Yes Bank share price:\u00a0 Shares of India's major private sector lender saw their biggest intra-day plunge in over a decade after RBI trimmed curtailed the bank\u2019s Chief Executive Officer Rana Kapoor\u2019s term until January 31, 2019.\u00a0\u00a0Yes Bank shares crashed by 34% in the morning trade to hit a 52-week low of Rs 210. Notably, the RBI has trimmed the term of founding CEO Rana Kapoor to January 31, 2019,\u00a0rejecting the lender\u2019s request to extend his tenure by three years, the bank said in a brief statement late Wednesday.\u00a0 Further, the apex bank has instructed to look for his replacement by January 2019.\u00a0 Yes Bank's statement \u201cReserve Bank of India has vide letter dated September 17, 2018 received today, intimated that Shri Rana Kapoor may continue as the MD & CEO till 31 January 2019, and the Board of Directors of the Bank are scheduled to meet on September 25, 2018 to decide on the future course of action,\u201d Yes Bank said in a statement on Wednesday evening. Reaction this morning The shares reacted wildly this morning, as the stock markets were closed yesterday on account of Muharram holiday.\u00a0Taking stock of the massive plunge, stock market analysts seem to be divided on their assessment about Yes Bank\u2019s prospects. \u201cThere is no cogent explanation as to why RBI is not willing to extend his tenure.\u00a0I think that is the part which is really bothering investors,\u201d Ashwini Agarwal of Ashmore Investment Management told in an interview to ET Now. Also read:\u00a0Yes Bank shares crash 34% to 2-year low after CEO Rana Kapoor\u2019s term cut\u00a0short Yes Bank share prospects However, the expert said that he was confident that an organisation of such a size will have a succession plan in place, and the transition will be managed fairly smoothly. \u201cToday\u2019s reaction has got more to do with the surprise element, rather than a thumbs down on the ability of the bank,\u201d he said. Notably, Citigroup and IDFC Securities have cut Yes Bank share price target.\u00a0Citi has downgraded the shares to 'sell' from 'buy' earlier and cut the target price by 39% to Rs 270. According to the firm, the premium attached to the bank\u2019s shares for CEO Rana Kapoor can go away. \u201cLender might have to defer capital raise, which could slow down growth,\u201d the firm noted. IDFC Securities downgraded the stock to 'underperform\u2019 from 'neutral' and cut target price to Rs 230 from Rs 350. \u201cKapoor\u2019s departure will lead to a slowdown in loan and fee growth, which can lead to a sharp fall in valuations. Fresh capital and high net-worth deposits will become difficult to raise,\u201d it said.\u00a0According to Edelweiss, uncertainty with respect to leadership has created overhang on Yes Bank stock. The house told CNBC TV18 that Yes Bank stock is now trading at a multiple of 1.6-1.7 times, and the stock could be bought with a long term view.