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NRB launches Nepal Financial Inclusion Portal to track progress of financial inclusion in the country

Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) has launched Nepal Financial Inclusion Portal. The portal provides real-time information and data to figure out a realistic picture of the financial access and its usage in Nepal. The portal (emap.nrb.org.np) was launched by NRB with

List of Banks and Financial Institutions in Nepal

List of Banks in Nepal

The concept of banking in Nepal dates back to the first half of 20th century. The first bank that was established in the country was Nepal Bank Limited (NBL). It was founded in 1937 AD. Establishment of NBL marked the

Financial inclusion an urgent call

Financial inclusion an urgent call

Financial inclusion plays an important role in determining the socio-political and economic fabric of a country. In Nepal, access to finance is a need of every household and businesses. A government aiming for a balanced development of multi-sector should consider

NIBL honored as Nepal's Best Bank 2018 by Euromoney

NIBL wins Nepal’s Best Bank Award 2018

Nepal Investment Bank Limited (NIBL) has won Nepal’s Best Bank award from Euromoney magazine’s Awards for Excellence 2018, one of the most significant awards in financial services. Euromoney awards evaluate levels of service, financial performance and other achievements across the

Sakchyam helps establish bank branches

Sakchyam partners with 14 commercial banks to establish 57 bank branches in rural part of Nepal

Sakchyam Access to Finance, a project run by Department for International Development has supported 14 Commercial Banks to establish 57 new branches in rural municipalities of Karnali Province and Province No. 5 & 7. These newly signed partnerships embody UKaid

Access To Banking In Nepal

Access To Banking In Nepal: Commercial Banks Reach 666 Local Levels

Nepal Rastra Bank, the central bank of Nepal has informed that commercial banks have reached to 666 local levels, increasing the access to banking in Nepal. There are a total of 753 local levels (municipalities and rural municipalities) in Nepal. It means,