It was renamed NIC ASIA Bank on 30 June 2013 after it merged with Bank of Asia Nepal. NIC ASIA Bank has 184 branches and 190 ATMs with plans to continue to expand.
Prime Commercial Bank Limited is a commercial bank in Nepal. The bank is an ‘A’ class commercial bank licensed by Nepal Rastra Bank and has branches all across the nation with its head office in Kathmandu .
NRB, the central bank of Nepal, established in 1956 under the Nepal Rastra Bank Act 1955 is the monetary, regulatory and supervisory authority of banks and financial institutions. The new Nepal Rastra Bank Act 2002 which replaces the erstwhile Act has ensured operational autonomy and independence to the Bank.
Siddhartha Bank Limited (SBL), established in 2002 and promoted by prominent personalities of Nepal, today stands as one of the consistently growing banks in Nepal. While the promoters come from a wide range of sectors, they possess immense business acumen and share their valuable experiences towards the betterment of the Bank.
Siddhartha Bank runs with a vision to be financially sound, operationally efficient and keep abreast with technological development.
Standard Chartered Bank Nepal Limited has been in operation in Nepal since 1987 when it was initially registered as a joint-venture operation. Today the Bank is an integral part of Standard Chartered Group having an ownership of 70.21% in the company with 29.79% shares owned by the Nepalese public. The Bank enjoys the status of the largest international bank currently operating in Nepal.
Agricultural Development Bank Limited (ADBL) is an autonomous organization largely owned by Government of Nepal. The bank has been working as a premier rural credit institution since the last three decades, contributing a more than 67 percent of institutional credit supply in the country.
Sanima Bank is committed to provide one window financial solutions to the different customer segments and to achieve healthy growth in profitability consistent with the bank's risk appetite. The Bank has been dedicated to maintain the highest level of ethical standards, professional integrity, corporate governance and regulatory compliance.
Nabil Bank Limited is the nation’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 provides a full range of commercial banking services through its 67 points of representation. In addition to this, Nabil has presence through over 1500 Nabil Remit agents throughout the nation.
NMB Bank Limited, licensed as an “A” class financial institution by Nepal Rastra Bank in May 2008, has been operating in the Nepalese financial market for over twenty years and is one of the leading commercial banks in the banking industry.
Srijana Finance Limited was established on 26 Mangsir 2057 with an objective of providing competitive and modern banking services in the Nepalese financial Sector. The company always focuses on building sound technology driven internal system to cater the changing needs of the customer that enhance high comfort and value by well-known business of Purbanchal.
Global IME Bank Ltd. (GIBL) emerged after successful merger of Global Bank Ltd (an “A” class commercial bank), IME Financial Institution (a “C” class finance company) and Lord Buddha Finance Ltd. (a “C” class finance company) in year 2012. Two more development banks (Social Development Bank and Gulmi Bikas Bank) merged with Global IME Bank Ltd in year 2013. Later, in the year 2014, Global IME Bank made another merger with Commerz and Trust Bank Nepal Ltd. (an “A” class commercial bank). During 2015-16, Global IME Bank Limited acquired Pacific Development Bank Limited (a "B" Class Development Bank) and Reliable Development Bank Limited (a "B" Class Development Bank).
With an authorized capital of NPR 10 billion, Issued Capital of NPR 9.47 billion and Paid up Capital of NPR 9.29 billion, Mega Bank Nepal Limited is one of the nation’s premier financial institutions consistently living it’s Service Pledge to conduct business by continually creating mutually beneficial relationships with all its stakeholders; Customers, Shareholders, Regulators, Communities and Staff.
Kailash Bikas Bank Limited is one of the largest national level development banks of Nepal in terms of assets, deposits, profits & branches catering to large customer base. The Bank has earned accolades in recognition to its services and overall performance & has been bejewelled with glorious awards from NRB, ICAN and PCCI in the history of Nepali Financial Institutions.
Mahalaxmi Bikash Bank Ltd. was formed after the synergic union between Yeti Development Bank Ltd. & Mahalaxmi Bikash Bank Ltd. on 18th Asadh 2074(02 July 2017). Mahalaxmi Bikash Bank ltd. is the first development bank to achieve the capital obligation which was raised by Nepal Rastra Bank. With the paid up capital of Rs. 2.63 billion the bank has become the largest development bank of Nepal in terms of capital, balance-sheet size, customer base and Branch Network.