NMB Bank appoints Sunil KC as CEO (14.03.2017)
NMB Bank has appointed Sunil KC as its Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Mr. KC was instated as the new CEO by the Bank's Board of Directors led by Chairman Mr. Pawan Kumar Golyan on Tuesday, March 14. With a strong banking experience of 27 years, he has been with NMB Bank for the past 8 years and was the Deputy Chief Executive Officer before taking up his new role. Mr. KC succeeds Mr. Upendra Poudyal who held the position of Chief Executive Officer of NMB Bank for 17 years and retired this year.
Taking charge as the new CEO, Mr. KC said "NMB Bank will continue to grow in line with our strategy. We will explore platforms to invest in local communities and the Real Economy and promote Value Based Banking for a Self Reliant Nepal"
NMB Bank has a growing network of 72 branches, 57 ATMs and 7 extension counters across the country
NMB branchless banking service starts at Sudal, Bhaktapur (02.03.2017)
Similarly, Mr. Poudyal handed over the point of transaction (POT) machine to representative of the Bank for branchless banking service at Sudal, Mr. Keshav Neupane.
With the help of POT machine, the financial transactions such as Cash Deposit/Withdrawal, Balance Transfer, Utility Payment, Balance Enquiry, etc. can be done securely using Card and Thumb Impression of customers. Currently, the bank has been providing services through 72 Branches and 57 ATMs 7 extension counter.
NMB Bank is hosting the 9th Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV) meeting in Nepal between 7-9th March 2017 (30.01.2017)
The meeting is expected to be attended by all top dignitaries in the country including Ministers, Central Bank Governor, Deputy Governors, Chairmen of Banks and financial institutions, top level bureaucrats and other key stakeholders.
The meeting will open an opportunity to meet CEO’s and Senior Executives from 40 Banks and financial institutions (who have embraced value based banking) operating in countries across Asia, Africa, Australia, Latin America, North America and Europe. The 8th meeting was held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands and had the gracious presence of the Queen Maxima of the Netherlands
The theme of the 2017 Annual Meeting in Nepal “Shifting the Financial Paradigm – Courage to Act Together” captures in essence the work of the GABV and its members and partners aimed at changing the world of finances to put people before profit. The meeting will also focus on the self-reliant of local communities. All GABV’s members are focusing their efforts in strengthening the local communities and supporting local entrepreneurs. Over the last two decades, NMB Bank has been focusing its efforts in the area of self-reliance and has been investing in various projects aimed at supporting local communities, complementing “Self-reliant Nepal”. With this meeting, the GABV member banks hope to show that there are banks that are there for the local communities, who are not just profit driven and who are #BankingOnValues.
“Shifting the Financial Paradigm – Courage to Act Together” is a call for action and joint effort in the areas of the Value Based Banking for the advancement of the Real Economy.
NMB Bank presents Metropolitian Traffic Police Division with a 'Drone' (14.01.2017)
The hand over program was followed by a demo of the drone conducted by the MTPD. Speaking on the occasion Mr. Poudyal said, "The Bank is hopeful that the drone will support MTPD in the commendable work that they have been doing in standardizing traffic rules and systems at par with international norm"
NMB Bank 's 21st Annual General Meeting (AGM) (09.01.2017)
The AGM decided to distribute 19% bonus share and 1% cash dividend for tax provision from its profit of last fiscal year. With 20% stake held by FMO (Financierings Maatchappij-Voor Ontwikkelingslanden) Netherlands, the Bank's total Paid-up Capital post distribution of the said bonus shares stands at NPR. 6.46 Billion.
NMB Bank has been providing services through a network of 72 branches, 7 extension counters and 57 ATM outlets across the country.