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Prime Commercial Bank Limited

Prime Commercial Bank has been established by prominent business personnel and professionals from diversified areas with a prime objective of providing 'Banking Services to Everyone' in the country where still large number of population are deprived of Banking Services. The bank will endeavor to establish itself as technology savvy and customer friendly and try to maintain good relationship with its customers.



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News about the Prime Commercial Bank

Prime Commercial Bank opened its new branch in Nawalparasi. The new branch was inaugurated by Narayan Das Manandhar, CEO of the bank. The bank aims to expand its network further and provide better and efficient banking services to its customers in the days to come

As many as 74,858 applicants for ordinary shares of Prime Bank have been allotted shares. Three million units of shares went on sale from May 24-27 which attracted 335,448 applicants including the bank's 155 employees. The per share value of the ordinary shares stands at Rs. 100

Prime Commercial Bank has received applications worth over Rs 7 billion for its primary issue that closed today. “Our collection exceeded our expectations of Rs 4 million and crossed Rs 7 billion,” said Narayan Das Manandhar, chief executive officer of Prime Commercial Bank.

November 2008

Prime Bank has opened new branches in Pokhara, Dharan and Bharatpur. It has also introduced 'Prime Gold Certificate'. City specific names have been designed for the accounts which offer all standard services of the banks

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