Digital payment in Nepal

Digital Payment in Nepal: A regulatory perspective

Better regulation of digital payment in Nepal is a must to prevent illicit activities, but citizens’ privacy should be protected Digital payment is a system which effects transactions for one or multiple parties without the need for cash. Digital payments

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

My Skills My Future Symposium 2018

My Skills My Future Symposium to bridge gap between academia and industry; Khalti offers registration and payment facility for the program

Women Development Advocacy Center (WDAC) is all set to organize My Skills My Future symposium this 27 July, at the Russian Center of Science and Culture, Kamal Pokhari, Kathmandu. The program will help the participants understand the existing gap between

Payment Methods in Nepal_Khalti Digital Wallet

Why cash is still the king in the digital age? An analysis of Payment Methods in Nepal

93% of the school fees were paid on cash in the past year 87% of the utility bills were paid on cash in the past year Only 4% of the adult population received their wages into a financial institution account

Financial Inclusion in Nepal

Financial Inclusion in Nepal

Financial Inclusion refers to people, regardless of their social or economic background, having access to a wide range of financial services through formal financial institutions. These services, at the very basic level, start with opening a deposit account or a

Digital Payment for Financial Inclusion

10 reasons to be optimistic that financial inclusion is possible through digital payments

The past decade has seen great strides in building awareness of the global financial inclusion agenda, and very positive steps in achieving tangible change. The latest Global Findex data revealed that 69 percent of adults – 3.8 billion people –

Financial inclusion in Nepal

Financial Inclusion: Where does Nepal stand?

Have you ever wondered what it would be like if you didn’t have a bank account? How would you transfer money? What about loans and credit? Would you carry Lakhs and Crores of Rupees with you in case you had

Farmer using mobile banking services

Widespread mobile phones can deliver banking services to the poor: World Bank

The spread of mobile phones to all corners of the world offers the opportunity to deliver banking services to the poor and rural areas, improving lives, the World Bank said in a report on Thursday. Access to a bank account