connectIPS e-Payment System launch

Nepal Clearing House launches connectIPS e-Payment System, government revenue payments now possible from mobile phone

Nepal Clearing House Limited (NCHL), a company promoted by Nepal Rastra Bank and Bank & Financial Institutions, has officially launched connectIPS e-Payment System during a program organized at Soaltee Crowne Plaza, on Friday, 26 October 2018. The system was officially unveiled

Nepal Financial Inclusion Portal_Nepal Rastra Bank NRB

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

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

Nepal becoming a digital economy

How Nepal is making digital economy a possibility

The increasing involvement of startups and the government into digital technology is not just unsettling the traditional methods of running businesses but paving a pathway of an entire digital economy towards a developed nation. Going digital is the new trend

Mobile wallets in Nepal

तपाईँ बोक्नुहुन्छ त मोबाइल वालेट?

ब्याङ्क र भरखरै खुलेका भुक्तानी सेवा प्रदायक र मोबाइल वालेटहरूले विभिन्न सेवा दिएर डिजिटल कारोबारलाई प्रोत्साहन गर्न खोजेका छन्। नेपालमा हाल झन्डै १० लाख उपभोक्ताले सीमित क्षेत्रमा सेवा उपभोग गर्दा डिजिटल कारोबारका लागि उपलब्ध सुविधा उपयोग गर्ने गरेको बताइन्छ। विभिन्न

Mobile FInancial Services in Nepal

Mobile Financial Services in Nepal: National Telecom Perspective

Mobile Financial Services (MFS) can be considered as a distributive service for the wider access to financial services in the rural, semi-urban people in Nepal. It, basically, indicates the services that provide retail to micro retail services (the payment facilities,