Nepal Bank Limited, The first bank of Nepal was established in November 15, 1937 A.D (Kartik, 30, 1994). It was formed under the principle of Joint venture (Joint venture between govt. & general public). NBL's authorized capital was Rs. 10 million & issued capital Rs. 2.5 million of which paid-up capital was Rs. 842 thousand with 10 shareholders. The bank has been providing banking through its branch offices in the different geographical locations of the country.
"Pioneer Bank with complete banking solution"
Mission Statement: NEW
Network for inclusion: Use bank's network to increase its reach all over the country from urban areas to rural areas and help in improving the lifestyle of rural population and in turn become the bank of choice of corporate, medium businesses and rural market
Enhancing the value: To employees, shareholders, government and customers
World class banking services: Provide world class banking services by achieving excellence in customer service and adopting high level technology standards
Values Statement: SPIRIT
Segmented business approach: For risk management and enhancement of efficiency
Partnership: With all stakeholders including the Government, employees, shareholders and customer
Innovation: Of business areas and processes for providing Advanced banking services, and enhance competitiveness
Responsiveness: responding to the changing need of the market/society/business on timely basis
Integrity: Uphold trustworthiness and business ethics in the business process
Total banking solutions: To cater the need of all sections of societyObjectives:
|1||Government of Nepal||62.21|
|Region wise branches||No of Branches|
|Total no of Branches*||126|
No. of Staff: 2356 (As of May 3, 2016)
No. of computerized branches: 126
Branches under single computer network: 126
Composition of Board Of Directors
The Board of Directors of Nepal Bank Limited is chaired by Mr. Janardhan Sharma Acharya, representative from Ministry of Finance, 3 members are appointed by Ministry of Finance, 1 member is professional director appointed by Ministry of Finance, and 2 members are elected from the public shareholders.