches and employees and a Fortune 500 Company. At the end of the financial year 2015-16
(April-March), the Bank had total income of Rs. 1,91,844 crs, deposits of Rs. 17,30,722 crs and made a net profit of Rs. 9951 crs during
the year.
Subsidiaries
SBI Capital Markets Ltd.
SBI General Insurance Co. Ltd.
SBI Cards & Payment Services Ltd.
SBI Factors & Comm. Services Ltd.
SBI Funds Management (P) Ltd.
SBI DFHI Ltd.
SBI Life Insurance Co. Ltd.
Foreign Subsidiaries
SBI (Canada)
SBI (California)
SBI International (Mauritius) Ltd.
INMB Bank Ltd
Nepal SBI Bank Limited
Bank of Bhutan
Commercial Bank of India LLC
Bank SBI Indonesia
SBI Group: SBI Capital Markets Limited
The largest commercial bank group in India
Rated Best Bank in India by Global Finance, New York
The only Indian Bank to find a place in the Fortune Global 500 List.
First Indian Bank to take up merchant banking in 1986
Position in the domestic banking sector as on 31 March 2016:

  • 17.57% of the aggregate domestic deposits.
  • 15.96 % market share of retail advances
Significantly improved ranking from 14 to 2 as per Bloomberg India Domestic bonds and from 18 to 9 in
‘Debt Private Placement’ as per Prime Database for FY 2016
Ranked No.1 in the India Loans MLA with market share of 58.1% (in INR) – Bloomberg
Significant inroads in M&A transactions – Rs 40000 Crs.
Ranked No 1 in Rights Issues for FY15 (size as well as no. of issues), having handled 7 out of the 14
issues in the market as per Prime database
No. 1 in IPO’s, managed 700+ issues (since 1989 – source Prime Database).