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Everest Bank

Everest Bank Limited (EBL) started its operation in 1994 with a view and objectives of extending professionalized and efficient banking services to various segments of the society. The bank is providing customer friendly services through a network of 27 branches across the nation.
The bank has been conferred with “Bank of the Year 2006, Nepal” by the banker, a publication of financial times, London. The bank was bestowed with the “NICCI Excellence award” by Nepal India chamber of commerce for its spectacular performance under finance sector.
The main branch of the bank is situated in Baneshwor in Kathmandu. Furthermore the bank has branches in Teku, Pulchowk, Balaju, Lazimpat, Itahari, Biratnagar, Pokhara, Janakpur, Birgunj amongst several other places/cities.

Evolve & position the bank as a progressive, cost effective & customer friendly institution providing comprehensive financial and related services; Integrating frontiers of technology & servicing various segments of society; Committed to excellence in serving the public & also excelling in corporate values.

Provide excellent professional services & improve its position as a leader in the field of financial related services; Build & maintain a team motivated & committed workforce with high work ethos; Use latest technology aided at customer satisfaction & act as an effective catalyst for socio-economic developments.


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News about the Everest Bank
Dec 29, 2015:
Everest Bank Ltd has signed an agreement with Nepal Clearing House Ltdfor Inter Bank Payment System. Read more

Everest Bank has opened its 48th branch with ATM service at Gongabu, Kathmandu. The bank now has 48 branches, two extension counters, 20 revenue collection counters and 62 ATMs.

Everest Bank has opened its 40th and 41st ATMs at Simara Branch in Bara and Saleways Supermarket, Maharajgunj in Kathmandu.

Everest Bank Ltd earned an operating profit of Rs 291.70 million during first quarters of the current fiscal year. The operating profit of the bank up to mid-October rose by 24 % as compared to Rs 234.9 recorded during the same period last fiscal year.

Everest Bank Limited has stated that it earned a net profit of Rs 624 million in 2008/09 fiscal year, which is 38 percent rise over previous year´s profit. The operating profit during the year touched Rs 1.06 billion, compared to Rs 818.2 million of the previous year. Its deposits increased by 39 percent and loans grew by 30 percent during the period.

To facilitate trade finance and remittance transfer between Nepal and China, Everest Bank has tied up with Bank of China. Under the arrangement, Nepali traders can open letter of credit as well as transfer and receive money directly from China

Everest Bank Ltd has opened its 32nd branch at Lagankhel on Thursday. Kush Kumar Joshi, president of the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry, inaugurated the branch

As part of its initiative to extend modern banking facilities to the people living in remote villages, Everest Bank Limited (EBL) has launched Ghar Dailo Banking Sewa -- a mobile banking service -- in Bhaktapur. The service launched on Wednesday is being offered in five VDCs including Nagarkot, Gundu.


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