Citizens Bank signs MOU with Khalti facilitating digital payments

Citizens Bank International Limited signs MoU with Khalti for facilitating digital payments

Citizens Bank International Ltd. has signed an MoU with Khalti to facilitate digital payments to its customers. Mr. Paras Kumar Kafle, Chief Operating Officer of the Bank, and Mr. Amit Agrawal, Director of Khalti, signed the agreement on Thursday. The signing

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

Digital Banking in Nepal

Internet Banking in Nepal: Past, Present and Future Ahead

We are living in an electronic age. The vast majority of us own a smartphone. Online space in Nepal is in an increasing trend. Social media portals like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are becoming more popular than ever. In a

Information Technology in Nepal

नेपालमा बैङ्किङ प्रविधिहरू (Banking Technologies in Nepal)

बुटवलकी जुनु आचार्य काठमाडौंको एक अस्पतालका चिकित्सकसँग आफ्नो उपचारका विषयमा कुरा गर्दै थिइन् । तर, अकस्मात् उनको मोबाइलमा ब्यालेन्स सकियो र सम्पर्क टुट्यो । बेलुका भइसकेकाले नजीकैको बजारमा ब्यालेन्स रिचार्ज गर्न नसकिने भयो । लगत्तै उनले एक आफन्तको फोनबाट काठमाडौंका

NRB sets limits on digital transactions in Nepal

NRB sets limits on digital transaction in Nepal

Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB), the central bank of Nepal has issued a new directive imposing ceilings on digital transaction in Nepal. Deputy governor of Nepal Rastra Bank, Chintamani Siwakoti informed that new regulations have been brought in considering all sectors concerned

A Brief History of Banking in Nepal

From Metallic Coins to Online Payments: A Brief History of Banking in Nepal

The history of banking in Nepal dates back to the year 1937 AD with the establishment of Nepal Bank Limited as the first commercial bank in Nepal. It was established as a semi-government bank with METALLIC COINS worth NRs 10