Nabil Bank Opens Branches in 12 Rural Municipalities. Image Source: The Kathmandu Post

Nabil Bank Opens Branches in 12 Rural Municipalities

Nabil Bank opens branches in 12 rural municipalities. Nabil Bank has set up 12 more branch offices in various rural municipalities across the country.

Nabil Bank Limited is Nepal’s first private sector bank, commencing its business since July 1984. Nabil was incorporated with the objective of extending international standard modern banking services to various sectors of the society. Pursuing its objective, Nabil Bank provides a full range of commercial banking services through its 67 points of representation. In addition to this, Nabil has the presence through over 1500 Nabil Remit agents throughout the nation.

Nabil is moving forward with a Mission to be “1st Choice Provider of Complete Financial Solutions” for all its stakeholders, Customers, Shareholders, Regulators, Communities and Staff. It is determined in delivering excellence to its stakeholders in an array of avenues, not just one parameter like profitability or market share. It is reflected in its Brand Promise “Together Ahead”.

The bank extended its branches at Pancheshwar Rural Municipality in Baitadi, Alital Rural Municipality in Dadeldhura, Bitthadchir Rural Municipality in Bajhang, Sayal Rural Municipality in Doti, Ramaroshan and Turmakhad Rural Municipalities in Achham, Pachaljharana and Palanta Rural Municipalities in Kalikot, Tila Rural Municipality in Jumla, Barahatal Rural Municipality in Surkhet, Darma Rural Municipality in Salyan, and Sammarimai Rural Municipality in Rupandehi.

Nabil Bank opens branches in 12 rural municipalities. Finance Minister Yubaraj Khatiwada remotely inaugurated the bank’s branches by pressing a switch amidst a programme organized on 17th of July, 2018.


Reference: The Himalayan Times