NMB Bank Dumre Branch as “A” class financial institution by Nepal Rastra Bank in May 2008 has been operating in the Nepalese Financial market for over twenty years and is one of the leading commercial banks in the banking industry. NMB bank sw . . .
Kamana Sewa Bikas Bank Limited is a National level development bank promoted by highly prominent business personalities/ groups and reputed individuals of the region who have excelled in their field of business/profession with very good integrity and . . .
Prabhu Bank Limited. The Bank has gone through the various phases of its growth trajectory over a short period of its existence. Growth of Prabhu Bank was phenomenal, especially after merger of Grand Bank Nepal Limited, Kist Bank Ltd, Prabhu Bikash B . . .
Global IME Bank Ltd. (GIBL) emerged after successful merger of Global Bank Ltd (an “A” class commercial bank), IME Financial Institution (a “C” class finance company) and Lord Buddha Finance Ltd. (a “C” class finance company) in year 2012 . . .
Pokhara Finance Limited was established in 2053 B.S. Currently, the company has an Authorized Capital of NPR 1500 million, Issued Capital of NPR 857.27 million and Paid Up Capital of NPR 857.27 million. Its Head Office is situated at Newroad, Pokhara . . .
Muktinath Bikas Bank Limited (MNBBL) was established on 19th Paush 2063 B.S. (i.e. 3rd January 2007 A.D.), The Bank is licensed by the Central Bank of Nepal to operate as a “B” Class National Level financial institution with its Central Office at . . .
NIC ASIA Bank has its antecedents in NIC Bank which was established on 21st July 1998. The Bank was rechristened as NIC ASIA Bank after the merger of NIC Bank with Bank of Asia Nepal on 30th June 2013. This was a historic merger in the annals of Nepa . . .
Shangri-la Development Bank Limited is a dream project of few innovative and motivated entrepreneurial minds rather than being just another bank in the crowd of financial institutions. Promoted by respected professionals, bankers, chartered accounta . . .
Nepal Bank Limited, The first bank of Nepal was established in November 15, 1937 A.D (Kartik, 30, 1994). It was formed under the principle of Joint venture (Joint venture between govt. & general public). NBL's authorized capital was Rs. 10 millio . . .