Category Archives: Class A Banks of Nepal

List of Class A Banks of Nepal.

NEPSE Lists 13% Bonus Shares of Shine Resunga Development Bank

NEPSE lists 39,21,241.66 bonus shares of Shine Resunga Development Bank Limited (SHINE). The company held their 12th AGM and approved 13% bonus shares from the paid-up capital for the fiscal year 2076/77. Before dividend distribution the paid-up capital of the company was Rs. 3,01,63,39,742.49. The bonus shares are worth of Rs. 39,21,24,166.52 which are listed on NEPSE. SHINE… Read More »

Right Shares Coming Soon from Excel Development Bank

Excel Bank issued total of 24,33,363.6742 units of right shares to its shareholders. The company held their 14th AGM on Ashad 14, 2077 and declared a 10: 3 rights offering. Therefore, 24,33,363.6742 units of shares will be issued to shareholders at the rate of Rs. 100 per unit. The company will raise a capital of Rs. 24,33,36,367.42 through… Read More »

Janata Bank Nepal Limited

Latest Update (6th December): Janata Bank is merged with Global IME Bank, Nepal. With the vision to extend support towards strengthening the financial system and then the economy of the country and also grow as an International Financial Institution Janata Bank Nepal Limited is the 27th commercial bank established under the Bank & Financial Institution Act, 2063. The… Read More »

Nepal SBI Bank

With the vision to be a state of the art, customer centric, values driven and professionally managed bank Nepal SBI Bank is committed to high standards of good corporate governance practices; perpetual enhancement of the wealth of all stakeholders and the society. Established in July 1993 Nepal SBI (NSBI) Bank has emerged as one of the leading banks… Read More »

MEGA Bank Nepal

MEGA Bank Nepal was established by the group of individuals from a diverse range of backgrounds two years to the formal inauguration of the Bank. This is ‘A” class bank certified by the Nepal Rastra Bank. It has an authorized capital of NRs. 4.00 billion and an issued capital of Rs.2.33 billion. This bank is dedicated on providing… Read More »

Machhapuchhre Bank Limited

Machhapuchchhre Bank Limited started its banking operations from Pokhara since year 2000. Machhapuchchhre Bank Limited was first registered in 1998 as the first regional commercial bank from the western region of Nepal. Machhapuchchhre Bank Ltd. is the first bank to introduce centralized banking software, GLOBUS BANKING SYSTEM of Temenos NV, Switzerland. This bank provides modern banking facilities such… Read More »

Prabhu Bank Limited

After the merger of Grand Bank Nepal Limited, Kist Bank Ltd, Prabhu Bikash Bank Ltd, Gaurishankar Development Bank Ltd and Zenith Finance Ltd in, 2016, Prabhu Bank Limited was formed. Prabhu Bank Limited has attended the status of “A” class financial institution. Mission of this Bank is to become the leading commercial bank in Nepal by providing the… Read More »

NCC Bank Nepal

With the mission to provide a wide range of banking services and products in the emerging socio-economic environment within and outside the country maintaining high standards of integrity and efficiency with excellence, Nepal Credit & Commerce Bank Ltd. is commencing its business since October 14, 1996. At present NCC provides banking services and facilities to rural and urban… Read More »

Bank of Kathmandu

The mission of this bank is to become the “Bank of Choice” by dedicating the progress and growth of the institution to the community, customers, employees and stockholders, Bank of Kathmandu Limited has become a notable name in the Nepalese banking scenario with a high ranking performance. Bank of Kathmandu put its conscious effort to glorify their slogan… Read More »

Everest Bank Limited

With the vision to become a Leading Commercial Bank with Pan Nepal presence and become a household name, providing wide range of financial products and services under one roof, the A Class Commercial Bank “Everest Bank Limited (EBL)” was Founded in 1994. This Bank has been one of the leading banks of the country and has been catering… Read More »