Nepal Investment Bank Limited

One of the leading commercial bank of Nepal, established in 1986, Nepal Investment Bank Ltd (NIBL)was previously known as Nepal Indosuez Bank Limited. It was established as a joint venture between Nepalese and French partners of which the French partner held 50 percent of the Capital of the bank. Its French partner was a subsidiary of one of the largest banking group in the world, Credit Agricole Indosuez.

A group of companies comprising of Nepalese businessmen, professional bankers and industrialists acquired the fifty percent of the shareholding of Credit Agricole Indosuez in Nepal Indosuez Bank Ltd on April 2002 with the decision of the latter. A contract was signed between Rastriya Banijya Bank, Rastriya Beema Sansthan and the foreign investor Credit Agricole which stated that Credit Agricole Indosuez would handle the management of the bank for the first ten years. The name of the bank was later changed into Nepal Investment Bank Limited in 12 June 2002 with the approval of bank’s Annual General Meeting, Nepal Rastra Bank and the Company Registrar’s Office.

The shareholding of the bank is distributed in a way that a group of companies holds fifty percent of its capital, Rastriya Banijya Bank and Rastriya Beema Sansthan holds fifteen percent each and the remaining twenty percent shares is held by the general public that makes Nepal Investment Bank Limited listed on the Nepal Stock Exchange.

The bank was founded with a vision to establish itself as the most preferred provider of financial services in Nepal. With around forty one branches spread across the country, it has been able to provide banking and financial services to its customers without difficulties. The services it provides include Any Branch Banking Service, deposit, saving accounts, internet banking, remittance, ATM cards, debit cards, credit cards, different types of loan, utility payments, mobile phone recharge, phone bill payments, locker services, etc. It is also the only bank in Nepal from where you can withdraw hundred rupees (from its ATM) unlike other bank’s ATM that has Rs 500 notes as minimum amount allowed for withdrawal.

The bank acquired Ace Development Bank Limited in 2017 and Jebil’s Finance Limited in 2019.

For further details, contact:

Nepal Investment Bank Limited

  • Durbarmarg, Kathmandu, Nepal
  • P.O. Box: 3412
  • Tel: +977-1-4228229
  • Fax: 977-1-4226349, 4228927
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